Joshua Muravchik

Johns Hopkins University

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Fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute of Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies and adjunct professor at the DC-based Institute of World Politics; and author of The Future of the United Nations: Understanding the Past to Chart a Way Forward; former resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute

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The latest  Global Trends report  by the UN's High Commissioner for Refugees contains shocking figures.

Wars, Natural Disasters and a Refugee Generation

The latest Global Trends report by the UN's High Commissioner for Refugees contains shocking figures.

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President Bush told NPR yesterday  he has no intention of attacking Iran.

The Growing Standoff between the US and Iran over Iraq

President Bush told NPR yesterday he has no intention of attacking Iran.

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President Bush said flatly yesterday there's  no intention to "invade" Iran , but there's no doubt that the US is becoming more confrontational.  Nuclear development isn't the only…

Is It 'War by Other Means' against Iran?

President Bush said flatly yesterday there's no intention to "invade" Iran , but there's no doubt that the US is becoming more confrontational.  Nuclear development isn't the only…

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