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Turkey and Russia on the Rise

Turkey and Russia on the Rise

March 17, 2009
By Reva Bhalla, Lauren Goodrich and Peter Zeihan

Russian President Dmitri Medvedev reportedly will travel to Turkey in the near future to follow up a recent four-day visit by his Turkish counterpart, Abdullah Gul, to Moscow. The Turks and the Russians certainly have ...

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Defiant Wilders

February 26, 2009
By Jacob Laksin

NEW YORK - It's been a tough few weeks for Geert Wilders. First, an Amsterdam appeals court announcedin late January that it was going to bring the blunt-speaking Dutch parliamentarian to trial for offending Muslims with his anti-Islam ...

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A Chamberlain Moment

February 13, 2009
By Stephen Brown

It was a watershed moment of capitulation.

On Thursday, February 12, visiting Dutch politician Geert Wilders was humiliatingly bundled back on to a plane to his native Holland shortly after arriving in London. Wilders had been invited to ...

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Obama's Lethal Olive Branch

February 3, 2009
Jeffrey T. Kuhner
Washington Times

President Barack Obama has disgraced himself and the United States. His first formal television interview as commander in chief was not with CNN, MSNBC, ABC or Fox News - American media outlets. Instead, it was with Al Arabiya, ...

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The Russian Gas Trap

The Russian Gas Trap
January 13, 2009
By Peter Zeihan
At the time of this writing, the natural gas crisis in Europe is entering its 13th day.  While the topic has only penetrated the Western mind as an issue in recent years, Russia and Ukraine have been spatting about the details of natural gas ...

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Mumbai, Corporate Security and Indo-Pakistani Conflict

Mumbai, Corporate Security and Indo-Pakistani Conflict

December 24, 2008
by Fred Burton
The Trident-Oberoi and Taj Mahal hotels in Mumbai reopened Dec. 21, less than one month after the Nov. 26 Mumbai attack that left more than 170 people dead. During that crisis, hotel guests and visitors became trapped after coming under attack from ...

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European Court Rejects EU Council and France Labels Against PMOI

December 19, 2008

In its fourth ruling, European court rejects request by EU Council and France to delay annulment of terror label against PMOI

Maryam Rajavi: This puts an end to shameful deals with the mullahs; EU Council has no alternative but to comply with the court ruling which annulled ...

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Next Steps in the Indo-Pakistani Crisis

Next Steps in the Indo-Pakistani Crisis

December 8, 2008
By George Friedman

In an interview published this Sunday in The New York Times, we laid out a potential scenario for the current Indo-Pakistani crisis. We began with an Indian strike on Pakistan, precipitating a withdrawal of Pakistani troops from the Afghan ...

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Russian Company Supporting AqsaTube

Russian Company Supporting AqsaTube
October 22, 2008
Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center
The Internet and terrorism: a week after AqsaTube was removed from the Internet, it returned in a similar format and with support from a Russian company. 1  The renovated homepage of AqsaTube.

To the left of the logo are ...

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