Monthly Archives: February 2016

Kurds Are New Middle East Power Broker: Why Turkey is Nervous about Kurds

  Turkey is shelling Kurdish forces across the border in northern Syria. As Kurdish forces move forward, village after village is falling under the control of these Kurdish forces as they are trying to gain access to Azaz, Syria and … Continue reading

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    Cold War Turned Hot

The twenty-first century carries a lot of baggage from the past. The Cold War may be over, but just as the two global struggles of the first half of the twentieth century left a legacy of trouble, not peace, the … Continue reading

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Respect Should Be Two Ways, Not One Way

  Respect is a good cornerstone on which to build human relationships. In the United States today, as in all Western countries, there is a growing Muslim population. Increasingly many of us have Muslim neighbors, co-workers, teachers, and doctors. Moreover, … Continue reading

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