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The heroism of ordinary people

Monday 21 July 2014
  The one thing worth writing about is the heroism of one million seven hundred thousand mortals, flesh and blood residents of the Gaza Strip. (...)

Missing persons (in Cyprus)

Monday 14 July 2014
This Saturday, July 12, there was a solemn ceremony in Cyprus. Forty years after he went missing, the remains of a Greek Cypriot was finally laid (...)

How our region is preparing for suicide

Friday 11 July 2014
It was obvious several years ago, when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was Iran’s president and the Islamic Republic was expanding its power in Iraq, Lebanon, (...)

My friend, Eduard Shevardnadze

Wednesday 9 July 2014
I vividly remember the time and place when I knew that the Cold War had ended. It was Aug. 3, 1990, at Vnukovo II Airport outside Moscow. I stood (...)

ISIS Poses Threat Beyond Iraq

Thursday 3 July 2014
In addition to addressing the Iraq crisis directly, Washington should take a more robust, strategic approach to Syria while preempting possible threats to Jordan and other states.
USA Today Any traveler to the Middle East today can feel the tidal wave sweeping the area. The Arab Awakening is now a distant memory, and the (...)

A new era (in Turkey)

Wednesday 2 July 2014
Share on Facebook It must have been a very difficult decision to make. The presidency of the Turkish Republic must have been a very attractive (...)

Sako: I asked Muslims for a fatwa against sectarian violence

Tuesday 1 July 2014
“Vatican Insider” interviews the Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church on his visit to the villages that have welcomed the displaced people of Mosul and Qarqosh. “So far there has been no targeted violence against Christians”
ROME “People fled because they were afraid of the war. But so far Christians have not suffered oppression because of their faith. Christians and (...)

Why the Arab Spring went wrong

Saturday 21 June 2014
When Egyptians were flooding to Tahrir Square, I was fascinated with the Arab Spring. Like many others, I too wrote in praise of the movement at (...)

The United States should not cooperate with Iran on Iraq

Wednesday 18 June 2014
Michael Doran is a senior fellow at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution. Max Boot is a senior fellow at the (...)

Looking only backwards: Nothing new in the Middle East

Wednesday 18 June 2014
This entire region is comprised of artificial states that have never managed to create cross-tribal or cross-ethnic national unity, and have always been ruled in the shadow of the bloody, torn past.
The West, led by the United States, reveals time and again its ignorance regarding this part of the world. This lack of understanding is tied to (...)

What Mosul could mean for Obama

Sunday 15 June 2014
In his excellent book “A Line in the Sand,” on the Franco-British rivalry in the Middle East, James Barr quotes a British officer in Deir al-Zor as (...)

On the presidency, look at Hezbollah

Tuesday 10 June 2014
Kahwagi has been Hezbollah’s candidate from the start, and very little appears to have changed in its position
There has been much speculation in Beirut about how to get Lebanon out of its presidential impasse. The focus has been on convincing the main (...)

Israeli apartheid exposed at the airport

Thursday 5 June 2014
Despite new x-ray machines, the brutal treatment of Arab citizens at Ben-Gurion Airport continues in keeping with Zionist ideology.
WASHINGTON — Many would agree with the principle that a state, whatever its name is, that practices racial segregation has no right to exist in (...)

Brace yourself for Aoun’s frustration

Monday 2 June 2014
It has become obvious in recent days that much of the speculation about whether Saad Hariri would order his parliamentary bloc to vote for Michel (...)

Emptiness at West Point

Saturday 31 May 2014
It is fitting that on the day before President Obama was to give his grand West Point address defending the wisdom and prudence of his foreign (...)

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