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Turkey and the New Middle East Regional Political Realignment

      by Ibrahim Kazerooni and Rob Prince The news broke not long ago that Turkey, a longtime, staunch NATO member just broke an unwritten rule of that global military alliance: it has announced it is considering a major $3.2 … Continue reading

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No To U.S. Led Attack On Syria…Obama Playing With Fire – Part 2

  While the US, UK and France (the new and the old colonial powers) debate their response to the suspected chemical weapons use in Syria, the Syrian government continues to deny the allegations. Since last Saturday we have witnessed a … Continue reading

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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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Egypt: The People Rise Up; The Deck Is Reshuffled – Part Three

tags: Hamid bin Khalifa Al Thani, Mohamed Morsi, Moslem Brotherhoods, Saudi Arabia, Tamin bin Hamid Al Thani Egypt Rising In Revolt – 1919 – against British Colonial Occupation ______________________ Part One of the Series Part Two of the Series ______________________ The situation unfolding in Egypt … Continue reading

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Egypt: The People Rise Up: The Deck Is Reshuffled; Part Two

tags: Hamas, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Mohammed Morsi, Muslim Brotherhood   Part One of the Series by Ibrahim Kazerooni and Rob Prince While  media in the United States has focused on the Egyptian uprising that triggered a military-led coup in which the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) led … Continue reading

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Egypt: The People Rise Up; The Deck Is Reshuffled: Part One

`Do you hear the people sing, singing a song of angry men, it is the music of a people who will not be slaves again’. Les Mis… The Suez Canal – still one of the world’s greatest strategic choke points … 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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