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Review: Pappe’s ‘The Idea of Israel’

This is a powerfully written unsettling work relating the story of Israel from the perspective of how ideas are manipulated for the benefit of the state.…

Commentary on James Rickards’ ‘Currency Wars’

The sooner the BRICS and other countries and the EU start trading without the U.S. dollar, the better off the world will be.…

Which Way Turkey? A Personal Reflection

Which Way Turkey? A Personal Reflection

I am a great lover of Turkey and recall my first exposure with great fondness, stumbling into the country in 2003, almost as by accident.…

Three Who Made a War

Three Who Made a War

If Americans were to read three history books, they could free themselves from their self-righteous delusions that endanger…

Foreign Education in China

Foreign Education in China

Education in the US is way out of reach for the average Chinese family. The solution that China…

Islamic Postmodernism to Postsecularism: Book Review

From Postmodernism to Postsecularism: Re-emerging Islamic Civilization. Eric Walberg.  Clarity Press, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.  2013. In his introduction,…

OMAR: Uncovering Occupied Palestine

OMAR: Uncovering Occupied Palestine

OMAR in some respects is superior even to PARADISE NOW, telling the story of what life under Israeli…

Book Review: Why Israel? The Anatomy of Zionist Apartheid

Why Israel? The Anatomy of Zionist Apartheid: A South African Perspective.  Suraya Dadoo and Firoz Osman.  Porcupine Press,…

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