Posts Tagged “Russia”

Fissured world politics doesn’t need leaked pipes

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Fissured world politics doesn’t need leaked pipes

Fissured World Politics Doesn’t Need Leaked Pipes. WikiLeaks introduces an effective actor in conflictual media-politics relations, it has become an actor in the sense that it has provided information to the public about their politicians’ intentions and actions. By Abdennour Toumi Although bizarre, does one remember how the global community welcomed the new Millennium? With a…

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Syria’s future will profoundly impact the region

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Syria’s future will profoundly impact the region

The atrocities perpetrated by all sides of the civil war in Syria have reached the level of genocide. Half the population of 23 million people has been displaced. 300,000 have died. Over two million injured? The country is in ruins. National unity is severely eroded. By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz The atrocities perpetrated by all sides…

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US promises more aid for Syrian refugees

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US promises more aid for Syrian refugees

President Barack Obama promised more financial support to help ease the burden and the suffering of the refugees fleeing the violence by the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and the by Russian soldiers in a meeting Wednesday with King Abdullah II of Jordan. By Ray Hanania President Barack Obama promised more financial support to help ease the…

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Restructuring rather than dividing Syria

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Restructuring rather than dividing Syria

Restructuring rather than dividing Syria By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz Syrians are no longer in charge of their future; outsiders seem to be. The threat to divide Syria, as a solution, is tempting but fatal. Syria ought to be restructured and “reinvented” to allow healing and gradual reunification. Who is involved in Syria? The Web of…

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Iran within regional context

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Iran within regional context

It’s wrong to target Iran as an individual, isolated issue. Iran must be addressed int he context of a broader, regional policy By Ghassan Michel Rubeiz US policy on Iran should be integrated with policies on other vital issues. Considering the growing threat of ISIS, the worsening tragedies in Syria, Yemen, Iraq and Libya, the…

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Turkish-Russian tension set to spill onto European pitches

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Turkish-Russian tension set to spill onto European pitches

The escalating Turkish-Russian crisis following Turkey’s downing in November of a Russian war plane promises to spill onto European soccer pitches with FC Lokomotiv Moscow set to play Fenerbahce SK, notorious for its fiery fan base, in a Europa League match.

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