Monthly Archives: February 2017

Kim and China playing Trump cards

By Ameen Izzadeen Kim Jong-un has some guts. The North Korean leader’s foolhardiness apparently knows no bounds. Though baby faced, he is dangerous. He has only contempt for the United States. The maverick regime’s eccentric leader dismisses with a characteristic … Continue reading

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Trump and Iran: Restraint not rhetoric

By Ameen Izzadeen Donald Trump is a newsmaker extraordinary. It is no exaggeration to say that from the day he assumed office on January 20, not a single morning passes without a Trump-related breaking news item greeting us as we … Continue reading

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Muslims in Trump’s America: They came before Columbus

By Ameen Izzadeen In 2003, six months after US troops invaded Iraq, I met this young Afro American researcher in Chicago, while I was touring the United States under a State Department International Visitors’ Programme. He was Amir Nashid Alid … Continue reading

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