Middle-East

Syria demands realism, not moralism

 ‘Civil war is the worst kind of war there is. People who just lived side by side together up until then turn things into a battleground.’ I often heard my mother say this.

Iraq war caused huge damage

It’s ten years ago this week that the United States and Great Britain began, on the basis of what was a pack of lies, a destructive war against Saddam Hussein’s Iraq.

The Grumpy Diplomats of the Rogue State

The Israeli ambassador to Spain, Raphael Schutz, has just finished his term in Madrid.

Revolution - or the repetition of the same?

[Instincts]  reveal an effort to restore an earlier state of things.

A concerted effort from Europe against Israeli produce exporter Agrexco

This past weekend in Montpellier, France, over 100 activists from nine countries gathered for the first ever European Forum Against Agrexco.

Criminologists turned criminals


Israeli peace group Gush Shalom tells crime experts not to endorse illegal occupation

International Financial Institutions Supported the Mubarak Regime

BNP Paribas economic experts said: “the political system is solid”. While the IMF vouched that “Egypt has made significant progress...”

Squeezing Iran: The European Connection

Negotiations on Iran's nuclear program are due to start again shortly, and once again the European Union is called upon as a "mediator."  This is no minor challenge.  With Iran insisting

'Irreparable' damage to Israel-Turkey relations?

"Even despots, gangsters and pirates have specific sensitiveness, (and) follow some specific morals."

Israelis given small taste of their own medicine

In a successful demonstration in response to the recent attack on the flotilla that sought to break the blockade of Gaza, in which Israeli troops killed nine people, Oakland, California saw an Isra

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