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Trump Doctrine of Sovereign Nations versus Wolfowitz Doctrine of US Hegemony

Deena Stryker   Who today knows the name of Paul Wolfowitz? He was neither a Congressman, Senator, nor governor, yet until this month, official US ‘defense’ policy has borne his name. A former President of the World Bank and U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense, following the 1991 Persian Gulf War, the neo-conservative he authored the …

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Awakening through suffering: Why Arab Unity is the only answer to modern crises

by Nedka Babliku • With the opening of the 59th Damascus International Fair this month after a five-year hiatus, one can assume with cautious optimism that Syria has won the war against terrorism and Imperialist aggression, if not yet militarily, certainly intellectually and spiritually. The Fair was a major …

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Muslim Youth Protect Jordan’s Churches on Easter in Solidarity

The solidarity initiative brought together people from around the country. Following the bomb attacks on two churches in Egypt last week, Muslim youth activists in Jordan vowed to protect Christian places of worship on Easter Sunday. Kazem Kharabsheh, an organizer of the solidarity initiative that saw people from …

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“Russia and Civilization”, a Continuum of Russian and Slavic Heritage

Book Review By Shehab Makahleh — Dr. Soheil Farah, member of the Russian Academy of Education, has honored me with a copy of his new book entitled “Russia and Civilization: Meaning and Destiny”. Dr. Farah divided his book into seven chapters talking about the geography, history, culture, people and ideology …

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