Monthly Archives: April 2012

The misery behind missile message

By Ameen Izzadeen Sending messages through missiles was a feature of the Cold War that had divided the world along ideological lines since the end of World War II till the Soviet Union crumbled in 1991. Many were the treaties … Continue reading

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The hidden horror in the holy land

By Ameen Izzadeen With the attention of the international media being focused on the US elections and the conflict in Syria, the Palestinian crisis receives little coverage these days although the happenings are many. Here are some of the developments … Continue reading

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The hell that is Iraq, who’s accountable

By Ameen Izzadeen March 23 marked the ninth anniversary of the United States’ invasion of Iraq and the first since the much-bandied-about withdrawal of US troops in December last year. Neither the invasion nor the withdrawal warrants celebration, especially as … Continue reading

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US troops in Darwin: The sleeping giant is awakening

By Ameen Izzadeen On Tuesday, a 200-strong American military contingent arrived in the northern Australian city of Darwin, in what is seen as a joint US-Australian effort to check China’s growing military power in the region. Their arrival in the … Continue reading

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