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Eurokonferenz II: The Euro Before the Crash

Eurokonferenz II: The Euro Before the Crash

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German Referendum to Leave the Euro

Organized by the German Compact-Magazin, EuroKonferenz IIwas held in the Berlin suburb Adlershof on February 18th 2012. A series of speakers lectured on the weakness of the euro system, the dismantling of democracy taking place through the European ...

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Next Steps for U.S. in Syria Crisis

Next Steps for U.S. in Syria Crisis

Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime, which has made war on its own citizens, has lost whatever legitimacy it once had. The United States correctly has called for Assad to step down from power. His regime has supported numerous Palestinian, Lebanese, Iraqi, and Kurdish terrorist groups in attacks ...

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Jihadist Opportunities in Syria

Jihadist Opportunities in Syria

In an eight-minute video clip titled "Onward, Lions of Syria" disseminated on the Internet Feb. 12, al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri expressed al Qaeda's support for the popular unrest in Syria. In it, al-Zawahiri urged Muslims in Turkey, Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan to aid the Syrian rebels battling ...

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Shariah's Police: Global Governance

Shariah's Police: Global Governance

Over the weekend, a drama with potentially horrific consequences for freedom-loving Americans played out half-a-world away.  

A Saudi newspaper columnist named Hamza Kashgari was detained in Malaysia, reportedly on the basis of an alert by the International Criminal Police Organization, better ...

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Afghanistan: Moving Toward a Distant Endgame

Afghanistan: Moving Toward a Distant Endgame

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta suggested last week that the United States could wrap up combat operations in Afghanistan by the end of 2013, well before the longstanding 2014 deadline when full control is to be ceded to Kabul. Troops would remain in Afghanistan until 2014, as agreed upon at ...

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Italy's Mosque Wars

The southern Italian island of Sicily is about to become the proud new owner of a multi-million euro mega-mosque.  

The mosque, to be built in the medieval town of Salemi in southwestern Sicily, is being paid for by the oil-rich Persian Gulf Emirate of Qatar. Supporters of the mosque hope ...

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Egypt Election Victory for Muslim Brotherhood and Salafis

Egypt Election Victory for Muslim Brotherhood and Salafis

People's Assembly Elections in Egypt Yield Victory for Muslim Brotherhood, Salafis; Downfall for Liberals, Left, and Revolutionary Youth 

Egypt's recent elections for the People's Assembly, the first free elections held in the country since the January 25, 2011 revolution, yielded a clear ...

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Iran Steps up its Game

Iran Steps up its Game

According to sources within Iran, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei has issued a new directive to further protect the regime. There are several sections to the directive, one is to confront the opposition inside and outside of Iran and another includes engaging the International Atomic Energy ...

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Cyprus: The Last Round

Cyprus: The Last Round

Sooner or later, everybody who has worked with the Cyprus question becomes tired of it. 

US President Lyndon Johnson, in his letter to Turkish premier Ismet Inönü in June 1964, called it “one of the most complex problems on earth” and UN Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim said that Cyprus was ...

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