Allan Bogle

Political analyst (M.A. in International Relations and Comparative Politics from the University of Memphis), specialize in International conflict/resolution and structural policy problems confronting  political systems

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s most of the industrial world and major powers focus on the conflicts in the Middle East, the obstinate behavior of North Korea, and the deterioration in the relationship between Russia and the West, there exists a “frozen conflict” that has the possibility of affecting the Middle East, Europe, and every nation within the Caspian periphery.

The conflict and resulting destruction in Syria has been going on since 2011 and no foreseeable end is in sight.

How did Europe manage to drag Arabs to the wrong side of history – a confusion, pride, shame and denial – all which resurfaces again, 75 years after. How is this possible that the ‘never-again’ takes place today? Do we fake our surprise? How expensive is our European denial, and Monarchist Arabs claim of innocence?

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