Book Review: Arabia’s Rising – A Fresh Optic on the Islam & the Middle East

Insightful and bold, Arabia’s Rising is not only anchored in history, it is built on a critical analysis of those crises which have ailed the Middle East: sectarianism and radicalism. Looking ... Continue Reading →
Two Iranian women show their inked fingers and the stamp on their identity cards showing that they have voted.

How Iranians Vote

By Christopher Bollyn The Islamic Republic of Iran will have a presidential election on June 14, 2013. As an observer of elections in different countries I find ... Continue Reading →
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (L) during a meeting with Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in Damascus on March 7, 2010 (RT/AFP Photo / Sana)

Turkey and Syria: From friends to foes

As Turkey and Syria trade blame for the twin bombings that killed 46 people in a Turkish border town, RT’s Maria Finoshina travels to the Turkey-Syria border to ... Continue Reading →

What Will Happen to Android Device Production in Case of Korean War

An analyst says that a war in the Korean peninsula could directly and significantly affect electronic device manufacturing (including Android smartphones and tablets), as many important ... Continue Reading →

What Is the OHCHR doing About US/NATO Atrocities?

By Shenali Waduge Eurasiareview: The British medical journal Lancet reported that the US-led unprovoked 2003 bombing, invasion and military take-over of Iraq—which ... Continue Reading →
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Why Do Senators Boxer and Wyden Want to Bomb Iran?

Huffingtonpost: Remember when we pilloried John McCain for singing about bombing Iran?Wouldn’t it be a scandal if it turned out that California Senator Barbara ... Continue Reading →