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January 24, 2015

Middle East and North Africa
The al-Saud Do It Again

In 2001 to 2003, after the 9/11 attacks, more and more analysts predicted the demise of the House of al-Saud. I recall classified intelligence analyses saying this, and a good example of the journali…

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June 27, 2016

United States
CFR Cyber Net Politics Crossing the Rubicon Cyber Conflict After Stuxnet

The Cyber Conflict Studies Association (CCSA) recently published Cyber Conflict After Stuxnet: Essays from the Other Bank of the Rubicon. Stuxnet, of course, was the name given to the malware that wa…

May 5, 2016

Middle East and North Africa
Play RTSAD48_EC.jpg How Arab Youth See the Middle East

Experts discuss public opinion trends among Arab youth, including perceptions of economic opportunities, religion, and the self-proclaimed Islamic State.

May 25, 2016

Conflict Prevention
Podcast Liberian women peace demonstration Preventing Violent Extremism: A Conversation with Amy Pope

Amy Pope, U.S. deputy homeland security advisor and deputy assistant to the president at the White House National Security Council, joined CFR for a discussion on how the networks, talents, and persp…

August 17, 2006

Terrorism and Counterterrorism
Profile: Imad Mugniyah

Examining the life and tactics of Imad Fayez Mugniyah, the Hezbollah military mastermind killed in Damascus on February 13, 2008. Before 9/11, Mugniyah was said to be responsible for the deaths of mo…

February 16, 2005

Saudi Arabia
SAUDI ARABIA: U.S. Relations

This publication is now archived. What is the current state of U.S.-Saudi relations?Very strained. Because of mutual mistrust and suspicion, created by the war on terror and intensified by a recent c…

March 25, 2008

Religion
Religion and the Open Society Symposium: Session One: Religion, Pluralism, and Freedom of Inquiry

Watch experts discuss how religion may have helped or hindered the development of free and open societies.