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They’re Killing Him: Assange’s Stroke Reveals The Western Version Of The Saudi Bone Saw

By: Caitlin Johnstone Julian Assange suffered a mini-stroke in October during the hearing for the US appeal of a UK court's ruling on his extradition case. "The WikiLeaks publisher, 50, who is being held on remand in the maximum-security…
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Saudi warplanes carpet-bomb Yemen with US help. This must end

By: Bernie Sanders and Ro Khanna , The Guardian“The US must end all support for the Saudi war effort in Yemen. It is fueling the largest humanitarian crisis in the world”The recent breaching of the United States’ embassy in Yemen’s…
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America talks big about “human rights”: We should be ashamed of that hypocrisy

By : Elayne Clift , Salon Human rights: It's a term tossed around all too easily, a hollow piece of rhetoric practiced mostly in the breach, a faux cliché uttered in fragile times. It's a mantra lacking moral conviction and humane behavior,…
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How Iran and Saudi Arabia Can Together Bring Peace to the Middle East

by : Vali Nasr and Maria Fantappie , FOREIGN AFFAIRS The shift in Washington is undeniable: the Middle East is no longer a top priority for the United States. The U.S. withdrawal from the broader region is evident in the departure of troops…
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US Military Drawdown in Mideast is for Real

by : Daniel Williams , ASIA TIMES The US is finalizing plans to shrink its global constellation of military bases and shift war-making resources to the Far East, where Washington thinks they might prove more useful to confront China.When…
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Why the Saudis Are Reaching Out to Iran

By Eli Lake, Source: Bloomberg Late last month, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman offered an olive branch to his country’s main adversary. Speaking on Saudi television, the kingdom’s de facto ruler said he seeks “to have…