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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, 1 week ago
Why Arab states are supporting U.S. Big News Network, 1 week ago
'Why Arab states support U.S.' CNN, 1 week ago

Syria raids show Saudi, UAE ambition to extend regional authority

* Well-armed Gulf Arabs emerge as military players * Saudi, UAE assert interests vigorously in Arab world * Hostility to Islamists is a shared theme DUBAI/RIYADH, Sept 30 (Reuters) - The decision by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates ...
 CNBC2 days ago Syria raids show Saudi, UAE plan to extend regional might  Trade Arabia2 days ago
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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 Internationalist2 weeks ago The Iraq Crisis  ZNet1 month ago The Iraq crisis: The lies of the media and political elite  Morning Star Online1 month ago Viewpoints: How to defeat Islamic State group  BBC1 month 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
BBC

Sandhurst and the sheikhs

It's a place where future leaders get to know each other, says Michael Stephens, deputy director of the Royal United Services Institute, Qatar. And Sandhurst gives the UK influence in the Gulf. "The [UK] gets the kind of attention from Gulf policy ...
 BBC1 month ago

UK government accused of 'confusing' stance on Iraq

Douglas Alexander, UK shadow foreign secretary and Labour politician, spoke out on Monday (18.08.2014) to call for greater clarity in Britain's strategy for tackling the crisis triggered by the advance of "Islamic State" (IS) militants in Iraq. ...
 Deutsche Welle1 month ago UK Accused of 'Confusing' Stance On Iraq  Defense-Aerospace1 month ago
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