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Why Arab states support U.S.

>Editor's note: Jane Kinninmont is deputy head of the Middle East and North Africa Program at London-based Chatham House, and is currently directing a research project on Future Trends In Big News Network, 4 weeks ago
Why Arab states are supporting U.S. Big News Network, 4 weeks ago
'Why Arab states support U.S.' CNN, 4 weeks ago
United Kingdom Parliament

Lords quiz academics and campaign groups on women in media

21 October 2014 The House of Lords Communications Committee's new inquiry into the representation of women in news and current affairs broadcasting will kick off on Tuesday 21 October. They will question leading ...
 United Kingdom Parliament3 days ago

Death Sentence for Saudi Cleric Sparks Protests

LONDON— There has been an international outcry in recent days after a judge in Saudi Arabia handed down a death sentence to a prominent Shiite cleric, prompting protests among the minority Shiite population in the country. Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr ...
 VOA News6 days ago
Miami Herald

Yemen's Shiite rebels win another stunning victory

Houthi Shiite Yemenis wearing an army uniforms, stand near the coffins of a men who were killed last … Houthi Shiite Yemenis ride on a pickup truck during funeral of victims who were killed last Thursday … Mourners carry coffins during a ...
 Yahoo! News1 week ago
Deutsche Welle

Bahraini prince could face UK arrest over torture allegations

Human rights defenders are holding it up as an auspicious moment in the story of the contemporary Bahrain. It was the moment the High Court in London ruled Prince Nasser Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa would no longer enjoy the luxury of immunity from ...
 Deutsche Welle2 weeks ago
Ya Libnan

Syria airstrikes: Saudi Arabia, UAE reshaping the balance of power in the M.E.

8:26 AM Picture of the son of the Crown Prince Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud returning to base. Photo released by the Saudi authorities The decision by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to join air strikes in Syria reflects an ...
 Ya Libnan2 weeks ago Syria Raids Show Saudi, UAE Ambition To Extend Regional Authority  Gulf Business2 weeks ago Syria raids show Saudi, UAE plan to extend regional might  Trade Arabia3 weeks ago
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AINA

ISIS Leading Middle East Into Warlord Era As Nations Dissolve

A fighter of Libya's Fajr Libya (Libyan Dawn) militia watches as he keeps a position his group took from a rival militia in the southern part of the town of Wershfana, some 27 kilometres West of the Libyan capital Tripoli, on September 29, 2014. As ...
 AINA2 weeks ago Mideast Risks Warlord Era as Jihadists Rise, Nations Fail  BusinessWeek2 weeks ago Middle East descending into warlord era as nations dissolve  Stuff.co.nz3 weeks ago Islamic State Leads Mideast Into Warlord Era as Nations Dissolve  Bloomberg3 weeks ago
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Gulf News

Extremists thriving after collapse of order

Failure of governments to provide security is empowering warlords across the region Riyadh: The Middle East may be sliding toward a warlord era, with nation-states increasingly struggling to control all their territory and millions living under the ...
 Gulf News2 weeks ago
New Internationalist

Are we walking into a trap set by Islamic State?

So, Barack Obama's new strategy on how to fight Islamic State (IS) has gone into action. On Monday night, a US air strike southwest of Baghdad destroyed an IS fighting position that had been firing on Iraqi forces. Actually, US fighter planes ...
 New Internationalist1 month ago The Iraq Crisis  ZNet2 months ago The Iraq crisis: The lies of the media and political elite  Morning Star Online2 months ago Viewpoints: How to defeat Islamic State group  BBC2 months ago

Sandhurst's sheikhs

Matthew Teller Generations of foreign royals - particularly from the Middle East - have learned to be military leaders at the UK's Sandhurst officer training academy. But is that still a good idea. Since 1812, the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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