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Viewpoints

Canada’s Bizarre Foreign/Domestic Policies Entaglement

What is Canada up to with its recent vote in the UN? Probably no good. Canada is trying to juggle multiple conflicting and entangled ideas.…

Russia’s Main Strategy for the Nagorno-Karabakh Issue

Armenian society is in certain confusion, but it will surely embrace acceptance of the initiative of the European Union and NATO.…

Belarus: A Modern-Day Investment Hub, With an Eye On the Future

Surely and steadily, the Republic of Belarus has been undergoing a highly sensitive yet intriguing economic revitalization.…

PFLP Soul-Searching: The Rise and Fall of Palestine’s Socialists

PFLP Soul-Searching: The Rise and Fall of Palestine’s Socialists

What does the PFLP stand for after two decades of political failure?…

Ferguson: The Safety of Citizens is Lost with The Unaccountability of Police

Ferguson: The Safety of Citizens is Lost with The Unaccountability of Police

The militarized police can now murder with impunity as their numerous murders of citizens are given a pass.…

Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s Concern for the Poor Got Him Destroyed

Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s Concern for the Poor Got Him Destroyed

Dominique Strauss-Kahn opposed making ordinary poor citizens pay for the mistakes of reckless and greedy banksters. …

What Americans Celebrate On Thanksgiving Day

What Americans Celebrate On Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving became a national holiday with the completion of the Reconstruction of the South after the War of Northern Aggression and the extermination of the Plains Indians by…

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News Analysis

Nuclear Negotiations: An Iranian Perspective

It is unlikely that Iranians will be bullied into giving up their rights under the…

Mossad Targets Nuclear Engineers in Damascus: Report

Mossad has assassinated a team of five nuclear weapons specialists in Damascus, the leader of…

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Essays

The Death Squad Dilemma: Counterinsurgency Policy and the Salvadoran Model

The Death Squad Dilemma: Counterinsurgency Policy and the Salvadoran Model

Scholars can take the lead and help guide the international community towards a world order in which death squads and genocide are the thing of the past.…

Concerning Features of an Apocalyptic Cult in the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)

ISIL meets some of the criteria for a cult, and this should affect how governments respond to focus on disruption of its recruitment practices.…

America’s Jihad

America’s Jihad

Among the tangled intricacies of the Middle East imbroglio a course was established to bring chaos to the region.…

The “ASEAN Way”: The Structural Underpinnings of Constructive Engagement

This essay describes the underpinnings of ASEAN's constructive engagement with Burma.…

Arts & Culture

Dirty Entanglements: Corruption, Crime, and Terrorism – Book Review

Dirty Entanglements has many truths disguised with many omissions.…

Editorial

Roger Cohen’s Racist Opposition to the Palestinian Right of Return

Roger Cohen’s Racist Opposition to the Palestinian Right of Return

New York Times columnist Roger Cohen this week made an openly racist argument against the Palestinian right of return, declaring his opposition to this goal of the…

North America

Nuclear Negotiations: An Iranian Perspective

It is unlikely that Iranians will be bullied into giving up their rights under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty by the threat of harsh sanctions.…

South America

In Brazil, the World Cup Will Decide the Country’s Next President

In Brazil, the World Cup Will Decide the Country’s Next President

Dilma Rousseff's re-election bid depends on pushing for a smarter approach in curbing violence and should find inspiration in Panama’s success story.…

Europe

Belarus: A Modern-Day Investment Hub, With an Eye On the Future

Surely and steadily, the Republic of Belarus has been undergoing a highly sensitive yet intriguing economic revitalization.…

Asia

Russia’s Main Strategy for the Nagorno-Karabakh Issue

Armenian society is in certain confusion, but it will surely embrace acceptance of the initiative of the European Union and NATO.…

Africa

Nigeria’s Crisis of Cronyism and Conscience

Nigeria’s Crisis of Cronyism and Conscience

Nigeria is suffering from a crisis of such cronyism, one entirely revisable yet utterly out of our grasp.…

Middle East

Nuclear Negotiations: An Iranian Perspective

It is unlikely that Iranians will be bullied into giving up their rights under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty by the threat of harsh sanctions.…

Oceania

Film Review: John Pilger’s ‘Utopia’

Film Review: John Pilger’s ‘Utopia’

Utopia creates a picture of struggle and survival against the oppressive nature of a racist society. …