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A Paradox of U.S. Middle East Policy: The Friend Who Acts like an Enemy is an Enemy

A Paradox of U.S. Middle East Policy: The Friend Who Acts like an Enemy is an Enemy

The expression, "With friends like you who needs enemies?" is an apt summary of a major problem for U.S. foreign policy during Obama's second term.

Here's the issue: a number of supposed allies of the United States don't act as friends. In fact, they are major headaches, often subverting U.S. goals ...

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Godfrey Bloom on Feminism, Globalism and the Coming Collapse of the European Union

Godfrey Bloom on Feminism, Globalism and the Coming Collapse of the European Union

The Daily Bell is pleased to present this exclusive interview with Godfrey Bloom.

Introduction:
 Godfrey Bloom is a Member of the European Parliament for Yorkshire and the Humber for the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP). He was first elected in 2004, and re-elected in 2009. Before ...

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Syria: Has the Assad Regime Reached the Terminal Phase?

Syria: Has the Assad Regime Reached the Terminal Phase?

Assad Still Controls the Big Cities

Based on events on the ground, one can safely state that the Syrian regime is steadily losing ground to rebel forces, since as much as 60 to 70 percent of the territory has fallen into their hands.

Yet, while rebel forces have seized parts of Aleppo and are ...

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Someone Else Will Pay

Someone Else Will Pay

From 1977 to 1980, BBC One ran "Citizen Smith", a TV comedy about an aspiring young revolutionary who wore a beret and a Che T-Shirt and did his best to create a Communist Britain while heading up the Tooting Popular Front, consisting of six members, by virtue of shouting "Power to the People" and ...

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Hagel, Obama and the Israeli Elections

Hagel, Obama and the Israeli Elections

Today the National Journal reported that Obama is reconsidering his decision to appoint Chuck Hagel Secretary of Defense. As I wrote in my previous post, there is no chance that Obama will appoint a supporter of a strong Israel to any senior foreign policy post because he wouldn't appoint someone ...

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Saudi Columnist: The Time Has Come To Annex Gaza To Egypt

Saudi Columnist: The Time Has Come To Annex Gaza To Egypt

"First, we congratulate the residents of Gaza for their victory, and we thank them for their persistent [stand] against this oppressive, criminal enemy [Israel]. This victory has pleased all Arabs and Muslims. Second, after the changes that occurred in the region, and especially in Egypt, and after ...

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The Real "Obstacle to Peace"

The Real

Why should any country sign an agreement if it will just be invalidated a few years later?

Iran is building nuclear weapons, Syria is slaughtering its citizens, Libya is being taken over by al-Qaeda, Egypt is threatened with another Pharaoh, Turkey is working toward rebuilding the Ottoman Empire, ...

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The New Spanish Inquisition and The Case of Imran Firasat

The New Spanish Inquisition and The Case of Imran Firasat

The Spanish language publication El País reports  (1) that the Spanish Government has effectively threatened to withdraw refugee status from Imran Firasat.  They do this for their own twisted political reasons.

For those who are unfamiliar with his case Imran runs a website called Mundo ...

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Appealing to the European Convention on Human Rights ECHR

Appealing to the European Convention on Human Rights ECHR

Three years ago last Wednesday we posted for the first time about the “hate speech” charge filed against Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff in Austria.

Elisabeth had been active in the anti-sharia movement for a number of years before she was charged; in fact, she had been giving her ...

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