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Netanyahu’s New Push for War

by M.J. Rosenberg | Jul 17, 2013 | Foreign Policy

Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu warned that Iran is about to cross the nuclear red line and the U.S. had better do something about it. The election of Hassan Rowhani, a moderate president, is a game changer and likely means Iran will slow down its nuclear project. That’s good but not good enough for Israel’s […]

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Pull the Plug on the Peace Process

by M.J. Rosenberg | Jul 1, 2013 | Foreign Policy

I am not impressed by Secretary of State John Kerry’s failed but energetic attempt to broker a deal between Israelis and Palestinians. It’s not that I don’t think his heart is in the right place. I know from conversations with him when he was in the Senate that he totally gets what the Israeli-Palestinian conflict […]

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Dreaming the American Dream in Mexico

by Win Vitkowsky | Jun 28, 2013 | Foreign Policy, Media

Make a call to Time-Warner Cable’s customer service and you may find yourself talking to an American—in Mexico City. According to Jill Anderson, the author of Los Otros Dreamers, a forthcoming book about young Mexican-American adults who have been deported or who returned on their own volition, there is an industry growing in Mexico City […]

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Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer to Bring American-Style Islamophobia to the UK

by Richard Sudan | Jun 24, 2013 | Foreign Policy, Politics

The United Kingdom is about to receive two of America’s top exports in far-right extremism. The English Defence League, a group that advocates for the rights of the “European race,” invited anti-Muslim activists Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer (pictured, left) to speak at its rally on June 29. Geller is perhaps best known for a […]

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Nick Turse: The Terror Diaspora

by Nick Turse | Jun 19, 2013 | Foreign Policy

 The Gulf of Guinea. He said it without a hint of irony or embarrassment. This was one of U.S. Africa Command’s big success stories. The Gulf… of Guinea. Never mind that most Americans couldn’t find it on a map and haven’t heard of the nations on its shores like Gabon, Benin, and Togo. Never mind that just five days before I […]

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