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    Is America’s Alliance with Turkey Doomed?
    Apr16

    Is America’s Alliance with Turkey Doomed?

    Sukru Hanioglu Security, Middle East The historic breakdown in Anglo-Ottoman relations is a useful model for evaluating today’s troubled alliance between the United States and Turkey. SHORTLY BEFORE his death in 1869, the pro-Western former Ottoman grand vizier and foreign minister Keçecizâde Mehmed Fuad Pasha commented, “It appeared...

    Chabad Emissary Dies From His Wounds
    Apr15

    Chabad Emissary Dies From His Wounds

    Rabbi Menachem Mendel Deitsch was attacked in the Ukraine in October 2016. …read more Source: The Jewish...

    The second Year of Europe
    Apr15

    The second Year of Europe

    More than four decades ago, US National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger declared 1973 to be “The Year of Europe.” His aim was to highlight the need to modernise the Atlantic relationship and, more specifically, the need for America’s European allies to do more with the United States in the Middle East and against the Soviet Union in...

    Six months after being beaten, Chabad emissary dies of injuries
    Apr15

    Six months after being beaten, Chabad emissary dies of injuries

    Chabad rabbi beaten in anti-Semitic attack in Ukraine succumbs to injuries. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Trudeau runs risk keeping flawed politician as foreign affairs minister
    Apr15

    Trudeau runs risk keeping flawed politician as foreign affairs minister

    The irrational has begun to dominate our politics as if the American virus has stealthily moved north to infect our national narratives. It reflects itself in various ways but it seems that wars – old wars, current wars and future wars – have gripped the minds of our political elite and their courtiers in the media. Most problematic is Chrystia...

    Making nukes mandatory: a lesson for dictators
    Apr15

    Making nukes mandatory: a lesson for dictators

    Donald Trump; Kim Jong-un (Credit: Reuters/Lucas Jackson/Getty/KCNA/Salon) You know how far it is from Damascus to Pyongyang? It’s 4,600 miles. If they had air service between the two outlaw capitals, it would be about an eight-and-a-half-hour flight, about as long as it takes you to fly from Dallas to London. But the two cities may as well...

    Russia could soon take over a chunk of U.S. oil infrastructure
    Apr15

    Russia could soon take over a chunk of U.S. oil infrastructure

    Russia may soon take control of American oil and gasoline infrastructure in a deal U.S. lawmakers warn represents a threat to energy security. Rosneft, Russia’s state-controlled oil company, could end up with a majority stake in Texas-based Citgo after the entity that owns Citgo, Venezuela’s state-owned oil and natural gas company...

    Azerbaijani handball players beat Ukraine`s Energetic
    Apr15

    Azerbaijani handball players beat Ukraine`s Energetic

    Azerbaijan`s national handball team have defeated Ukrainian Energetic 30-24 in the third round of an international tournament in the Ukrainian city of Zaparozhye …read more Source: Azerbaijan State News...

    Through the looking glass… Introducing Episodic Memory
    Apr15

    Through the looking glass… Introducing Episodic Memory

    Episodic Memory (2007) is one of those books which seem to be written in hologrammatic ink. As you turn the pages you see butterflies drifting over the Steppe or hear a dog barking in a summer that faded fifty years ago. The novel begins with a description of debris and a breaking mirror in a Ukrainian farmyard. The accumulation of detail...

    Ukraine’s anti-graft fight targets telecoms
    Apr15

    Ukraine’s anti-graft fight targets telecoms

    Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko announced Thursday that a Kiev court had “frozen” the shares of tycoon Rinat Akhmetov in the Ukrtelecom company and its subsidiary TriMob. …read more Source: World...