Posts Tagged “Op-Ed”

UAE-Israel normalization is not a breakthrough in peace making

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UAE-Israel normalization is not a breakthrough in peace making

UAE-Israel normalization is not a breakthrough in peace making By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz Addressing the normalization of diplomatic relations between the United Arab Emirate and Israel on August 13 as a “Mideast peace breakthrough” is a stark exaggeration. For Palestinians, Western media’s perspective is false and provocative; it feels like the world community denies that…

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Guest Op-Ed: Samaritan Values in understanding the facts in the Israel-Palestine conflict

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Guest Op-Ed: Samaritan Values in understanding the facts in the Israel-Palestine conflict

Guest Op-Ed: Samaritan Values in understanding the facts in the Israel-Palestine conflict By Froy Jimenez  As a World History teacher, one of the major skills I encourage students to develop is a balanced, evidence-based position on complex topics.  Politics in the Middle-East is complicated to say the least.  To be more specific, the topic of…

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A New NAFTA Could Cure Disease

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A New NAFTA Could Cure Disease

A New NAFTA Could Cure Disease By Charles Boustany American, Canadian, and Mexican trade negotiators are in the midst of hashing out a new North American Free Trade Agreement. Several contentious issues remain unresolved. One of the biggest sticking points is the strength of intellectual property protections, such as patents and copyrights. The Canadians and…

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