Monthly Archives: October 2013

Telling Enemies from Friends in the Arab World Insurgencies, A Story

Why its not easy to define “friends and enemies” in the Arab world. In writing about the Arab world, the black and white is rarely there. Things are never clear-cut. I recall one particular incident that reminds me of this … Continue reading

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Obama’s Foreign Policy Doctrine: Kowtow to Your Enemies, Kick Your Allies

The latest example of the hapless and sophomoric Obama administration approach to foreign policy is the suspension of military aid to Egypt.  Who is being punished by this move? Who benefits? Well, of course internally, the vastly unpopular Muslim Brotherhood … Continue reading

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