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Znet Article, January, 03 2009
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For eighteen months the entire 1.5 million people of Gaza experienced a punishing blockade imposed by Israel, and a variety of traumatizing challenges to the normalcy of daily life. A flicker of hope emerged some six months ago when an Egyptian ar...
Znet Article, January, 02 2009
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The assault on Gaza, planned over six months and executed with perfect timing, was designed largely, as Neve Gordon has rightly observed, to help the incumbent parties triumph in the forthcoming Israeli elections. The dead Palestinians are little ...
Znet Article, January, 01 2009
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Everyone wondered, when Obama won the election, if he would hold to his pledge to withdraw from Iraq. The Pentagon and its political allies had other plans, and were already seeking to reverse the United States' existing agreement with the Iraqi g...
Znet Article, December, 28 2008
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The top ten myths...
Znet Article, December, 26 2008
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On December 15, around 200 intellectuals in Turkey launched an Internet petition1 apologizing for the Armenian Genocide. Soon thereafter, hell broke loose.
Znet Article, December, 25 2008
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Israel's siege of Gaza began on 5 November, the day after an Israeli attack inside the strip, no doubt designed finally to undermine the truce between Israel and Hamas established last June. Although both sides had violated the agreement before, t...
Znet Article, December, 22 2008
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Sebahat Tuncel is a prominent Turkish Kurdish human rights activist, member of parliament and foreign affairs representative for the Democratic Society Party (DTP), one of Turkeyâ€™s largest and most important leftist and pro-Kurdish formations. ...
Znet Article, December, 13 2008
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The noble spirit of the universal declaration of human rights is betrayed by a lack of help for Gaza.
Znet Article, December, 07 2008
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The New York Times is reporting an "apparent evolution" in president-elect Barack Obama's thinking on Iraq, citing recent statements about his plan to keep a "residual force" in the country and his pledge to "listen to the recommendations of my co...
Znet Article, December, 06 2008
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Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of the Egyptian real estate tax-collectors' December 2007 strike for higher wages -- which they won.
Znet Article, December, 01 2008
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As President-elect Barack Obama focuses on the meltdown of the U.S. economy, another fire is burning: the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Znet Article, November, 17 2008
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President-elect Barack Obama's election victory has revived hopes that stalled Palestinian-Israeli peace negotiations could finally lead to a two-state solution. Few new presidents have been greeted with such optimism and associated high expectati...
Znet Article, November, 12 2008
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Sons are not responsible for the racism of their fathers. But they do have a responsibility to let others know that they disagree vehemently with such sentiments. This is certainly the case for individuals in public service, particularly the man P...
Znet Article, October, 29 2008
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Whatever the U.S.-Iraqi "agreement" ends up looking like, it is unlikely to have much of an effect on the occupation.
Znet Article, October, 25 2008
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Ongoing violence is down, but Iraq is still the most dangerous country in the world.
Znet Article, October, 23 2008
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The final draft of the U.S.-Iraq Status of Forces agreement on the U.S. military presence represents an even more crushing defeat for the policy of the George W. Bush administration than previously thought, the final text reveals.
Znet Article, October, 07 2008
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When it comes to Palestine and Israel, the US simply doesn't get it. Biden and Palin hid like rabbits from the centre of the Middle East earthquake.
Znet Article, October, 06 2008
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A New Book Interview...
Znet Article, October, 05 2008
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Clandestine gun suppliers, funded by the U.S. and Iraqi governments, have flooded Iraq with a million weapons since 2003, charges a new Amnesty International investigation...
Znet Article, September, 25 2008
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Afghanistan may have been a war unexpected in Canada, but a familiarity with American expectations concerning the New American Century combined with the fawning willingness of the Canadian military would make it more probable than improbable. In ...