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Political Uncertainty In Post-Daesh Iraq

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA) & Hamsa HADDAD (Syria)

Monday, January 9, 2017

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Political Uncertainty In Post-Daesh Iraq

The political future of Iraq is uncertain because of the intensified domestic splits between its constituent Shiite, Sunni, and Kurdish communities which were exacerbated by Daesh over the past couple of years. Post-2003 Iraq has been continually plagued by communal violence, but never before had each of its three communities been so divided from one […]

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13/11 Paris Massacre: A Qui Profite Le Crime?

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

Saturday, November 14, 2015

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13/11 Paris Massacre: A Qui Profite Le Crime?

  Yesterday night things changed in an instant in Paris. The available evidence suggest that the assaults were carried out by a professional killer group who used live bombs among other weapons. Today’s post by Pepe Escobar on his Facebook page sheds some light on symbolism and timimg of the massacre: Scouring a ton of […]

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The Race For Raqqa And America’s Geopolitical Revenge In “Syraq” (II)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA) & Hamsa HADDAD (Syria)

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

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The Race For Raqqa And America’s Geopolitical Revenge In “Syraq” (II)

(Please read Part I before this article) The first part exposed the desperate push that the US is making into the heart of the Middle East from its new position of strategic weakness, while this section enumerates on the three primary ways that Russia and Syria can prevent this from happening. Iraq is excluded from […]

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The Race For Raqqa And America’s Geopolitical Revenge In “Syraq” (I)

By Andrew KORYBKO (USA) & Hamsa HADDAD (Syria)

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

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The Race For Raqqa And America’s Geopolitical Revenge In “Syraq” (I)

The Mideast will never be the same again after Russia’s anti-terrorist intervention in Syria. The US’ previously uncontested hegemony over the region is now an unpleasant memory of the past, but it doesn’t mean that it’s totally squeezed from the area just yet. It now appears as though the US is approaching the last step […]

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