Grievance Against Governance in Iran

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by Ali Reza Eshraghi Now that the wave of recent protests that swept across Iran is over, let us be humble. There was much disagreement about the causes of the protests, but let us admit we were united in amazement:… Continue Reading  

Time to Return to 1986 and the Spirit of Reykjavik

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by Sergey Batsanov In recent days, news of the US presidential campaign, Brexit dilemmas, and the wars in Syria and Yemen have distracted attention from a quiet event in the capital of Iceland. There, on October10-11, took place an international… Continue Reading  

Srebrenica Could Have Been Prevented

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by Robert E. Hunter This Saturday, we remember the slaughter at the Bosnian Moslem enclave at Srebrenica, 20 years ago. Bosnian Serb forces under the command of Ratko Mladi? systematically murdered at least 8,000—probably more—men and boys. Mladi? acted undoubtedly… Continue Reading  

On WWI Centenary, Will Congress Repeat the Blunders of Russia and Germany?

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by Jim Lobe In just a week, 2014 will dawn upon us, and, as we approach the mid-year mark, the number of op-eds, retrospectives, and documentaries about the Great War that broke out 100 years before, will likely be overwhelming.… Continue Reading