Monthly Archives: May 2013

China’s strategy and new cold war undercurrents

By Ameen Izzadeen High-level movements across the Asian diplomatic chess board in the past two weeks have once again brought to the surface the undercurrents in Asian politics. The movements involved Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang’s visit to India and … Continue reading

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Exodus in reverse and the Zionist pharaoh

By Ameen Izzadeen As the world’s attention is on the crisis in Syria, the problem at the core of the Middle Eastern conflict gets scant media coverage. Yes, the Palestinian crisis which has been eluding a solution for the past … Continue reading

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Anti-Muslim hate campaign: Peace activists’ cry only a murmur

By Ameen Izzadeen The genie is out and it is difficult to put it back into the bottle, say concerned Sri Lankans as anti-Muslim hatred spreads far and wide, evoking fears of a major ethnic riot which the country last … Continue reading

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The political chemistry of chemical weapons in Syria

By Ameen Izzadeen If Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has not crossed the red line or won’t cross it, then take the red line to him. This was what some countries appear to be doing in their effort to bring about … Continue reading

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