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- Putin triumphs over Trump at US-Russia summit July 16, 2018
- Trump-Putin summit brings end to frosty US-Russia relations July 16, 2018
- US ready for direct talks with Afghan Taliban July 16, 2018
- Journalist tried for reporting on Rohingya deaths testifies July 16, 2018
- Death toll rises in southern Iraq protests July 16, 2018
- Palestinians demand Israel return bodies of loved ones July 16, 2018
- Iran takes US to ICJ over re-imposed sanctions July 16, 2018
- Cornel West: 'Obama was never the revolutionary Mandela was' July 16, 2018
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The rebirth of the Egyptian revolution ushered in the death of the first Muslim Brotherhood government.Â But some near-sighted analysts limit the events of Egypt to aÂ military coup.Â Yes, the military is desperately trying to stay relevant â€” given theÂ enormous initiative of … Continue reading
The Generals have done it again! Egyptâ€™s president, Mohamed Morsi, was deposed one year after being democratically elected by the Egyptian people. For those opposed to Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), the move by the military is seen as … Continue reading
Let me come back to the story about Zhou Enlai, the Chinese Communist leader. When asked what he thought about the French Revolution, he famously answered: â€œItâ€™s too early to say.â€ This was considered a typical piece of ancient Chinese … Continue reading