Georgia: The Switzerland of the Caucasus?

Times may change but some things never do. Whenever a government of a small country has been in power too…

Ahmad Chalabi: The Return Of The “Bad Penny”

An English expression refers to a "bad penny" as someone who keeps turning up and causing trouble no matter how…

Barack and Shinzo Go To War

On July 1st, Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe made a decision to allow the use of its armed forces outside…

Netanyahu Launches Attacks on Iran and Hamas

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We have been waiting for the Likuds in Israel to launch their final attempt to torpedo the Iran nuclear accords,…

Organ Harvesting in Ukraine Goes Unreported

Unlike the terrorist offenses in Libya, Syria, and now Iraq, backed by the United States, the UK, the EU, members…

Iraq: Is it a Sunni-Shiite clash or a political conflict?

There are some political scientists and analysts who continue to view the current armed conflict in Iraq as a clash…

Neutralism in modern conditions

Most people tend to take a neutral position in relation to the various parties who are embroiled in a conflict.…

Iraq: American “democracy” and Bedouin democracy

The latest events in Iraq have shined a spotlight on the unseemly role that Washington played when it threw all…

Memo Justifying al Awlaki Assassination Does End-Run Around the US Constitution

In response to a Freedom of Information Request filed by the ACLU, the Department of Justice this week released the…

Terrorism in China: Is the US involved, this time?

The Chinese province of Xinjiang has recently become the site of an episode of violent terrorism. A suicide bombing has…

Turning point in the fight against radical Islam in Iraq

The ISIS group, which has previously seized part of the territory of Iraq and Syria, announced on June 29th the…

The Strange Case of Nouri al-Maliki

While the world’s attention has been fixated on the rapid advance and conquering of territory by ISIS/ISIL in Iraq, a…

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