by M. Ashraf Haidari
wenty-one years ago, before the Taliban enabled Al Qaeda to launch the tragic 9/11 attacks from Afghan soil, Afghanistan was a no man’s land. Dozens of regional and transnational terrorist and organized crime…
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By C. J. Polychroniou
During the first few decades of the post-war era, the U.S. considered Iran one of its closest geostrategic allies, especially after the CIA overthrew Iran’s democratically elected government in 1953 and restored…
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By Sadegh Haghighat, PhD in Religions and Comparative Mysticism
In all religions, there is a common moral rule that is expressed in various forms. The importance and pervasiveness of this rule in all religions has caused researchers…
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By Robert Tollast
Twenty years ago this month, US president George W Bush offered the first hints of an impending attack on Saddam Hussein's Iraq during an address to the United Nations General Assembly.
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For 12 years, Shah Agha, 42, drove trucks for a U.S. company transporting supplies for U.S. forces.
Life as a trucker was an endless road of pain and suffering. He was under constant fear of violence, both from Afghan militias attacking…
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It's been a year since the last U.S. troops were pulled out of Afghanistan after 20 years of war. But while the battles have ended, there are still outbreaks of violence, including a bomb attack outside the Russian Embassy in Kabul…
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by: Robert Ford
The current political crisis in Baghdad appears to be the beginning of the end of the Iraqi political system created under the American umbrella of 2003-2011. I was the director of the American Embassy political affairs…
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by: Steve Rutledge
The moral sins of the past never excuse those of the present, but they do sometimes haunt us. Vladimir Putin’s ongoing and ruthless invasion of Ukraine can provide us with some moral clarity, but not necessarily…
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By Hameed Hakimi and Mark Bowden
Despite the U.S. drone attack in July that killed al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in the heart of Kabul, Afghanistan’s woes and the plight of the Afghan people remain inherently unchanged.
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The basic pillar of the unipolar world order led by the US has been shaken in a significant way. The neo-liberal ideological vision to shape the political-social restructuring and reshaping of power relations in "Great Middle East" has spectacularly…
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