Tag Archives: US Foreign policy

Palestine — the forgotten cause

By Claude Salhani — With the brouhaha over its attempts to decree a travel ban on citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, the Trump administration has much on its hands as it tries to imple­ment unpopular decisions. However, it might be … Continue reading

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Islamic State Looks To Mediterranean To Continue Oil Operations

By Claude Salhani | There is serious concern that the battle for control of Syria by the group calling itself the Islamic State may soon shift from the mountainous region where the fight for the border town of Kobani continues, … Continue reading

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Where is US Foreign Policy these Days?

By Claude Salhani | Tue, 28 January 2014 (This article was initially published in Oilprice.com There is a remarkable absence of a comprehensive US foreign policy in the Middle East with the Obama administration missing the beat on just about … Continue reading

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Making enemies faster than we can kill them

By Claude Salhani-Trend: Recent history of Middle East conflicts shows that there is only one success story but many failures. In all the wars -civil and otherwise – all the insurgencies, uprisings, revolutions and counter-revolutions that have taken place in … Continue reading

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