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America’s Technology and Sanctions War Will End, by Bifurcating the Global Economy

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Alastair Crooke, Strategic Culture Foundation, 18 Dec 2018 “The true reason behind the US-China ‘trade’ war has little to do with actual trade … What

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Conflicts Forum is a small consultancy that works on geo-political and geo-financial developments as they relate to the Middle East.

Conflicts Forum's work combines a unique blend of strategic perspective with experienced political know-how. CF acts as a vanguard forum for deep geo-strategic thinking and for making available differing perspectives on sensitive issues, drawn from a wide range of sources. CF aims to 'interpret’ events and political developments, and to set them in geo-strategic and geo-financial contexts.
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خبر الجارديان عن تجريد ابن سلمان من صلاحياته هو جزء من حملة ينفذها ابن سلمان واستغفل فيها الجارديان مرتين لإقناع العالم إن دور ابن سلمان في السلطة محدود، والهدف هو أن يعيد نشاط العلاقات مع الدول المهمة في العالم التي لا تريد التعامل مع بلد يقودها شخص متهم بجريمة دولية Retweeted by Conflicts Forum

Rouhani in Iraq: Iran's Regional Geo-Economic & Geo-Strategic Agenda, by @HamidRezaAz @AlMonitor al-monitor.com/pulse/original…

ما سر المقالات المتزايدة التي تدعي أن الملك يجرد م ب س من بعض صلاحياته؟ ما هدف مثل هذه الإشاعات وأي جهة تقف خلفها؟ هل هي لتهدئة الرأي العالمي المحتقن ضد النظام أم أنها مناورات تثبت أن الملك مازال يحكم ؟ Retweeted by Conflicts Forum

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14/07/2006 Interview

The Rules of the Game

Tags: Hezbollah, Israel-Hezbollah war, Lebanon

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Mark Perry interviewed by Laura Rozen, The American Prospect, July 14, 2006 Mark Perry is co-director of the Conflicts Forum, a Beirut-based nongovernmental organization that

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01/07/2006 Interview

Interview with Alastair Crooke

Tags: Political Islam

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Sarah Stewart, The Middle East in London, July-August, 2006 Sarah Stewart: How did you become involved in the Middle East and how did this lead

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08/06/2006 Article

How to Lose the War on Terrorism:
V. The Politics of Indignation

/ Mark Perry & Alastair Crooke

Tags: Al Qaeda, Bush Administration, Neocons, Political Islam, Salafism, War on terrorism

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Asia Times, June 8, 2006 The foundational belief of the “war on terrorism” is that militant Islam is hollow. We are not fighting a credible

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06/06/2006 Article

How to Lose the War on Terrorism:
IV. Acts of Faith

/ Mark Perry & Alastair Crooke

Tags: Bush Administration, Neocons, Political Islam, Salafism

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Asia Times, June 6, 2006 That talking and listening would now seem so difficult is not the result of some inherent inability of differing cultures

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03/06/2006 Article

How to Lose the War on Terrorism:
III. An Exchange of Narratives

/ Mark Perry & Alastair Crooke

Tags: Dialogue, Hezbollah, Political Islam, War on terrorism

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Asia Times, June 3, 2006 There was a time in the immediate aftermath of September 11, 2001, when Western intellectuals debated the meaning of the

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01/06/2006 Article

Defend the NPT

/ Alastair Crooke

Tags: Iran, NPT

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Prospect, June, 2006 The struggle with Iran over nuclear issues is usually portrayed in the west as a reasonable effort to force Iran to comply

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