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Islamic State, Half the Truth is Often a Whole Lie

... East. From page 83 it starts a fictionalized depiction of the scenario, in the form of an imaginary letter from a relative of Usama Bin Laden, who goes over a lengthy description of the events surrounding the Caliphate. The report covers also other topics ... ... of global domination through a violent Islamic caliphate. That vision is absurd, and we are not going to organize our counterterrorism policies against a feckless delusion That Is never going to happen. We are not going to high These murderous thugs and ...


Why Isn’t Anyone Giving Obama Credit for Ousting Maliki?

... people in northern Iraqi Kurdistan had been allies with the U.S. for decades and they were under threat. And world oil markets and production were being threatened. Finally, and certainly not least among the reasons, ISIS was murdering and abusing thousands in ways that even al-Qaeda thought went too far. Christians, Yazidis, Shiites, other minorities, and even Sunnis that were not subscribing to ISIS’s rule and extreme, murderous, barbaric interpretation of Islam have been and could still be ...


Can Bombs Ever Be a Substitute for Diplomacy?

... from past experience using force in Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan? Does anyone really believe that war can serve as an effective substitute for diplomacy and foreign policy? You do not have to be an expert on Islamism to understand that extremism and terrorism in the Middle East have deep socio-economic and political roots — and that Islamism stems in part from multiple instances of Western intervention in the affairs of the region. It does not take a political clairvoyant to predict that the ...


Is It A New War Against Terrorism?

... position of the USA toward the Islamic State (IS) does not necessarily mean the launching of a new round of war on terror. The USA is opposing the IS but will not intervene meaningfully to stop its advancement. Britain and Saudi Arabia will be the major ... ... depends on the further successes of the IS in the region. Mehdi Dehnavi Mehdi Dehnavi: No hope for a succesful campaign against terrorism without Russia and Iran Project Director at Center for Strategic Defense Research All Countries Must Work Together to ...


U.S. in Afghanistan: Soviet Military Lessons Mostly Neglected

... in training their army and special-purpose units, and to advise them in operations against terrorist and extremist groups active in the country. The new mission’s status has not yet been defined, largely because of President Karzai’s refusal to sign a security agreement with Washington and its NATO allies that would give the remaining foreign troops immunity from prosecution. Consequently, the White House is also mulling the zero option i.e. the complete withdrawal of American troops....


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    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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