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U.S.-Pakistani Relations Beyond Bin Laden

U.S.-Pakistani Relations Beyond Bin Laden

The past week has been filled with announcements and speculations on how Osama bin Laden was killedand on Washington’s source of intelligence. After any operation of this sort, the world is filled with speculation on sources and methods by people who ...

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Islamabad Has Egg on Its Face

Islamabad Has Egg on Its Face

Pakistani Editor on Bin Laden's Killing: 'Now, With Irrefutable Evidence of His Death Taking Place in Abbottabad, Islamabad Has Egg on Its Face'

In an article on the killing of Osama bin Laden by U.S. forces in the Pakistani town of Abbottabad, senior Pakistani editor Badar Alam notes that ...

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Spotlight on Iran Update, April 14 - 21, 2011

Spotlight on Iran Update, April 14 - 21, 2011

News from Iran: Highlights of the week

  • Discussion on “salvation portents” continues: the miracle of the Supreme Leader’s birth
  • Political and media storm over conflicting reports on intelligence minister’s sacking
  • From recruitment of suicide bombers to increased online presence: radical ...

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Libya, Syria and Obama’s Double Standards

Syria is an avowed enemy of the West, a strong candidate for membership in the Axis of Evil. Closely aligned with Iran, it is inherently hostile to Israeli and American interests, funds terror and is now slaughtering its own civilians. And yet, in the Obama White House, the ongoing chaos in Syria ...

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Obama’s Syria Confusion

Syrian President Bashar Assad upped the stakes in the bid to save his regime on Monday when he launched an attackon the city of Daraa involving hundreds of troops, backed by tanks and snipers, to crush the anti-government uprising, killing at least 11 people. These latest casualties increased ...

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Iraq, Iran and the Next Move

Iraq, Iran and the Next Move

The United States told the Iraqi government last week that if it wants U.S. troops to remain in Iraq beyond the deadline of Dec. 31, 2011, as stipulated by the current Status ...

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Yemen Falling

potential agreementbrokered by the Gulf Cooperation Council between Yemen’s embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh and his opponents was rejected on Sunday pending substantial alterations to the pact. Now, with chances for a peaceful resolution to the crisis fading, fears are growing in ...

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The Big Historic Event Today: Syria's Biggest Crisis in 40 Years

The Big Historic Event Today: Syria's Biggest Crisis in 40 Years

Today Syria has entered its biggest internal crisis since 1970. The regime has come out to crush the insurrection. Either it will succeed by killing many people or the insurrection will build into a real potential revolution.

And the Western states are doing...precisely zero.

One Syrian expert friend ...

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Reconsidering the Brotherhood's Inevitability

Reconsidering the Brotherhood's Inevitability

He joined in the demonstrations in Cairo's Tahrir Square, enduring a beating from Hosni Mubarak's forces while trying to topple a dictator. Mahmoud Salem'shopes for Egypt's future have everything to do with pluralism and economic growth and nothing to do with empowering Islamists like the Muslim ...

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