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ho would have thought that Coca-Cola’s expulsion from Bolivia in 2012 would be the beginning of a historical demise of U. S. Foreign Policy influence not only in South America but also in Southern Caucasus and South East European regions as Washington’s staggering absence in the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict, Syrian War, Crimean - Ukrainian crisis and its diplomatic incident with the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, last October.

Published in Eastern Europe

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he Christmas season is when people in the Christian world are encouraged to think of those less fortunate, including of course people oppressed for no other reason than being a particular ethnic or national group by birth. And iconic in such misery are Palestinians. Palestinians are both Christian and Muslim. Few in the West know, for example, that the late President Yasser Arafat's wife is Christian. Also Hanan Ashrawi the notable scholar, legislator and activist, and her mentor the late Edward Said.

Published in Middle East

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n a heroic gesture of complete and total decisive power, President Barack Obama has restored balance to the Force and order to the Universe. He has, in one single swoop, restored honor, dignity, and justice to the long suffering Palestinians, while smiting down the evil perpetrated by the ultra extreme Zionist Israelis since 1967.

Published in Middle East

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orld today is facing a lot of serious problems for which USA is the chief cause and even instrumental. Two major issues- Palestine in West Asia and Kashmir in South Asia - continue to derail peace momentum globally. Of these, genocides of Kashmiris in Jammu Kashmir, being perpetrated by India, remain the crucial problem that has not received the attention it does deserve.

Published in South Asia

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leppo” as a term has become something of a buzz word in the West that is still full of ignorance: while many have heard of the city, few can correctly name it as a city in Syria and fewer still are aware of just how complex and vicious it has been as a symbolic center of the Syrian conflict for the past four years. What it mostly represents to the semi-initiated in America is the epicenter of the refugee crisis exclusively caused by Pro-Assad government forces, amply assisted by a Russian Air Force that is indifferent to human suffering.

Published in Iconoclast

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ver since Donald Trump won the elections, the Democrats who have been (or ‘were’) very magnanimous about the fact they would accept the election results whatever be the outcome, have been vigorously demanding an enquiry into the hacking by Russia into their Democratic National Committee (DNC) meetings which resulted in a variety of colorful information about the activities done by the Democrats behind closed doors. Videos released by Project Veritas also showed how the Democratic strategists planted agitators in Donald Trump rallies to incite violence. But that is a different story altogether. Let’s get back to the curious case.....

Published in Intelligence

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he process of establishing a soverign Palestine state is being supported by UN vote for defacto Palestine and the UN agencies doing all possible help for the Palestinians to move forward to get Palestine by legal means. Now a historic action by UNSC has legally binding Israel for the consequences of its illegal settlements in Palestine and asked Israel to remove all settlements illegal in Palatine- impediments for credible talks and for peace.

Published in Middle East

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hile the intelligence of the average American to vote for Trump and have him elected as the head of the country is still questionable, here’s one bit of good that just might come out of this whole orange-haired mess! The man’s foreign agenda seems to be quite dubious especially his silence on African affairs, but if the man succeeds in delivering his local promises, people who borrowed student loans and rely on an income-based repayment plan to clear their debt might be looking at a favorable deal down the four years of his presidency.

Published in Economy
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