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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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02/06/2005 Article

Listening and Talking

/ Mark Perry

Tags: Bush Administration, Dialogue, Hamas, Hezbollah, Lebanon, Occupied Territories, Political Islam

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Bitterlemons, June 2, 2005 It is said that, soon after the signing of the Oslo Accord, Hamas leader Abdul Aziz Rantisi traveled to Tunis to

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01/06/2005 Interview

The Need for Dialogue

Tags: Dialogue, Political Islam

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Alastair Crooke interviewed by Share International, June 1, 2005 Alastair Crooke spent almost 30 years in the British diplomatic service working on conflict resolution in

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01/06/2005 Article

In Search of Respect at the Table: Hamas Ceasefires 2001–03

/ Alastair Crooke

Tags: Dialogue, Hamas, Hezbollah, Occupied Territories, Palestinians

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Article posted on Conciliation Resources, June, 2005 “Negotiating without resistance leads to surrender. But negotiating with resistance leads to real peace…the world understood that the

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01/06/2005 Article

The Road Ahead: Perspectives on Disarming Hamas

/ Alastair Crooke

Tags: Hamas, Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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Conciliation Resources, June, 2005 The United States and Israel are adamant that Hamas’ political aspirations must come after unilateral and, if need be, coercive disarmament

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12/05/2005 Article

Apply Sparingly

/ Alastair Crooke

Tags: Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Mediation

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Bitterlemons, May 12, 2005 The international third party role (3PR) has been evolving into a remedy believed to hold quite wide-ranging restorative powers. It has

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28/04/2005 Interview

‘We Should see Islamists who Seek Democracy as Part of the Solution, not the Problem’

Tags: Dialogue, Islamists

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Alastair Crooke interviewed by Rami G. Khouri, Daily Star, April 28, 2005 Alastair Crooke, a former EU foreign affairs expert and British intelligence officer, is

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