Monthly Archives: January 2011

Palestine Papers: Who planted this plot?

By Ameen Izzadeen If the Al-Jazeera revelations are true, then the Palestinian Authority, perhaps, is one of the greatest deceptions in the intrigue-ridden politics of West Asia. But is it? Don’t jump to hasty conclusions. Never would the Palestinian people, … Continue reading

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Tunisia: Rogues remain despite revolution

By Ameen Izzadeen Tunisia’s jasmine revolution has begun to wither away, days after it bloomed and caught the world powers and the Arab world unawares. Withering away with it are hopes that the winds of democracy will blow across the … Continue reading

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Palestine: Chile puts Obama in hot water

By Ameen Izzadeen Like a flicker of a distant star, a positive trend in world politics is apparent. Many nations which once feared to defy the United States seem to be asserting their freedom in world politics. Chile’s recognition last … Continue reading

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Doomsday scenario from disaster capitalism

Decade of decay and deception Part II By Ameen Izzadeen The usual fireworks and revelry that welcomed 2011 seven days ago belied the emptiness brought about by the absence of a genuine resolve by world powers to direct the course … Continue reading

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