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Apartheid or One State: Has Jordan Broken a Political Taboo?

By Ramzy Baroud What will it take for the idea of a two-state solution, which was hardly practical to begin with, to be completely abandoned? Every realistic assessment of the situation on the ground indicates, with palpable clarity, that there can never be a viable Palestinian state in …

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Billionaires That Donated to Gates-Buffet Giving Pledge Now Richer Than Ever, study shows

By Raul Diego As the assets of the billionaire class in the US swell to $3.5 trillion amid the pandemic, a new study of philanthropic giving reveals that many of America’s wealthiest are using charitable donations to stay rich and get richer. A study released by the Institute for …

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The Undeclared War Against Iran

Do not be deceived by the Iranian regime’s downplaying of the recent attacks and its restraint—so far—regarding retaliation. A series of violent attacks, involving explosions and fires, has been hitting Iran. The incidents have been too frequent and intense to be random accidents. They are part of an …

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Pompeo Wants to Cut Off China’s Access to America’s Internet

The Trump administration is rolling out a new initiative to create a global Clean Network free of Chinese influence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on Wednesday. The United States has accused China of data theft and other malign cyber activities as tensions rise between the two global …

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China’s new strategic positioning

Giancarlo Elia Valori While China is “narrowing” its production lines at national or international levels, a very important signal is the new relationship established between Turkey and the United States to replace China as a supply chain. Obviously the new “cold war” between China and the United States …

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Pakistan’s interests and obstacles in mediating relations between Iran and the Saudi Arabia

Farzad Ramezani Bonesh Senior Researcher and Analyst of International Affairs  From the beginning of Imran Khan’s rising to power, efforts have been made by Islamabad to mediate between Iran and Saudi Arabia. The following article discusses Pakistan’s interests and obstacles in playing a mediating role and reducing tensions …

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Turkey’s approach to the Nagorno-Karabakh crisis

Farzad Ramezani Bonesh Senior Researcher and Analyst of International Affairs The July 2020 confrontation between Armenia and Azerbaijan did not open a new situation in the history of their conflict. But Turkey’s position on this issue is plausible. From the past, Turkey has been concerned about Armenian domination …

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The Libyan crisis in the summer of 2020

Giancarlo Elia Valori In 2011, in a phase of severe economic crisis for Italy, almost on the verge of default, the violent ousting of the Libyan leader, Muammar al Minyar El Gaddafi, was the obvious tombstone of Italian foreign policy and also of its intelligence Services forced to …

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Is China a ‘Threat’ to the U.S?

Amom Malemnganba Singh Donald Trump winning the 2016 US Presidential Election was one of the most astonishing moments in US political history, leaving millions of Americans shocked. Recasting Ronald Regan’s slogan “Let’s Make America Great Again”, he launched his election campaign and declared China to be a serious …

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