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Tracking Islamic State
As clashes continue between Islamic State (IS) gunmen and Iraqi security forces in Iraq's beleaguered Anbar province, the chairman of Anbar's provincial council Sabah Karhout has called on the United States and its allies to carry out fresh air strikes against the militant group. More
How Russia Is Ruled
By all accounts, 2014 was a momentous year. So what happens now? Listen to a special year-end edition of the Power Vertical Podcast. More
Regional Smoke Detector
In the course of his annual press conference on December 18, Russian President Vladimir Putin made clear his disapproval of the reprisals undertaken against the families of the fighters who attacked Grozny on December 4. More
The folks at StopFake.org are committed to uncovering untrue or misleading information being disseminated by Russian media about the crisis in Ukraine. And now StopFake has published a video that runs down the Top 75 untruths of 2014. More
Odds, Ends, And Autocrats
Russian President Vladimir Putin has regularly used his annual news conference to deploy colorful metaphors and one-liners while projecting an image of wry self-assurance. But this tack took a wrong turn at this year’s event on December 18. More
Lawmakers in Belarus have passed legislation allowing the state to close any Internet news site that receives two warnings about content in a single year. More
Blogging Central Asia
It's true that not many media organizations can report from Turkmenistan on a regular basis. RFE/RL's Turkmen Service, known locally as Azatlyk, does and its correspondents just discovered one of the boundaries in reporting. More
Notes Of An Iran Watcher
Iran's nuclear activities and ambitions faced rare, blunt criticism at a roundtable at Tehran University, where one of the speakers said the damage done by the nuclear program was greater than that by the 1980-88 war with Iraq, which left tens of thousands dead and caused much devastation. More
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