The Right Conservative News Site | Right Side News

Switch to desktop Register Login

Geopolitical

Egyptian Presidential Election: Leading Egypt to Democracy or Disaster?

Egyptian Presidential Election: Leading Egypt to Democracy or Disaster?

As reported in the Egyptian press last week, American senator and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, John Kerry, asserted that Egypt’s recent parliamentary elections were conducted honestly and without fraud (masrawy.com, 5/25/12).

Masrawy further recorded that Senator Kerry ...

Read more: Egyptian Presidential Election: Leading Egypt to Democracy or Disaster?

Reads: 1056

End of Counterinsurgency and Scalable Force

End of Counterinsurgency and Scalable Force 

The U.S. military for years has debated the utility of counterinsurgency operations. Drawing from a sentiment that harkens back to the Vietnam War, many within the military have long opposed counterinsurgency operations. Others see counterinsurgency as the unavoidable future of U.S. warfare. ...

Read more: End of Counterinsurgency and Scalable Force

Reads: 915

Iran Gives $25 Million To Afghan MPs To Vote Against Afghan-U.S. Strategic Partnership Pact

Iran Gives $25 Million To Afghan MPs To Vote Against Afghan-U.S. Strategic Partnership Pact

An Afghan website reports that Iran has earmarked $25 million to be given to Afghan lawmakers in exchange for their vote against the Afghan-U.S. Strategic Partnership Agreement, which was signed by U.S. President Barack Obama and his Afghan counterpart Hamid Karzai recently.

The bilateral agreement ...

Read more: Iran Gives $25 Million To Afghan MPs To Vote Against Afghan-U.S. Strategic Partnership Pact

Reads: 935

Spotlight on Iran (Week of May 23-30, 2012)

Spotlight on Iran (Week of May 23-30, 2012)

News Highlights of the Week on Iran
♦ Iran accuses West of responsibility for failure of nuclear talks in Baghdad
♦ Ali Larijani re-elected for Majles speaker
♦ Surprise and criticism in Iran over Ahmed Shafik's qualification for the second round of the Egyptian presidential ...

Read more: Spotlight on Iran (Week of May 23-30, 2012)


Reads: 915

Syria's Role In Lebanon's Conflagration

Syria's Role In Lebanon's Conflagration

Introduction: The violence raging in Syria has begun to spill over into several areas in Lebanon, where riots have recently caused over ten civilian deaths. May 12, 2012 saw the outbreak of violence in Tripoli, near the Lebanon-Syrian border, as intense clashes occurred between Sunni Islamists and ...

Read more: Syria's Role In Lebanon's Conflagration

Reads: 1416

The Egyptian Election and the Arab Spring

The Egyptian Election and the Arab Spring

The Egyptian presidential election was held last week. No candidate received 50 percent of the vote, so a runoff will be held between the two leading candidates, Mohammed Morsi and Ahmed Shafiq. Morsi represented the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party and received 25.3 percent of the ...

Read more: The Egyptian Election and the Arab Spring

Reads: 949

Islamists Face Setback in Egyptian Presidential Election

Islamists Face Setback in Egyptian Presidential Election

Muhammad Mursi (Muslim Brotherhood, 25.3 percent
Ahmad Shafiq (ex-general, ex-prime minister), 24.9 percent
Hamdin Sabbahi (radical left), 21.5 percent
Abdul Moneim Aboul Fotouh (“moderate Islamist) 19 percent
Amr Moussa (radical nationalist) less than 10 percent

While the Brotherhood claims ...

Read more: Islamists Face Setback in Egyptian Presidential Election

Reads: 1056

Muslim Brotherhood Claims Victory in Egypt Presidential Election

Muslim Brotherhood Claims Victory in Egypt Presidential Election

According to the Brotherhood, the almost complete vote counting for president looks like this:

Mohamed Mursi (Brotherhood) 28.4% 
Ahmed Shafiq (Mubarak era general) 24.6% 
Abdul Moeim Abul Fotouh (so-called “moderate Islamist” but supported by radical Islamist Salafists) ·18.1% 
Hamdeen ...

Read more: Muslim Brotherhood Claims Victory in Egypt Presidential Election


Reads: 1093

Australia's Strategy

Australia's Strategy

Australia is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, ranked in the top 10 in gross domestic product per capita. It is one of the most isolated major countries in the world; it occupies an entire united continent, is difficult to invade and rarely is threatened. Normally, we would not ...

Read more: Australia's Strategy

Reads: 1014

You are now being logged in using your Facebook credentials