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- npr reviews English edition of the Shahnameh
- Egypt temporarily re-opens Gaza’s Rafah crossing
- Pentagon investigation: US hit mosque complex in Syria
- Russia moves to enforce safe zones despite rebel opposition
- The Judicial Bodies Law threatens the independence of judiciary turning it into an arena for expanding Sisi’s powers.
Category Archives: US Foreign Policy
http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/04/23/some_good_news_from_afghanistan In a new agreement, the US guarantees indefinite support to Afghanistan in exchange for US military presence in Afghanistan. There will be negotiations about the number of troops allowed and what types of legal immunity they will have. The agreement allows for Obama and Karzai to form a better partnership that benefits them both, […] Continue reading
President Obama issued new sanctions against people and entities in Syria and Iran (from April 24, 2012 Free Lance Star). Stating that technology such as cell phones and social media should be used to empower people not supress them. The new sanctions will target law enforcement and various government agencies within Syria and Iran. Pace, […] Continue reading
NPR “Talk of the Nation” on Obama’s speech to the U.N in 2010. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=130076728 Continue reading
America’s Stategic Goals in the Middle East. http://www.brookings.edu/opinions/2011/0823_middle_east_doran.aspx Continue reading
The United States has had a long tradition of influance in the Middle East. From isolation to imperialism, the U. S. has been a major player in Middle East politics.
http://www.fpri.org/footnotes/1417.200907.mcdougall.usforeignpolicytraditions.h… Continue reading
President Obama tells of a legitimate Palestine State
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In a new International Poll 81% of people voted that Iran was a serious or moderate threat to the U.S. Three quarters of Americans said that North Korea poses a similar threat to the U.S. Also, that Iran would be more of a threat if they obtained nuclear weapons because it would destabilize the region. […] Continue reading