Opinion

How Putin is pushing his Army officers through a ‘meat grinder’ of death

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Russia has now lost at least 100 senior officers since it invaded Ukraine earlier this year, according to some tallies.

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Who will be Lebanon’s next president ? Specs being devised and the wish list is too long

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By Sami Haddad The term of outgoing president Michel Aoun will soon expire , October 31, to be exact ,

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Inside the Russian prison where Ukrainians being tortured to death is ‘Absolute Evil’

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By: Luke Harding – Guardian foreign correspondent Entrepreneur Anna Vorosheva accuses Moscow of murder after spending 100 days in the Olenivka detention

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Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan was a lesson in courage to her male colleagues- Opinion

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ANUSHAY HOSSAIN , AUTHOR OF “THE PAIN GAP: HOW SEXISM AND RACISM IN HEALTHCARE KILL WOMEN” ON 8/3/22 AT 2:51 PM EDT

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The real reason Xi is upset over Pelosi’s Taiwan visit

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By Valerie Shen US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) visit to Taiwan has ignited major controversy even in her own party. Some say

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Is Iran bluffing Biden about its enriched uranium stockpile?

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Tehran’s numbers don’t add up. They seem to be exaggerated to pressure Biden for sanctions relief. By Blaise Misztal U.S.

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With rampant corruption Lebanon’s economic crisis deepens

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By Thanassis Cambanis Two weeks ago, I returned to Beirut for my first visit to Lebanon since an economic crash

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Will Biden be able to convince Middle East allies that US is a reliable security partner ?

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By Daniel L. Byman, Senior Fellow – Foreign Policy, Center for Middle East Policy As President Joe Biden prepares to travel to

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The fall of the House of Arslan: How a newcomer ousted a dynasty

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Voters in Mount Lebanon’s Aley district unseated long-time politician Prince Talal Arslan, electing reform-minded political newcomer Marc Daou in his

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Iran going nuclear, after 2 decades of failed western strategy

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How two decades of misjudgments by Washington helped lead Tehran to the nuclear brink. After more than two decades of

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