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Spotlight on Iran (June 13 – 28, 2015)

Spotlight on Iran (June 13 – 28, 2015)

Spotlight on Iran is a new, bimonthly Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center bulletin intended to shed light on Iran's activities to establish its influence in the Middle East and beyond. It is based on reports in the Iranian media.

Exporting the Islamic Revolution was one of the Iranian ...

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12 Signs That The United States And China Are Moving Toward War

12 Signs That The United States And China Are Moving Toward War

If the United States and China are supposed to be such “great friends”, why are both sides acting as if war is in our future?  Thanks to events in the South China Sea and the blatant theft of the personal information of millions of U.S. government workers, tensions between the United States ...

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Invasion Of Europe Continues Unabated as Thousands Come Through Western Balkans

Invasion Of Europe Continues Unabated as Thousands Come Through Western Balkans

There is a lot happening in the ‘Invasion of Europe’ and really too much to post it all here, but this morning here (below) are several stories making the news.  Western Balkans.


 https://www.wiltonpark.org.uk/conference/wp1217/western-balkans/

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A Net Assessment of the Middle East

A Net Assessment of the Middle East

The term "Middle East" has become enormously elastic. The name originated with the British Foreign Office in the 19th century. The British divided the region into the Near East, the area closest to the United Kingdom and most of North Africa; the Far East, which was east of British India; and the ...

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New Evidence of Iran’s Presence in Latin America

New Evidence of Iran’s Presence in Latin America

“Is the United States falling into a trap between the need to secure a nuclear deal with Iran and its own aspiration to be accepted by a handful of Latin American leaders whose contempt for the U.S. is part of its identity and ideology regardless of U.S. behavior”?

A new book written by Emilio ...

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World War II and the Origins of American Unease

World War II and the Origins of American Unease

We are at the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. That victory did not usher in an era of universal peace. Rather, it introduced a new constellation of powers and a complex balance among them. Europe's great powers and empires declined, and the United States and the Soviet Union ...

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As Saudi-Turkish-Qatari Relations Improve, Possibility Of 'Decisive Storm'-Type Operation In Syria Emerges

As Saudi-Turkish-Qatari Relations Improve, Possibility Of 'Decisive Storm'-Type Operation In Syria Emerges

Operation "Decisive Storm" in Yemen, and the reports of warming Saudi-Turkish relations that preceded it, sparked hopes among opponents of the Assad regime in Syria that a similar operation could be carried out in that country. These hopes were in line with reports in Western and Arab media about ...

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Coming to Terms With the American Empire

Coming to Terms With the American Empire

"Empire" is a dirty word. Considering the behavior of many empires, that is not unreasonable. But empire is also simply a description of a condition, many times unplanned and rarely intended. It is a condition that arises from a massive imbalance of power. Indeed, the empires created on purpose, ...

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The Middle Eastern Balance of Power Matures

The Middle Eastern Balance of Power Matures

Last week, a coalition of predominantly Sunni Arab countries, primarily from the Arabian Peninsula and organized by Saudi Arabia, launched airstrikes in Yemen that have continued into this week. The airstrikes target Yemeni al-Houthis, a Shiite sect supported by Iran, and their Sunni partners, ...

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