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Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Kuwait have collectively injected more than $ 25 billion since el-Sisi manoeuvred the ousting of Mohamad Morsi, the first democratically elected president in Egypt.
by Anas Iqtait - 26/08/2016 - 5 comments
Both sides have a very powerful and widely influential constituency that still believes they can have it all.
by Alon Ben-Meir - 26/08/2016 - 1 comment
'What would we think if thousands of Japanese wanted to descend on Darwin to celebrate the [19 February 1942] bombing of Darwin?'
by Willy Bach - 25/08/2016 - 19 comments
The report compiled from 4,000 interviews and 24 focus groups was released with the heading: ‘Indonesians and Australians not so different after all’. Wrong.
by Duncan Graham - 25/08/2016 - 16 comments
Mahmoud Abbas’s decision to prosecute Britain for publishing the 1917 Balfour Declaration amounts to an outright rejection of the right of the Jewish people to have their own state.
by David Singer - 24/08/2016 - 21 comments
The reformist leader of the post-Mao revolution understood that if the Chinese state was seen to capitulate to the Tianmen Square demonstrators the Communist Party of China’s (CCP) monopoly on power would inevitably be undermined.
by William Hill - 23/08/2016 - 11 comments
Some commitments and ideas reflected in ASEM 11 documents deserve to be universally known.
by Ioan Voicu - 19/08/2016 - 1 comment
Unless distrust, insecurity, and illusions are first addressed, no incentives-however sweeping and compelling-will motivate Israel and the Palestinians to make the critical concessions needed to reach a peace agreement.
by Alon Ben-Meir - 18/08/2016 - 5 comments
In ripping up these assurances Obama had undermined Israel's security concerns and negotiating positions as agreed with Obama's immediate predecessor.
by David Singer - 16/08/2016 - 3 comments
Given that the EU has been Australia’s largest investor and economic partner for the past 25 years, it is pertinent to reflect on what an EU without Britain might look like.
Despite this attempt by the Communist Party to encourage more births, China is headed for a two-pronged demographic disaster.
by Simon Louie - 12/08/2016 - 21 comments
Even if Tim Costello and his colleagues can show that the charges against Mohammed El Halibi are trumped up, Israel will not end the siege of Gaza or the occupation of Palestinian lands.
by Stuart Rees - 11/08/2016 - 13 comments


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