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Opinion- Issue 2 Vol 1- J’accuse

A few days ago, former US Ambassador to Iraq, Ryan Crooker told the Philadelphia Enquirer that if the Iraqis are given U.S. drones and could hit Al Qaeda targets inside Syria, they could save innumerable lives. These and other statements, ...

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Are We Witnessing the Collapse of Syria’s FSA?

Are We Witnessing the Collapse of Syria’s FSA?

From the rubble of northern Syria, a question arises now about the future of the Free Syrian Army (FSA).  Will it remain a coherent force on the ground, or it will collapse and go down in history as a courageous ...

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Pentagon Worries about Crumbling Alliances

Pentagon Worries about Crumbling Alliances

As Secretary of State John Kerry flew from Tel Aviv to Geneva to join the P5+1 negotiations with Iran seeking an interim agreement halting further expansion of Tehran’s enriched uranium stockpiles, in return for the freeing of $50 billion in ...

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Violence on Iranian Borders Reflects Regional Tension

Violence on Iranian Borders Reflects Regional Tension

Iran is faced with a potentially serious problem that could develop into a real security challenge.  Last month, seven Revolutionary Guards were killed in the western region of Baneh by the Party of Free Life of Kurdistan (PJAK) rebels.  A ...

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