Monthly Archives: November 2010

Nov 23 2010

How did the poorest country in the Arab World become one of the most important?

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With a Houthi rebel insurgency in the north and a secessionist movement in the south, Yemen has not seen true stability nor all-encompassing governance in decades. 40% of its water supply is used to cultivate qat, an amphetamine that more than … Continue reading

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Nov 18 2010

Real solutions are not being exercised to combat terrorism

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Barack Obama, as a new President of the United States, came holding the torch of changed discourse when he gave his speech in one of the Islamic world’s most weighted countries, Egypt. Obama touted optimism and dialogue, calling to “forget … Continue reading

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Nov 3 2010

Secret affairs with radical Islam: why covert Western foreign policy needs to change

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Earlier this year the case of Binyam Mohamed resulted in the severe condemnation, by one of Britain’s most senior judges, of Britain’s Security Service, finding that they had “failed to respect human rights, deliberately misled parliament and had a “culture of … Continue reading

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