Monthly Archives: July 2012

War escalates in Syria, but who’s afraid of peace?

By Ameen Izzadeen The West’s moves aimed at regime change in Syria are on a fast track. But regime change won’t come about as easily as the West thinks. Syria is certainly not going to be like Iraq or Libya … Continue reading

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Asia becomes flashpoint of big power conflicts

By Ameen Izzadeen As tension builds up between China and Japan over disputed islands in the seas separating the two countries, one wonders whether the pawns are being moved to checkmate China, the world’s number two economic power. Though in … Continue reading

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US vs. Pakistan: The saga behind the ‘sorry’ that settles the seven-month standoff

By Ameen Izzadeen Politics is sometimes an eyeball-to-eyeball game. The one who blinks first is out. In the game played by Pakistan and the United States, the question is: Who blinked first? If media reports are to be believed, it … Continue reading

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