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Al Qaeda Isn’t Dead Yet

The Taliban Takeover of Afghanistan Has Put 9/11’s Planners Back in The Terror Cockpit. By Lynne O’Donnell, a columnist at Foreign Policy and an Australian journalist and author. The United States, under then-President…
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Evaluation of Bashar al-Assad’s Trip to Tehran

By: That's Enough Editorial Team At a time of global developments where most of the focus is on the Russian-Ukrainian conflict in the Balkans, less attention has been paid to Bashar al-Assad's visit to Tehran. A journey that is of great…
Killing Civilians Is a Crime
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From Mosul and Raqqa to Mariupol and Bucha, Killing Civilians Is a Crime

by : Fair Observer , Medea Benjamin with Nicolas J.S. Davies Americans have been shocked by the death and destruction of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, filling our screens with bombed buildings and dead bodies lying in the street. But…
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Still at War: The United States in Syria

by Tess Bridgeman & Brianna Rosen Source: Just Security Since 2014, the United States has conducted periodic airstrikes and maintained hundreds of troops in Syria as part of broader counterterrorism efforts against the self-proclaimed…
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Blame Western Foreign Policy for Refugee Crisis

by Hugo Rios Source: DailyTitan Devastating imagery showing the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine has opened the hearts of many worldwide for the more than 3 million Ukrainians fleeing for their livelihoods.Being embraced by surrounding…
Impact on the Middle East
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The Ukraine Crisis and Its Impact on the Middle East

by : Dr. Mohammad Reza Chitsaz Russia's invasion of Ukraine could have a profound effect on the lives of people around the world. It is one of the most strategic regions of the world which is deeply affected by this crisis is the Middle…
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Wars are only evil when Westerners are victims: Opinion

Reactions to Ukraine crisis have revealed a deep-rooted Western superiority, particularly with regards to the lesser value of non-Western lives and the right to intervene in other countries, Nikkei Asia has reported. In centuries of Western…
East of the Euphrates Oil
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East of the Euphrates’ Oil: Ambiguities and Conflicts

By: Dr. Amir Hamed Azad, Middle East expert Special License (A11)The US Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control launched the sanctions program against the Syrian Government on May 11, 2004, under Executive Order 13338. The…
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A Nonsense Policy Is Needlessly Putting American Troops at Risk in Iraq and Syria

By Geoff LaMear Source: Task & Purpose Two drone attacks targeted U.S. troops in Iraq on Monday and Tuesday, marking the 2-year anniversary of the U.S. assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.…
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Qassem Soleimani’s Assassination has Backfired on the US and Israel

By: Marco Carnelos Middle east Eye If the killing was meant to push Iran back, it has failed abysmally. Soleimani's ability to maintain a modicum of stability outweighed any benefits that his death could have brought.Two years have…