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Turkey and the New Regional Political Realignment

by Ibrahim Kazerooni and Rob Prince As we write these words, from all appearances, the United States, UK and France, with considerable support from Israel, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, is on the verge of launching a Cruise missile attack against … Continue reading

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Gaza Towards a More Symmetrical Engagement

Gaza Towards a More Symmetrical Engagement On Wednesday November 21, under an Egypt-brokered deal, Palestinians and Israelis agreed to end all hostilities against each other after eight days of relentless Israeli attacks on the coastal enclave. Israel also agreed to … Continue reading

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Syria, the United States, and the Salvador Option: Part One

Every day the news from Syria is more and more somber as the country and the region continue their journey to unknown and more dangerous realms. As Syria appears to heading for “beyond explosion”, for implosion and NATO foreign military … Continue reading

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Initial Call for a Colorado Statewide Peace Conference to Oppose Attacking Iran

Dear Friends The cry for an attack on Iran has reached unprecedented, near-hysterical proportions in certain well known quarters. Like the period before the attack on Iraq, many of the same themes are at play with many of the same … Continue reading

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The Israeli Pickle: Iran

A media leak oddly revealed few days ago a conversation between Obama and French President Nicolas Sarkozy in which the latter tells the former that he, Sarkozy is `fed up’ with Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu  and `considers him a … Continue reading

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Kaddish for Oslo, Part 2: The Palmer Report

By Ibrahim Kazerooni and Rob Prince, October 5, 2011 The Mavi Marmara. Israel‘s Black September In a gesture that could only chill Turkish-Israeli relations that much further, Turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, recently  stated that Turkey’s naval forces would … Continue reading

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Kaddish for Oslo  (Part 1) By Ibrahim Kazerooni and Rob Prince, September 28, 2011                     Although not quite over, September 2011 is one that Israelis are likely not soon to forget. … Continue reading

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