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Book Review: Canada in the Great Power Game 1914-2014

In Canada in the Great Power Game 1914-2014, Dyer outlines Canada’s history of duplicity within the imperial adventurers of their day.…

Vietnam: How I Almost Bought the Reunification Palace

Vietnam: How I Almost Bought the Reunification Palace

On a mission to secure a piece of Vietnam's history. …

A Review of ‘The United Nations Security Council in the Age of Human Rights’

For all the authors’ academic credentials, if this work represents the best the diplomatic world has to offer, it's no wonder that we are in such sad shape.…

Review: “Crimes, Victims and Witnesses: Apartheid in Palestine”

Svensson’s work serves as a witness to the crime of apartheid under the colonial-settler mentality of the Israeli…

On Ramadan, Socialism and the Neighbor’s Beat up Car

On Ramadan, Socialism and the Neighbor’s Beat up Car

Ramadan always takes me back to the refugee camp in Gaza, no matter where I am in the…

Damascus and Baghdad: A Marine’s Syrian Education

Damascus and Baghdad: A Marine’s Syrian Education

American assumptions never line up with Eastern realities, yet our power combined with ignorance continues to sow disaster.…

Reverting to the Ummah: Who is the ‘Angry Muslim’ and Why

Reverting to the Ummah: Who is the ‘Angry Muslim’ and Why

The Ummah and Caliphate is an escape to history, from poverty, alienation, oppression and foreign occupations. …

Syrian Students Restore Our Global Heritage, Tesserae by Tesserae…

It was an urgent message concerning a destroyed mosaic—an artifact dating back to the Byzantine era...…

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