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Archive of My Clips on LIGNET 11/1-11/30/13

In Foreign Affairs on November 30, 2013 at 4:23 pm

These are an assortment of the clips I have written while working for Newsmax’s new site, Langley Intelligence Group Network (LIGNET) from November 1 – November 30. These articles were published on their site following review by their Analysis Team. Shorter pieces (‘Today’s Briefs,’ which were formerly known as ‘Inbriefs’) do not require any sign up, however longer articles (‘Analysis’) do require a subscription to the site.

Nov 30 – Israel Quietly Defies Stereotypes By Aiding Syrian Refugees

Nov 30 – Italy: Berlusconi and Allies Quit Ruling Coalition

Nov 30 – Angola: Regime Cracks Down on Muslims Despite Official Denial

Nov 30 – Latvia: Prime Minister Resigns Over Supermarket Tragedy

Nov 30 – Ivory Coast and Ghana to Peacefully Settle Maritime Border

Nov 27 – Europe Pins Hopes for Growth on Vibrant Tech Sector

Nov 27 – Mongolian Missteps Scare Investors, Imperil Resource Boom

Nov 27 – Azerbaijan Deepens Suspicions of Iran

Nov 27 – Taiwanese President Stalls Political Talks With China

Nov 27 – Nepal Eyes Freedom After Half-Decade of Communist Rule

Nov 25 – Feuding Factions Threaten to Push Yemen off Path to Peace

Nov 23 – Mozambique: Status Quo Upheld in Local Elections

Nov 23 – Chad: Authoritarian President Names Economist as New Prime Minister

Nov 22 – Somalia: Al Shabaab Strikes Police Station

Nov 21 – Afghanistan: Booming Opium Harvest Strengthens Taliban

Nov 21 – Armenia and Azerbaijan to Discuss Disputed Nagorno-Karabakh

Nov 20 – US Blacklisting Will Help in the Fight Against Boko Haram

Nov 20 – Boeing Wins Big Contracts at Dubai Air Show

Nov 20 – Ecuador Court Halves Fines for Chevron, but Stalemate Continues,-but-Stalem

Nov 20 – South Korea Skirts Prohibition Against Investing in North via Russian Deal

Nov 19 – Tax Havens Flourishing Despite InternationaL Crackdown

Nov 18 – As Conflicts Rage, Kurdish Calm Presages Possible Statehood

Nov 15 – Global Drug Gangs Go High-Tech, Increase Ties to Terrorism,-Increase-Ties-to-T

Nov 15 – China/Philippines: Beijing Boosts Disaster Aid Following Criticism

Nov 15 – French and Dutch Euroskeptics Unite Ahead of Elections

Nov 15 – Liberia: Authorities Score Massive Drug Bust

Nov 13 – Human Rights Flap Threatens Future of Commonwealth

Nov 13 – Bulgaria: Anti-Government Protests Regain Momentum

Nov 13 – Colombia: Government Heightens Security After Uncovering FARC Plot

Nov 13 – Somalia: Infighting Could Paralyze Government

Nov 13 – Algeria/Morocco: Tit-For-Tat Dispute Over Western Sahara Heightens Tensions

Nov 12 – Nicaragua Veers Hard Left With Ortega’s Power Play

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Nov 12 – European Jews Worried By Resurgent Anti-Semitism

Nov 12 – U.S. Charges Suriname President’s Son With Aiding Terrorist Group Hezbollah–Charges-Suriname-President-s-Son-With-Aiding-

Nov 8 – Tajik Election Win Gives Strongman Ruler Brief Respite

Nov 8 – Falkland Islands Elects New Government Amid Argentine Threats

Nov 8 – Israel: Acquitted Former Foreign Minister to Rejoin Government

Nov 8 – Switzerland Retains Top Slot in Financial Secrecy Index

Nov 6 – France: New Centrist Coalition Vows to Upend Status Quo

Nov 6 – North Korea: Military Allegedly Using Russian Tech to Develop EMP Weapon

Nov 6 – Ukraine: Chevron Inks Massive Shale Gas Deal

Nov 5 – Turkey: Marginalized Minority Demonstrate for Equal Rights

Nov 5 – Libya: Eastern Separatists Unilaterally Form Regional Government

Nov 5 – Italy: Voters Signal Support for Berlusconi’s Eldest Daughter

Nov 4 – Czech Politics Paralyzed as Once-Bright Economy Withers

Nov 1 – Russia Sees Georgia Election as Chance to Halt Westward Drift

Nov 1 – UK: Authorities Thwart Several Bombing Attempts in Northern Ireland

Nov 1 – Fugitive Anti-Whaling Activist Temporarily Suspends Life on High Seas

Nov 1 – Finland: Government Victimized By Massive Cyber Attack


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