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Nicaragua: The Inherent Dangers of Being a Militant Mecca

Nicaragua: The Inherent Dangers of Being a Militant Mecca

June 25, 2008
By Fred Burton and Scott Stewart
 Stratfor's Terrorism Intelligence Report on Nicaragua, Columbia and the Militant FARC Elements

Diplomatic relations between Colombia and Nicaragua are once again in the news, with the two countries trading broadsides over the Nicaraguan ...

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Japan's Gulf Policy And Response To The Iraq War

Japan's Gulf Policy And Response To The Iraq War

June 24, 2008
Shirzad Azad*
MERIA
This article suggests that Japan's staunch support for the United States over the course of the Iraq War was substantially influenced by its foreign policy toward the Persian Gulf region in general and Saddam's Iraq in particular after the 1990-1991 crisis, as well ...

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Hamas Upgrades Website to Incite Hatred and Promote Terrorism

June 24, 2008
IICC
Terrorism and Internet: Hamas has recently upgraded the website of the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, its military-terrorist wing. Upgrading the website, which incites to hatred and anti-Israeli terrorism, reflects the importance Hamas places on its website network as a central ...

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Analysis: Hizbullah Won't Stop at Shaba

June 22, 2008
Jonathan Spyer
The Jerusalem Post
 
Israel's announcement of a willingness for peace talks with Lebanon is one of the early fruits of US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's recent visit to the region and her unexpected visit to Lebanon. French President Nicolas Sarkozy's recent ...

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IAEA Chief: Iran Can Produce Enough Enriched Uranium for a Nuclear Bomb in Six Months to a Year

June 23, 2008
Memri Dispatch 1967
IAEA Chief ElBaradei: Iran Can Produce Enough Enriched Uranium for a Nuclear Bomb in Six Months to a Year
 The following are excerpts from an interview with IAEA director-general Mohamed ElBaradei. The interview aired on Al-Arabiya TV on June 20, 2008. (To view ...

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Sunni Insurgent Groups in Iraq

Sunni Insurgent Groups in Iraq
June 19, 2008
NEFA
NEFA Exclusive Interviews with  Sunni Insurgent Groups in Iraq

The NEFA Foundation has released English transcripts of two exclusive interviews recently conducted by NEFA Senior Investigator Evan Kohlmann with “Hamas al-Iraq” and the “Al-Rashideen Army”—arguably two of the ...

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Iran Supplying Taliban Revealed Today

Iran Supplying Taliban Revealed Today

June 22, 2008
Dani Reshef

British Special Forces operating on the border between Afghanistan and Iran have uncovered fresh evidence that Tehran is actively backing insurgents fighting UK troops.
 
Documented proof that Iran is supplying the Taliban with devastating roadside bomb-making ...

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Afghan Student Sentenced to Death for Ciriticizing Islam

June 20, 2008
Afghanistan: Commission calls on U.S. Government to Insist that Spurious Blasphemy Charges Be Dropped
Right Side News

WASHINGTON—The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom calls on the U.S. government and its allies to seize every opportunity to press the ...

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Arbitration on the Syrian Border

June 19, 2008
INSS Policy Brief No. 13
Benn, Aluf

One question that has long plagued Israel-Syria negotiations is the route of the future border between the two countries. While in meters the gap between the positions of the two sides is narrow, it has held great symbolic and political ...

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