Why Geneva Talks Won’t Stop the Syrian Blood…
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May 21, 2016 - 3:26pm
Why Geneva Talks Won’t Stop the Syrian Blood…

Published28 months earlier (Middle East Tribune),yetstillvalid since what happenedprovedits analytic pattern. Now as thirty-four months ago, on every international and regional news channel you watch, transnational newspaper you read or human rights centered websites you explore, you will find analytical articles condemning the ongoing Syrian bloodbath. You will also come upon uncountable number of commentaries preaching the necessity for direct negotiation process in another UN-backed Geneva conference between the Syrian National Coalition and Assad regime at which the civil war andmassacres in Syria can have an end. Nevertheless, it took the UN and world powers 18 months and additional 110,000 dead souls to bring in the two Syrian factions to the currently in session Geneva 2 conference on Syria. Bringing into memory that, …

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When America Leads From Behind

Three years past since this piece was published at (Middle East Tribune),yetnothing changed........ After a long busy day, many people search the web or switch on their cable television to know what is coming about in this uncertain world. On every international news channel and portal websit…

May 21, 2016 - 4:04pm
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ISIS: Another Resurgence of Radical Islamists

InJune 2014, a major offensive launched by the so-called Islamic State of Iraq & Greater Syria (ISIS), also known as “The Islamic State” (IS), succeeded in no time to sweep and seize most northern Iraqi cities, like Samarra, Mosul, Tikrit, and other cities. To bring ISIS assaultive m…

Sep 7, 2015 - 2:25pm
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Obama Foreign Policy Puts Arab-U.S. Alliance at Ri…

If you intend to visit any Arab country, you are likely going to come across many indignant people criticizing the so-called international community for being a mere self-serving interest group. No matter where you are, whether at street corners,cafes, recreational facilities, social clubs or a…

Oct 21, 2015 - 2:17pm
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The Crux of Middle East and Arab Dilemma

Whenever you get involved in a political discussion concerning the question of peace and security in this chaotic world, you will find out that Middle East politics, Islamic and Arab organizations, Islamist groups, Iranian regime and Israel are the crux of any profound argumentation that seek to puz…

Jul 24, 2015 - 1:37pm
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Why Nationalism could not Overshadow Islamism

The existing interminable regional conflicts among several nation countries along with the recurring armed clashes between political factions, fundamental groups and state authorities are now common features of this era. Since four decades as yet, conflicts and disagreements are becoming more fu…

Aug 28, 2015 - 3:58am
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Why Iran is Overeager to Master the Middle East

Despite the presence of so many transnational problems, Iran’s nuke program and the Syrian dilemma are by far the most controversial issues on the international political theater. Navigating away from discussing over again the machinated failure of the international community to stop the fir…

Apr 19, 2016 - 3:42pm
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Poverty: The Matrix of All Troubles

At the onset of this millennium, the World Bank (WB) established a set of international development targets, known as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), to reduce poverty by half on 2015. On that point, during the annual meeting of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) held in…

Aug 4, 2015 - 12:09pm
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Realpolitik: A Polished Name for Political Immoral…

The moral pattern of politics has degenerated many times over the past six decades or so. Then, politicians and people’s representatives were primarily picked out for their governance skills, civil commitment, moral principles and human values before other qualities. In earlier times, the cos…

Mar 6, 2016 - 8:20am
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UN: A World Forum of Bystanders

On January 1920, fourteen month after the end of the First World War, the League of Nations (LN) was founded to maintain world order, guarantee peace and security, adjudicate international disputes, resolve conflicts, promote global health, and so forth. Nevertheless, history shows that failure o…

Oct 31, 2016 - 11:59am
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What Our World Needs Most: True World Leaders

We often hear many senior citizens, parents and grandparents talk nostalgically about the good old days of their time. They always reminisce about the serenity of social life, the sufficiency of economic opportunities and the good leaders they had seen. They praise foregone world leaders, like Abra…

Oct 22, 2016 - 7:13am
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