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Pipeline politics in Syria

A gas pumping station in Georgia near the Turkish border. The author argues that the tensions surrounding the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline shed light on the Syrian conflict. (Photo: Robert Thomson)

You can’t understand the conflict without talking about natural gas

By Maj. Rob Taylor

Much of the media coverage suggests that the conflict in Syria is a civil war, in which the …

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Back to ‘Back to Reality’ | Redefining just war | Turkey’s Chinese defenses

Proceedings has a thoughtful response to “Back to Reality: Why Land Power Trumps in the National Rebalance Toward Asia” (AFJ, May 2013).

At the new Just Security site, David Luban argues that …

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