Delegates from 70 countries met in Paris to try and jump-start stalled talks between Israeli and Palestinian leaders – and reaffirm their support for a two-state solution. But it seems that the conference has failed before it even started. Al Jazeera’s Inside Story looks into the outcomes of the conference, talking to experts and political […]
Derek Davison is a Washington-based researcher and writer on international affairs and American politics. He conducted an interview with two eminent intellectuals: historian Andrew Bacevich of Boston University’s Pardee School of Global Studies and political scientist John Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago. The interview’s focus was US policy in the Middle East. Click here […]
By Mahmoud Zidan Last week witnessed another case of plagiarism in U.S. politics. It involved Monica Crowley, a writer, analyst, and Republican-oriented commentator who regularly appears on Fox News and who was going to be appointed as the senior director of strategic communications for the U.S. National Security Council. According to Politico, Crowley “plagiarized numerous […]
Published January 19, 2017 WASHINGTON — The Center for Native American Youth (CNAY), a policy program at the Aspen Institute, will introduce the fifth class of CNAY Champions for Change through a series of events in Washington, DC next month. The 2017 Champions class includes CJ Francis (Pasamaquoddy Tribe), Faith Holyan (Navajo Nation), Mariah Gladstone […]
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden talks about the history of intelligence agencies and some notable whistleblowers. Continue reading →
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Gabbard’s office confirmed that the congresswoman met with several government leaders while in Damascus. Continue reading →
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