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Italy, Libya, and Obligation towards Refugees

Italy, Libya, and Obligation towards Refugees

It is both ironic and sad that the many thousands of war refugees are seeking shelter in the same European and NATO countries that either directly or indirectly contributed to the destruction and dest
Last Updated on Monday, 17 August 2015 05:45

Azerbaijan Punishes Political Prisoners, Families

Azerbaijan Punishes Political Prisoners, Families
International rights groups put the number of political prisoners in Azerbaijan at over 80; officials vehemently deny that the country holds any.
Last Updated on Thursday, 13 August 2015 14:17

Is Turkey Really Fighting ISIL?

Is Turkey Really Fighting ISIL?
By inviting the US to use Turkish airbases to attack ISIL, Erdogan has assured domestic voters that he is securing the country, while giving himself cover to further weaken the Kurdish nationalist cam
Last Updated on Thursday, 30 July 2015 14:19

The West, MidEast, and Oil: A Conspiracy Theory?

The West, MidEast, and Oil: A Conspiracy Theory?
Western governments do not always get what they want, but arguing that oil is the key factor behind western actions in the Middle East is one of the most evidence-based statements that one can make.
Last Updated on Sunday, 26 July 2015 14:27

Israel Won’t Strike Iran Alone, Here's Why

Israel Won’t Strike Iran Alone, Here's Why
Israel’s response to the threat posed by Iran’s new stature “depends on achieving closer ties with the United States.”
Last Updated on Monday, 20 July 2015 23:49

No “Crisis in Islam:” Just Apathy of “Historians”

No “Crisis in Islam:” Just Apathy of “Historians”
The purpose of such claims is largely to disown any responsibility regarding the mayhem gripping the Middle East, and putting the blame squarely on local actors for their countries’ misfortunates.
Last Updated on Thursday, 09 July 2015 02:45

The Five Pillars of Islamophobia

The Five Pillars of Islamophobia
It is the state itself that is ensuring that Muslims are collectively pushed to the edge of public life with extremely serious short-, medium-, and long term consequences for democratic politics.
Last Updated on Thursday, 25 June 2015 08:25

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