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Europa Europa: Blaired Vision Categories: Europe, Iraq, Islamic Extremism, Middle East     Author: Douglas Davis

The tectonic plates are shifting in the Middle East. Shi'ites are challenging Sunnis; Saudis are squaring up to Iranians; Iraq is drifting inexorably towards fragmentation; Lebanon is sliding back into Syria's clutches; the Palestinians are in violent free-fall; major players in the region - galvani

How They Did It Categories: Iraq     Author: Kimberley Kagan

The surge of operations that American and Iraqi forces began on June 15 has dramatically improved security in Baghdad and throughout Iraq. US commanders and soldiers have reversed the negative trends of 2006, some of which date back to 2005.

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Howard's achievements, Rudd's promise Categories: Australasia, Iraq, Israel, Middle East, Op-eds     Author: Colin Rubenstein

The new Rudd Government gives every indication of not only seeking to match, but if possible, even improve on the excellent record of the Howard Government in terms of both willingness to act on Jewish domestic concerns and also Australia's support for Israel's security and peacemaking efforts.

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Iraq's Hopeful Numbers Categories: Iraq, Updates     Author: AIJAC staff

The casualty figures from Iraq, both military and civilian, over the last couple of months have shown a major improvement - involving an overall decline of more than 50% and in Baghdad, over 80%.

The Biblio File: The Usual Suspect Categories: Iraq, Middle East, United States     Author: Jeffery Goldberg

The villains in The Israel Lobby and US Foreign Policy are almost entirely Jewish. Many of the chapters of the book contain extensive lists of Jews (even Rothschilds) who, the authors claim, act against the best interests of the United States. And act effectively: the Israel lobby in this book is an

Primary Colours Categories: Iraq, Middle East, United States     Author: Adam Frey

Though the US presidential election is still a year away, the Democratic and Republican primary campaigns have been in full swing for some time. And, owing to a new and severely front-loaded primary schedule beginning in January, the parties may know their nominee by mid-February.

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