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RT @robertmcmahon: Ebola, Fear, and Better Communication on.cfr.org/1naLmyU via @CFR_org
The globalized supply chain for medicines has given rise to new problems. Read for a potential solution: on.cfr.org/1rmLbYN
Public education campaigns will be critical to confront the spread of #Ebola in #Africa. @JohnCampbellcfr explains: on.cfr.org/1AyvSNz
Thanks for including @levi_m. RT @iiea: #Climate5 Top 5 global #climate stories [bit.ly/1rjWQaT]
RT @MicahZenko: Profile and career advice for aspiring academics/wonks from the amazing @sekreps. on.cfr.org/1z16n4O
CFR President Emeritus @LesGelb lays out a strategy for #Iraq and #Syria. Read it here in @thedailybeast: on.cfr.org/XAnSO2
RT @ForeignAffairs: The U.S. political institutions are decaying, and their very stability is the root cause: ow.ly/AwPda
MT @MaxBoot: Is Obama going to put campaign rhetoric about "ending" wars over US strategic interests in #Afghanistan? bit.ly/1AxY9E1
CFR's @janinedavidson explains the benefits of a Strategic Airlift Capability program. Read more: on.cfr.org/1AxSu0B
RT @MaxBoot: Beheading James Foley is a sign of #ISIS weakness not strength. My take: bit.ly/1kUExWJ
#Quote: "We have never been prouder of our son Jim." —Diane Foley, mother of U.S. journalist James Foley. pic.twitter.com/0ciWwwpKAR
A video stirs renewed concern over ISIS. Read more in today's Daily News Brief: on.cfr.org/1oZo3HZ
#ThisDayinHistory, 1955: Anti-French riots break out in Algeria and Morocco, resulting in hundreds of deaths.
ISIS jihadist fighters are fueling a massive humanitarian crisis. Watch this #video to learn more: on.cfr.org/1tj22ZW
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MT @LesGelb: US leaders in disarray on Iraq/Syria. Why is it that only the jihadis seem to know what they're doing? thebea.st/1uPsavI
RT @JohnCampbellcfr: Ten Books for Approaching Religious Conflict in Nigeria on.cfr.org/1yVTby0
RT @ForeignAffairs: Mexico's energy reform will revive its lagging oil industry. ow.ly/Au2Iw
MT @CFR_Academic: In this video, @Isobel_Coleman offers 3 things to know about the humanitarian crisis in #Iraq. on.cfr.org/1sSChC5
MT @lawsonremer: Companies can’t use charitable contributions to conceal harm done by operations on.cfr.org/1iN4eFr
In this video, @Isobel_Coleman offers 3 things to know about the ongoing humanitarian crisis in #Iraq. Watch: on.cfr.org/1sSChC5
What will it take for a return to normal #Japan-South Korea relations? Read the latest from @snydersas: on.cfr.org/1sStlwI
Who is an important person in the news this week? Tweet your idea for the audience figure of the week. #TWNW
RT @ForeignAffairs: Iraq's new government will have the same old problems. ow.ly/Au1R2
RT @CFR_GeoGraphics: Bullard has Fed history on his side in rate-hike debate with Yellen on.cfr.org/1n1FwzO / pic.twitter.com/13Tg7ZZPBH
RT @snydersas: My latest blog on Park Geun-hye’s “Correct View of History” With Japan on.cfr.org/1mdD09z via @CFR_org
Amb. Murat Özçelik discusses the two radical sources of instability in the #Mideast. Read more: on.cfr.org/1pFyBRn
RT @ForeignAffairs: U.S.-led sanctions on Russia will hurt U.S. allies in Asia. ow.ly/AtQEV
RT @AyresAlyssa: Modi's 1st Ind. Day speech--the substance of his style [reup] on.cfr.org/1Bv3pcP @CFR_org
RT @MaxBoot: ICYMI Apparent success in retaking Mosul Dam shows what US can do against #ISIS if it steps up its game. bit.ly/1v951ED
The @UN launches an aid operation in Iraq. Read more in today's Daily News Brief: on.cfr.org/1qmnvNF
#Quote of the Day: "Do I want to go to China? Of course, even tomorrow." —Pope Francis pic.twitter.com/LaV9PctGyc
#ThisDayinHIstory, 1934: Adolf Hitler gains absolute executive power as Führer through a plebiscite in Germany.
Cordon Sanitaire: Heartless, but effective, says @Laurie_Garrett: Read why: on.cfr.org/1pAvBpu #Ebola
CFR's @stevenacook explains why Washington can't resolve the Middle East's identity crisis. on.cfr.org/XvzlhP
MT @MaxBoot: Apparent success in retaking Mosul Dam shows what US can do against #ISIS if it steps up its game. bit.ly/1v951ED
RT @JohnCampbellcfr: Nigeria Security Tracker: Weekly Update August 9–August 15 on.cfr.org/1rOEF8A
CFR’s @MarkeyDaniel explains why street protests will work in #Pakistan. Read more on @ForeignPolicy: on.cfr.org/1tghhlF
MT @BennSteil: Bullard Has Fed History on His Side in Rate-Hike Debate with Yellen on.cfr.org/1n1FwzO pic.twitter.com/93Rgtn3r8o
RT @MarkeyDaniel: Why do we keep seeing street protests in Pakistan, what gives them power, and what's the antidote? southasia.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2014/08/…
smallholder farmers can help food security & "play a critical role as environmental and cultural stewards” blogs.cfr.org/development-ch…
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RT @Laurie_Garrett: I did @CharlieRoseShow and his other show, The Week, talking about #Ebola pbs.org/charlierosethe…
RT @CFR_GeoGraphics: Bullard has Fed history on his side in rate-hike debate with Yellen on.cfr.org/1n1FwzO / pic.twitter.com/BWvBbwOV6P
RT @ForeignAffairs: Meet the women of Pakistan's military academy: ow.ly/ArgJ5
RT @Laurie_Garrett: My piece on the use of cordons sanitaires restrictions to control #Ebola: newrepublic.com/article/119085…