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Opinion (Issue Zero-A)

  A Strategy For Syria:   The question repeatedly echoed in Washington DC nowadays is: What is the strategy in Syria. It is indeed a valid question as nobody has articulated yet an “end-game” to the Syrian civil war. Hence, ...

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Kurdistan’s oil to Iran and Turkey

Kurdistan’s oil to Iran and Turkey

Two important developments worth to be followed regarding Iraq’s Kurdistan oil exports. First, the Kurdish authorities dismissed US timid warnings to stop oil exports to Iran. These exports continued on a business-as-usual fashion after the statement issued by the US ...

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Bumps On The Road To Geneva

Bumps On The Road To Geneva

To avoid U.S. military strikes, following the agreement signed in Geneva on September 14 by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, Syrian President Bashar Assad is going to have to deliver on three non-negotiable ...

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US – Iran Talks Expected After Interception of Iranian Secret Communications

US – Iran Talks Expected After Interception of Iranian Secret Communications

Ever since the inauguration of Iran’s new President Hassan Rouhani, the United States has been engaged in a covert dialogue with Islamic Republic leaders, aimed at reviving the stalled P5+1 talks.  Iran is planning to send an unusually large delegation ...

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