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Even in 2009 when he publically endorsed the establishment of a Palestinian state, he never refuted the claims of his closest associates that he was deceiving the Americans.
by George Browning - 27/03/2015 - 2 comments
Do President Obama and his Press Secretary – Josh Earnest – agree with the above definitions when they utter these commonly used terms almost daily?
by David Singer - 27/03/2015
In a reversal of previous relations, the Sahelian states, such as Chad and Niger, see Libya as a problem they need to try to fix.
by Philip Eliason - 24/03/2015 - 4 comments
The largely silent Swedish Prosecution Authority has been overwhelmed with a barrage of criticism from Team Assange despite Sweden winning seven court hearings to maintain the integrity of their European Arrest Warrant.
But just when it seemed that the Zionist camp would replace the nationalist camp, the crafty Netanyahu began pulling rabbits out of his hat.
by Neve Gordon - 20/03/2015 - 14 comments
With 14% of the voters still undecided they could re-elect Netanyahu again, figuring out that improvements in economic and social justice conditions aren't worth a shekel if you are not alive to enjoy their undeniable benefits.
by David Singer - 18/03/2015 - 8 comments
Since the independence of the United States, an unwavering principle that has been established in the legal structure of the country is that the president alone represents the United States in foreign relations.
by Ali Omidi - 18/03/2015 - 3 comments
Iran's goons in Gaza, its lackeys in Lebanon, its revolutionary guards on the Golan Heights are clutching Israel with three tentacles of terror.
by David Singer - 11/03/2015 - 28 comments
Together Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines could exert enough influence on China to secure rational development of the Souith China Sea.
by Stewart Taggart - 9/03/2015 - 3 comments
The notion that President Obama will settle on a bad deal only to score a major foreign policy success is obscene.
by Alon Ben-Meir - 9/03/2015 - 7 comments
Many not caught up in the cult of Obamania and who read history can see parallels between Obama and Chamberlain and between Iran and Nazi Germany.
Their man in Moscow used to be Boris Yeltsin, a drunk, who handed his country's economy to the West. His successor, Putin, has re-established Russia as a sovereign nation.
by John Pilger - 4/03/2015 - 11 comments

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