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America's Political Failures Mount as It Struggles to Find an Alternative to the Brutal Assad

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"The Obama administration has painted itself into a corner in Syria, calling loudly for revolutionary change, repeatedly stating that Assad must go, and then failing to find Syrian opposition leaders it can wholeheartedly endorse" --The American Interest Disappointed with his latest attempt to broker a durable ceasefire, Lakhdar Brahimi was quick to lament that the situation in Syria is getting worse. A couple weeks earlier he expressed similar sentiments. He…
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Syria's Chemical Weapons and Foreign Intervention

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Syria's Chemical Weapons and Foreign Intervention The spectre of chemical weapons in Syria has been cited continuously for over 18 months ever since the uprising in Syria began. News reports on 12 July 2012 indicated that some Syrian chemical weapons were being moved from their storage areas causing concern amongst US officials that the weapons might be used against rebels or civilians. On Monday 9th October the US Department of…
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Jimmy Savile and Modern Britain - from Hero to Zero

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I was on the phone speaking to someone in Nigeria and in the middle of the conversation, they asked about the news regarding Jimmy Savile. Oh dear, it seems the Jimmy Savile fiasco is now global news. The past few weeks have seen a UK ‘national treasure' go from hero to zero. National treasure is used to refer to someone who is much loved, revered and respected in the UK.…
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The People of Pakistan have Shown that They are No Longer Deceived by the Agent Rulers' Propaganda

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On 9th October 2012, a young girl Malala Yousafzai from Swat was attacked along with two other girls when they were going back to their homes, after attending their school in Swat valley. Immediately, TTP (Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan) claimed responsibility for this attack. After the incident, the Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaque Pervez Kayani reacted to this attack in an unusual manner. Just after the attack, he went straight to…
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Pakistan's Agreement with Serbia is Another Foreign Policy Blunder

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Last week, Pakistan's Federal Minister of Defense Syed Naveed Qamar met with top leaders in Serbia's House of Guards to lay the frame work for an MOU between the armed forces of the two countries. The proposed military agreement with Serbia is to provide Pakistan's armed forced with ammunition, armoured vehicles and assault rifles amongst other weapons. Notwithstanding the cementing of defense ties, Qamar also proposed the idea of Serbia…
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Turkey Can End the Syrian Crisis in a Day

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Turkey's parliament authorised military operations against Syria on Thursday 4th October 2012 and its military immediately fired into Syria, sending salvos of artillery rounds deep into Syria. This was after five civilians in a Turkish border town were killed by Syrian shelling. Deputy Prime Minister Besir Atalay said parliament's authorisation was not a declaration of war on Syria but gave Turkey the right to respond to any future attacks from…
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Western Society is Not A Role Model for Muslim Countries

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1. Why should Muslim countries not admire or emulate Western society? Western capitalist, secular, liberal societies are drowning under a sea of social and moral problems - all caused by the values and laws of their system. Within Western capitalist states, crime is at epidemic proportions. In the US, one third of Americans have been arrested by the age of 23. In the UK, the government is grappling with huge…
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Morsi shows his true colours after just 100 days

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Mohammed Morsi, President of Egypt, spent his 100th day as president of Egypt in the United States of America at the United Nations General Assembly. Mohammed Morsi was sworn in as president of Egypt on the Saturday 30th June 2012 with much pomp and fanfare. His electoral victory was a unique moment in the recent history of Egypt. Mohammed Morsi was elected by the people, something none of his predecessors…
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