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Defending our borders

Since the establishment of modern day Saudi Arabia on Sept.



Modi is not India

Among the 18,500 people who behaved like cheerleaders for Narendra Modi during his theatrics last Sunday at New York’s Madison Square Garden, not one person would be able to defend the controversial I



More than airstrikes needed to defeat IS

It has been more than a week since five Arab countries joined the US-led coalition in bombing Islamic State (IS) targets in both Syria and Iraq.



The politics of fear

People anywhere in the world who claim not be profoundly disturbed by the self-publicized actions of the group of combatants that calls itself Islamic State (IS) provide considerable cause for concern



Afghanistan — not a lost cause

President Obama last May said, “We have to recognize that Afghanistan will not be a perfect place, and it’s not America’s responsibility to make it one.” No, it isn’t, and Afghanistan is a strikingly



Abbas pulls no punches

The Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, has been playing by America’s rules for years and received nothing for his efforts apart from empty promises.



Violence is never created in vacuum

What if the so-called Islamic State (IS) didn’t exist? In order to answer this question, one has to liberate the argument from its geopolitical and ideological confines.



Ideas out to change the world

I had to blink my eyes several times while watching CNN’s Breaking News about the pro-democracy “sit-in” at Hong Kong’s Central District.



How big was the big speech

There are two ways of saying it.What do you think we are giving it away for free?What do you think, we are giving it away for free.



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