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11/12/2015 Article

Cornering Russia, Risking World War III

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Official Washington is awash with tough talk about Russia and the need to punish President Putin for his role in Ukraine and Syria. But this

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11/12/2015 Article

Is a Strategic Partnership between Russia & Iran in the Making?

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Comment by Guest Editor, Conflicts Forum, (first circulated 27 Nov 2015) Western Europe and the US are hopeful that a deal on Iran’s nuclear program and

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11/12/2015 Article

Syria & Greece: Europe’s Crises of Extending & Pretending

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Conflicts Forum’s Weekly Comment, 27 Nov – 4 Dec 2015 Jeremy Warner, Assistant Editor of the Telegraph, tells us an iconic story which somehow encapsulates all

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11/12/2015 Article

Conflicts Forum Weekly Comment

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21-27 Nov 2015 Turkey’s apparently deliberated destruction – or ambush – of a Russian ground attack aircraft engaged on counter–terrorism operations within Syria undoubtedly gives

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11/12/2015 Article

Paris Attack Shows Why Al Qaeda Might Have Been Right About ISIS All Along

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Alastair Crooke, World Post/ Huffington Post, 17 Nov 2015  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/alastair-crooke/paris-attack-isis-qaeda_b_8582180.html?utm_hp_ref=world  At this point, there are important components to events which are not clear: Were the

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17/11/2015 Article

Obama and the legacy of the “dark side”

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Conflicts Forum, 13 November 2015  “We also have to work – though sort of on the dark side – if you will” Dick Cheney When, in

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