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The final presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney on October 22 highlighted the cross-party consensus on foreign policy that is a feature of successive administrations, particularly with regards to interests in the Middle East. [...]
Abid Mustafa “…the UN emerged chiefly as a result of an agreement among the great powers led at that time by Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin. They concluded that the founding of a world organization was in [...]
Morocco, with its 35 million people, where 1 in 3 are unemployed and poverty is widespread, has had multi-party elections since independence in 1956 without anyone taking much notice. Even Western Saharans get a taste of [...]
The latest “revelation” in the Guardian that Britain has been training Saudi Arabia’s National Guard is yet another nail in the coffin of Western credibility and consistency in their dealings in the Middle East. Just a few [...]
The setting: historic. The delivery: typically eloquent. The substance: dishonest. In his address to the British Parliament, US President Barack Obama delivered a speech that simultaneously praised Britain and America as leading world powers, with common [...]
The situation that has prevailed in Egypt for past half century, if not more, has seen suffocating security measures, considerable police powers and limited accountability of the country’s enforcement agencies. The 30 year long ‘emergency’ laws [...]