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Here's How Clinton and Trump Stack Up on National Security, Russia, ISIS and More

Defense One - ‎vor 11 Stunden‎
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was a leading architect of the Obama administration's strategic rebalance to Asia as well as the so-called “reset” in U.S.

All Or Nothing For Erdogan: 200000 Purged In Race For Absolute Power - ‎22.07.2016‎
And short-term or immediate reactions are themselves distractions from understanding the longer-term flow of the history of the region, a history which must intrinsically involve Europe (and Turkey's attempts to gnaw at it), Russia, Iran, Syria (and ...

FactChecking Day 3 of the GOP Convention - ‎21.07.2016‎
Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm wrongly said that “America now has more oil than Saudi Arabia or Russia.” The U.S.

Politics|Transcript: Donald Trump on NATO, Turkey's Coup Attempt and the World

New York Times - ‎21.07.2016‎
Donald Trump, on pulling back from foreign military commitments if better deals are not reached. TRUMP: No ... That's a wonderful phrase, but unfortunately, if I were on Saudi Arabia's side, Germany, Japan, South Korea and others, I would say, “Oh ...

2003 video shows then-Saudi FM asking to declassify 28 pages of 911 report

Al-Arabiya - ‎18.07.2016‎
Many claimed that the unreleased documents contained links between Saudi officials and hijackers colluding to hatch the terror plot, which left over 3,000 people killed.

I fear that a great Western trend is about to reverse itself

Business Insider UK - ‎19.07.2016‎
A century ago, religious minorities were grudgingly tolerated in Arab countries and Iran. The Ottoman Turks were ... or worse in many Arab countries.

Iran Exploring Return to Global Bond Markets After 14 Year Break

Bloomberg - ‎19.07.2016‎
... raised $5 billion in April, shortly before Qatar tapped investors for almost double that amount. Saudi Arabia, Iran's main political rival in the region, has hired banks to help arrange its first international bond sale, according to people ...

The decline of the American empire and rise of Donald Trump

National Observer - ‎21.07.2016‎
“It's reaching a crisis point,” insists Chris Hedges, the Pulitzer prize-winning former New York Times foreign correspondent, author and broadcaster, who believes the US finds itself at an interregnum - a period where the ideas that buttress the old ...

Morning Digest: How the Democrats' strength is growing in the nation's largest counties

Daily Kos - ‎22.07.2016‎
The narrator says that Marshall and his allies back "[a]mnesty for illegal immigrants," "[a] tax on everything you buy on the internet," and "[h]andouts for companies in China and Saudi Arabia." ○ MN-02: Obama carried this open suburban Twin Cities ...

The Triumph of Imperialist Feminism: Hillary vs the Immense Revolution

CounterPunch - ‎20.07.2016‎
Okay, this formulation shows my bias, but please, Hillary supporters, explain to some of us, including the many women who are not Hillary supporters, how we are supposed to understand the relationship between such a grotesque attitude and the value of ...

Independent Fact Checkers Review Trump's Convention

eNews Park Forest - ‎22.07.2016‎
CNN: “Although the actual implementation of the deal with Iran occurred four days after the incident with the U.S. sailors, Trump referenced the signing of the deal which occurred the previous July.

Turkey: Echoes of July 2013, Egypt

CounterPunch - ‎19.07.2016‎
It has been central to the perpetuation of the war against the Kurds, being at the centre of an ineluctable symbiotic relationship between the Turkish deep state and the 'Kurdish question' (Söyler 2015: 199). JİTEM and other related deep state ...

America Has No Choice But to Cooperate with Russia in Syria

The National Interest Online (blog) - ‎18.07.2016‎
Information between both countries would be exchanged and acted upon if U.S. and Russian representatives both agreed that the target being investigated is important enough to strike.

A year later: Why the Iran nuclear deal has failed

Newsday - ‎18.07.2016‎
The administration didn't blame our enemies for this: it blamed the United States. Thus, as fast as it could, it reached out to Russia and Iran to reset our relations. ... As Obama put it, if only Iran would accept a deal, Iran could “break through ...

Why This Oil Crisis Is Different To 2008 - ‎17.07.2016‎
OPEC, the world's traditional “swing crude oil producer,” took its traditional actions, cutting production by 16 percent in eight months to bring stability to global prices, which was led primarily by the group's largest producer, Saudi Arabia. Crude ...

The Time is Now: To Defeat Both Trump and Clintonian Neoliberalism

CounterPunch - ‎19.07.2016‎
These include strongmen like Manuel Noriega (in Panama), the Somozas (Nicaragua), the Duvaliers (Haiti), Saddam Hussein (Iraq), others like the Shah of Iran, or today's ruling elite in Saudi Arabia. These regimes' strongmen have all been allies of the ...

OECD-FAO report suggests only gradual improvements in global dairy prices over next 10 years; Labour's finance... - ‎20.07.2016‎
Labour's finance spokesperson Grant Robertson says the report suggests dairy farmers here won't reach breakeven till 2019 at the earliest and says there are serious implications for the dairy sector and economy.

Is Kosovo the New European Hotbed of Jihadi Extremism?

The Nation. - ‎14.07.2016‎
Saudi-style ideology in Kosovo, then, is to some extent real, and some radical elements with training from Saudi Arabia and Egypt have clearly encouraged and facilitated travel to Syria to fight for Islamist extremism.

Oil price smackdown—the case for and against higher oil prices - ‎12.07.2016‎
But according to an estimate by S&P Global Platts, U.S. inventories would need to fall by 12 million barrels each and every week until Labour Day in order to reach average levels and support higher prices. There is ... The bears are correct that ...

The Peak Oil Paradox Revisited

The Market Oracle - ‎19.07.2016‎
Peak oil, an event based on M. King Hubbert's theory, is the point in time when the maximum rate of extraction of petroleum is reached, after which it is expected to enter terminal decline. Peak oil theory is ... Note that Baker Hughes' archive pre ...