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"Obama’s Foreign Policy Challenges: The Next 4 Years", our latest documentary podcast explores the foreign policy challenges facing the next Obama administration. From crises in the Middle East, to a rising China, to Europe’s economic woes, learn more this month on Public Radio International’s America Abroad!

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.@AEI’s Reza Jan is on our #Islamism in #Africa show out 12/6 to tlk abt #Libya’s armed groups.

.@AEI’s Reza Jan is on our #Islamism in #Africa show out 12/6 to tlk abt #Libya’s armed groups.

Michael Shurkin sat down w us yest to tlk abt #Islamism #Mali for our nxt show! @RANDCorporation

Michael Shurkin sat down w us yest to tlk abt #Islamism #Mali for our nxt show! @RANDCorporation

Bruce Riedel spoke w us yest abt #islamism in #mali 4 our nxt show! @BrookingsInst @SAISHopkins @BrookingsGlobal

Bruce Riedel spoke w us yest abt #islamism in #mali 4 our nxt show! @BrookingsInst @SAISHopkins @BrookingsGlobal

Wassim Ben Rhouma from AAM’s Tunis office took some remarkable photos last Friday at the attacks on the US embassy in Tunis. Click on the image to view the full gallery. Find out more about our work in Tunisia, here > http://bit.ly/H7Hui0

Wassim Ben Rhouma from AAM’s Tunis office took some remarkable photos last Friday at the attacks on the US embassy in Tunis. Click on the image to view the full gallery.

Find out more about our work in Tunisia, here > http://bit.ly/H7Hui0

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Benghazi tragedy shows Libya’s urgent security challenges | The Globe and Mail
The murder of the U.S. ambassador, and three other Americans, in the Benghazi compound at the hands of a violent mob is a black cloud over the Arab awakening and a tragic reminder of the complex security challenges Libya faces.
It is no surprise that a country which suffered for 42 years under a manipulative dictator is left with a weak state and fractured fiefdoms.
FULL ARTICLE (The Globe and Mail)
Photo: B.R.Q. Network/Flickr

crisisgroup:

Benghazi tragedy shows Libya’s urgent security challenges | The Globe and Mail

The murder of the U.S. ambassador, and three other Americans, in the Benghazi compound at the hands of a violent mob is a black cloud over the Arab awakening and a tragic reminder of the complex security challenges Libya faces.

It is no surprise that a country which suffered for 42 years under a manipulative dictator is left with a weak state and fractured fiefdoms.

FULL ARTICLE (The Globe and Mail)

Photo: B.R.Q. Network/Flickr

AAM Journalism Fellow Lawen Azad’s latest documentary for Inside Kurdistan Extra, "Kurdish Youth and Identity in America" aired last night on Kurdsat.

The full episode is now up in full. It’s definitely worth watching. Let us know what you think!

For more on our Journalism fellowship program and our work with Lawen, visit us here http://bit.ly/RPuZwx

What are the foreign policy issues that will matter in the next four years, and how will the next U.S. president handle them?
From the volatile situation in Syria to the challenges posed by China, host Ray Suarez and our panelists discuss the foreign policy differences and similarities between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
"The Next President: Foreign Policy Challenges" month on Public Radio International’s America Abroad

What are the foreign policy issues that will matter in the next four years, and how will the next U.S. president handle them?

From the volatile situation in Syria to the challenges posed by China, host Ray Suarez and our panelists discuss the foreign policy differences and similarities between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.

"The Next President: Foreign Policy Challenges" month on Public Radio International’s America Abroad

What will a change in Mexico’s government mean for the United States?
Check out our in-depth look at Mexico’s school system, Institutional Revolutionary Party, Fast and Furious fallout and more…
Mexico: Looking Forward on Public Radio International’s America Abroad

What will a change in Mexico’s government mean for the United States?

Check out our in-depth look at Mexico’s school system, Institutional Revolutionary Party, Fast and Furious fallout and more…

Mexico: Looking Forward on Public Radio International’s America Abroad



(Via Express Tribune) “Afghan interior ministry says forces traded artillery fire in Kunar province. PHOTO: ISPR/ FILE KABUL: Authorities in Afghanistan said that one of their border posts came under attack from Pakistan on Tuesday, prompting Afghans to return fire in a clash that lasted for more than two hours.” Read more here: http://bit.ly/N2KnVA