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The ‘Clean Break’ Doctrine: A Modern-Day Sykes-Picot Waging War and Havoc in the Middle East
History
The ‘Clean Break’ Doctrine: A Modern-Day Sykes-Picot Waging War and Havoc in the Middle East
May 18, 2020

Though the U.S. and Israeli military have done a good job at stealing the show, and though they certainly believe themselves to be the head of the show, the reality is that this age of empire is distinctly British.

Our Civilisational Quagmire – Looking Truth in the Eye
May 18, 2020

This coming U.S. election is viewed by both Red and Blue as existential. Perhaps the most portent in America’s history.

Our Civilisational Quagmire – Looking Truth in the Eye
Society
Israel Hits a Brick Wall
World
Israel Hits a Brick Wall
March 8, 2020

Netanyahu is back where he started. No matter how many times Israelis go to the polls, they find that that a stable ruling majority is out of reach.

The Worst Deal of the Century for Palestine
February 22, 2020

“If I were in Trump’s shoes I would have offered the Israeli Jews the chance to become the 51st state,” Tim Kirby writes.

The Worst Deal of the Century for Palestine
World
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Trump’s Vanished ‘Liberal Middles’
World
Trump’s Vanished ‘Liberal Middles’
February 17, 2020

Don’t the Americans understand the implications of creating a desperate, unemployed and radicalised constituency across the entire Middle East?

Kushner’s Stamp of Zionist Racism on Peace Plan
February 11, 2020

Kushner never invited the people most impacted by his “dead-on-arrival” plan – the Palestinian people – to the negotiating table, Wayne Madsen writes.

Kushner’s Stamp of Zionist Racism on Peace Plan
Security
Trump’s Weakness for Power
Editor's Сhoice
Trump’s Weakness for Power
February 4, 2020

Shame on any American who supports the Trump administration’s re-enactment in the Mideast of these 19thcentury crudities. Shame on any Israeli who makes of his or her nation so dishonorable a monument to the suffering and sacrifice of the six million.

Stumbling into Catastrophe
February 3, 2020

There is a real danger for foreign policy advisors and analysts – and especially those they serve – when they are in a bubble, an echo chamber, and all of their conclusions are based on faulty inputs. Needless to say it’s even worse when they believe they can create their own reality and invent outcomes out of whole cloth.

Stumbling into Catastrophe
Editor's Сhoice
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