Written by Right Side News
Iranian Community Troubled by the Canadian National Art Center's Actions!
May 30, 2011
Peter Herndorf, CEO and President
The National Art Center
P.O. Box 1534, Stn B
"Note that propaganda is on the top of our agenda. Today's world rotates around propaganda. Note that the highest ...
Written by The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center
Highlights of the week
“It’s all words”—Iranian reactions to President Obama’s speech
“Traditional conservatives” vs. “deviant faction”—campaign against Rahim Masha’i and associates is stepping up
Iran’s media escalate criticism of Azerbaijan
Written by Yoram Schweitzer and Dan Barak, INSS
The killing of Osama Bin Laden by American Navy SEALs forces in Abbottabad, Pakistan in early May represents a new peak in the ongoing tension between the United States and Pakistan regarding the issue of combating terror in general, and in the Federally Administered Tribal Areaswithin ...
Written by Ryan Mauro
Egypt’s top prosecutor has announced that former President Hosni Mubarak will be prosecuted, possibly in a military court,for ordering the killing of protesters and corruption. The ousted leader may face the death penalty. This will be a test of Egypt’s experiment with democracy, as there is a high ...
Written by George Friedman
U.S. President Barack Obama gave a speech last week on the Middle East. Presidents make many speeches. Some are meant to be taken casually, others are made to address an immediate crisis, and still others are intended to be a statement of broad American policy. As in any country, ...
Written by IPT News
In the weeks since U.S. Navy SEALs killed Osama bin Laden in his Abbottabad compound, Pakistani authorities claim they arrested a senior al-Qaida leader and killed five alleged al-Qaida-linked suicide bombers before they carried out an attack. But these claims appear to be inflated, if not false.
Written by Yoel Guzansky
Insight No. 258, May 22, 2011
In May 1981 the leaders of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, the UAE, and Oman approved the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) charter with the objective of increased "coordination, integration and ...
Written by Frederick Kagan, Katherine Zimmerman
Political negotiations in Yemen have reached an impasse. On May 1, President Ali Abdullah Saleh refused to sign a deal aimed at ending the political unrest that has threatened to further destabilize the state. The prospect of regime change or even state collapse in Yemen undermines the entire basis ...
Written by George Friedman
With the Palestinians demonstrating and the International Monetary Fund in turmoil, it would seem odd to focus this week on something called the Visegrad Group. But this is not a frivolous choice. What the Visegrad Group decided to do last week will, I think, resonate for years, long after the ...