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Wiki Leaking Should be Plugged

October 27th, 2010, Comment & Analysis

Wikileaks is at it again. Founder Julian Assange has posted more secret documents on his website. This time they are not about operations in Afghanistan, they are about those in Iraq. Assange remains wed to the fact that he is spearheading the fight against “unjustified” government secrecy. The fact is that no one has found unjustified government secrets in these documents, but what can be found are details that put Americans, their allies and both Iraqi and Afghan counterparts in danger.

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Moving to a Stable Iraqi-led Iraq

September 29th, 2010, Comment & Analysis

Most Iraqis fear the rising groups of militias who continue to terrorize communities and prevent progress in governance. These groups, both Shi’te and Sunni, are at the heart of the continued violence across the country. But as Patricia DeGennaro argues, the insurgents will only be defeated if Iraq is first able to achieve a greater degree of political stability.

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Patricia DeGennaro

Senior Fellow, World Policy Institute

July 14th, 2010, Academia, Afghanistan, Albanian, Arabic, Asia, Balkans, Dari, Defense and Security, Development, English, French, Iraq, Italian, New York, North Africa and Middle East, North America, North America, Spanish, Terrorism, Think tank/Research center, USA, War and Conflict

Patricia DeGennaro

Patricia DeGennaro is adjunct Assistant Professor at New York University’s Department of Politics where she teaches a course on international security. She is also a Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute and a subject matter expert on Afghanistan and Iraq for the U.S. Army’s Training and Doctrine Command Center for Intelligence.

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