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The Turkish Role in Negotiations with Iran

The Turkish Role in Negotiations with Iran

The P-5+1 talks with Iran will resume Jan. 21-22. For those not tuned into the obscure jargon of the diplomatic world, these are the talks between the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council (the United ...

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Egypt and the Destruction of Churches: Strategic Implications

Egypt and the Destruction of Churches: Strategic Implications

Over the past few days, Christian churches have been attackedin at least two countries — Nigeria and Egypt — while small packages containing improvised explosive devices were placed on the doorsteps of Christian ...

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Opening the Floodgates

Opening the Floodgates

A reader in the Czech Republic wrote this morning and asked whether today is the day the EU’s new relaxed visa policies come into effect. He was quite right: as of January 1, 2011, citizens of Bosnia and Albania will no longer need visas to enter the Schengen Area.

The same privileges were ...

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Making Sense of the START Debate

Making Sense of the START Debate'

Last week, the U.S. Senate gave its advice and consent to the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty(New START), which had been signed in April. The Russian legislature still has to provide final approval of the treaty, but it is likely to do so, and therefore a New START is set to go into force. ...

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Spotlight on Iran Update, December 27,2010

Spotlight on Iran Update, December  27,2010

News on Iran for the week of December 16-23, 2010.

Hightlights of the Week

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Hizbullah's Throne of Bayonets

Hizbullah's Throne of Bayonets

It is obvious that given the true balance of power in Lebanon, the special tribunal investigating the murder of former prime minister Rafik Hariri is largely a virtual exercise. As Michael Young pointed out in a column in the Beirut Daily Star this week, tribunal prosecutor Daniel Bellemare is ...

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Europe: The New Plan

Europe: The New Plan

Europe is on the cusp of change. An EU heads-of-state summit Dec. 16 launched a process aimed to save the common European currency. If successful, this process would be the most significant step toward creating a singular European power since the creation of the European Union itself in 1992— that ...

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Latin America Picks Palestine

Latin America Picks Palestine

Over the last two weeks, emerging global powers Brazil and Argentina have both given diplomatic recognition to the state of Palestine, existing within the 1967 borders and with a capital city in Jerusalem. This understandably annoyed [1]the Israelis, who have been struggling to reach a peace ...

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From Union to Occupation: Armenian Genocide Resolution H. Res. 252

The Armenian Genocide Resolution and the Threat of Turkey

Breaking News : (New York) Cypriot Americans Call for Full U.S. House Vote to Immediately Pass the Armenian Genocide Resolution, H. Res. 252

The Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA) spokesman Nikolaos Taneris issued the following ...

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