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The Case for Dividing Iraq
At the turn of the 20th century the territory which is today's Iraq was managed by the Sultan's government in Istanbul as three separate provinces (vilayets).
The Little Known WMD Threat During The Second War in Lebanon
When hostilities broke out in July between Israel and Hezbollah following the abduction of two IDF soldiers and the killing of eight others, Israel retaliated by first destroying all of Hezbollah's medium and long range missiles.
Trouble in Baluchistan
Pakistan's gas and oil reserves under threat of tribal leaders' demands for greater sharing of revenues.
Hezbollah Weapons Systems: G2 Analyst Special Report
More than 200 hundred rockets were fired from south Lebanon into Israel on Friday and Saturday adding up to over 1,000 over the past two weeks.
How Could It Happen – New Zealand and 9/11 Jihadi Terror...
New Zealand security and intelligence authorities embarrassed by 9/11 terrorist suspect who turns up in a New Zealand flight school.
Hezbollah – A Possible Tool in The Service of Iran
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's aggressive verbal maneuvers and his close relations with the Lebanese Hezbollah are part of Iran's overall intimidation policies. If he goes too far Israel will undoubtedly teach him a serious lesson.
The Shadow Terrorists of North America
Legal activities to save and protect the environment are to be commended but like any other ideological philosophy the fringe does not comply with rules of law and order...
Beware of Laughing At The Man Wearing New Balance Sneakers
One of the more bizarre events at the rim of the battle for Iraq happened some two weeks ago when U.S. Army Maj. General Rick Lynch tried to ridicule Jordanian born terrorist Musab al-Zarqawi.
Generals and Politicians
Those who support the generals in their call to sack the Secretary of Defense are playing with fire, probably without realizing the potential ramifications of this action.
U.S. Global Strategic Missile Project
The U.S. global missile defense program is slowly gaining momentum. Following Japan's decision to join the ambitious project, the U.S. is now negotiating with Poland.
Three Years Down – More to Come?
At the beginning of the fourth year of the war some tend to forget the U.S. initiated this campaign with wide-open eyes but at the same time with limited thought given to its aftermath.
Water Wars are Looming on the Horizon
U.K. Minister of Defense John Reid revealed he had instructed his department to examine strategic aspects related to energy, water resources and the availability and situation of arable land worldwide.
The Baseej Force of Iran to Receive Full Police-Military Powers
On the 27th anniversary of the Iranian Baseej militia President Ahmadinejad said the one million strong force of volunteers would now become part of Iran's military and police systems.
Iran Benefits From Chaos in Iraq
The rapid return from Lebanon last week of Ayatollah Muqtada al-Sadr, better known as the militant leader of the Mahadi Militia in Iraq, is significant not only because of the young clergy's concern...
An Anti-Terror Political Party Formed in Somalia
Western intelligence analysts specializing in events around the Horn of Africa say it is unclear what lays behind the forming of a new political party, which is nothing more than a group of warlords.
Russia’s Recent Approach to Hamas Creates Unjustified Anger
From a strategic point of view the Russian president acted with Russian interests in mind and in light of his own problems with Muslim insurgency in the Caucasus.