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Popular Pressures and Policy Options Awaiting Donald Trump

By Rami G. Khouri When Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were competing over the American vote, intense speculation over how either candidate’s foreign policy would impact the many tensions and wars in Middle East dominated the news. But in the end, it is just that — speculation that is likely to be overtaken by events the

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Canada Immigration Website Appears to Crash as Trump Lead Grows

By Jeffrey Hodgson TORONTO, Nov 9 – Maybe some Americans were serious when they threatened they would move to Canada if Republican presidential candidate became successful in his often polarizing campaign for the White House. Canada’s main immigration website appeared to suffer repeated outages on Tuesday night as Trump took the lead in several major

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Amid Scandal, Bluster and Insults, Trump Closes in on White House

By Bill Trott WASHINGTON – Supercharging the bluster, hyperbole and media mastery that made him one of the world’s best-known businessmen, Donald Trump upended U.S. democratic traditions on a 17-month quest he hopes will lead to the White House. From his grand Trump Tower escalator entrance into the Republican presidential race on June 16, 2015,

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Clinton Leads Trump by 5 Points, Swing States Tighten

By Chris Kahn NEW YORK, Nov 5 – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads Republican Donald Trump by 5 percentage points, according to a Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll released on Friday, keeping her advantage in a national survey while races tighten in several swing states. The Oct. 30-Nov. 3 opinion poll showed that 44 percent of

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Al Qaeda’s Ruthless Pragmatism Makes it More Dangerous Than Daesh

By Colin P. Clarke and Barak Mendelsohn Oct 30 – Policymakers and terrorism scholars are debating whether al Qaeda or Daesh is the more dangerous threat to the United States and the West. After the various bombings and attacks across the West, many experts insist Daesh is the more serious problem. That is a mistake.

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The Berkeley Intifada

The endless conflict in the Middle East roils the hotbed of 1960s radicalism By Alexander Nazaryan For a Palestinian supposedly determined to see Israel destroyed, Paul Hadweh looks remarkably like his fellow students at the University of California, Berkeley. I met the 22-year-old senior on the rooftop of a campus building, overlooking the expanse of San Francisco

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CAUTION: This is a Satire!

Donald Trump hasn’t won… yet! By Ramsay Short  The Trump Post Your Number 1 selling paper in all of America November 12, 2018. It has been two years since President Donald Trump was elected into office with a landslide victory over his opponent Hillary Clinton, who is now under house arrest awaiting trial after President

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Sudan Condemns U.S. Sept. 11 Law

KHARTOUM, Oct 4 – Sudan condemned on Tuesday a U.S. law that would allow families of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks to sue governments for damages, saying it undermined state sovereignty and could provoke reciprocal legislation. Sudan hosted Osama bin Laden, the al Qaeda leader behind the attacks, from 1991-1996, although it has

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