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  • How U.S. Failure in Afghanistan Validates the Koran’s Jihadist Teachings

    While it should be a no-brainer that the Taliban’s victory in Afghanistan has emboldened like-minded (read: “radical”) Muslims to no end, few in the West appreciate how this episode—especially America
  • How Qatar’s role in Afghanistan helped to restore U.S. relations

    "They saved our butts," said former Rep. Scott Taylor, R-Va., a former Navy SEAL who has been helping to organize evacuee flights.

    NBC News
  • If It Came Down to a War, Iran’s Navy Would Be Crushed by the U.S. Navy

    David Axe Iran, Middle East Iran’s fleet has a long history of waging losing fights with the United States and other Western powers. Here's What You Need to Remember: “Small,” “lightly-armed” and “likely obsolete” describes the entire Iranian navy. They don't stand a chance. The Iranian navy is about to get a little bit bigger. But it’s still hopelessly outclassed by rival fleets. The naval imbalance could weigh on diplomatic and military strategies in Tehran, Washington, D.C. and other world...

    The National Interest