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Cairo on Missouri: Genuine Concern or Diplomatic Bickering?

September 4, 2014 // Al-Quds Al-Arabi - Pan Arab - Arabic

One of the most amusing forms of bickering in international relations occurs when one government is granted the opportunity to give its opponent a “dose of its own medicine,” as the English saying goes. At the end of 2010, when Vladimir Putin – a prime minister at the time – was given the opportunity to defend [Read more]

Tolerant of Obama, Not the Crises

July 25, 2014 // Asharq Al Awsat - Pan Arab - Arabic

The question of the day: Has the West become tolerant and indifferent with respect to our crises, the simplest example of these being the Syrian crisis?

Why Barzani Cannot Be Blamed

July 13, 2014 // Al-Arab - Pan Arab - Arabic

The Americans refuse to recognize that al-Maliki's failure to bring Iraqis together under one umbrella is a failure on the part of Washington first and foremost.

November 2, 2008 // Asharq Al Awsat - Pan Arab - Arabic

The former American Secretary of State Colin Powell says that when he was proposed for vice president, he consulted his wife Alma, who asked him not to accept it out of fear for his life. Then, Powell officially expressed his refusal. In contrast, Barack Obama, in one of the most interesting American elections in [Read more]
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