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Political Violence and Sectarianism in Pakistan

Pakistan’s generals blame their country’s cycle of political violence, including a recent bombing in the Baluch capital of Quetta, on groups in Afghanistan.

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Political correctness demands diversity in everything but thought

ISIS

by William Blum

For 50 years I’ve been painstakingly cataloguing the brutal militarism and human-rights violations of US foreign policy, building up in the process a very loyal audience.

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Dreaming of Freedom: Palestinian Child Prisoners Speak

Dreaming of Freedom

Prefatory Note: "This is a collection of reflections by child prisoners in their own words, edited by Norma Hisham. It is a successor to her earlier volume of Palestinian prison recollections."

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Team Clinton focuses on the demise of Hezbollah

Hezbollah

The likely next American President, Hilary Clinton is fielding an array of foreign policy advisers, a few being sort of table scraps from the Bush administration and others having resigned from Obama’s.

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Is Saudi Arabia Zion?

Saudi Arabia Zion

by James M. Dorsey

Kamal Salibi, one of the Arab world’s foremost contemporary historians, kicked up a storm when he concluded in a 1985 linguistic exegesis that Judaism’s Zion was not located in Israel but in Saudi Arabia.

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