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Lessons in How to Hate ChinaPolitics

Lessons in How to Hate China

BY WILLIAM BRIGGS In an often-confused world, some things have a ring of certainty. The steady rise in anti-Chinese rhetoric is
18543 Syrian  industrial facilities return to productionEconomy

18543 Syrian industrial facilities return to production

Private sector industry began to recover as a result of governmental supported steps which were adopted to provide legislative and
Over dozen ships carrying fuel, food impounded in Saudi portMiddle East

Over dozen ships carrying fuel, food impounded in Saudi port

A Yemeni maritime official says the Saudi-led coalition has impounded more than a dozen ships carrying energy derivatives and food destined
Iran Says Najaf Consulate Attack Was Likely Organised, Not the Work of Iraqi DemonstratorsSecurity

Iran Says Najaf Consulate Attack Was Likely Organised, Not the Work of Iraqi Demonstrators

The Iranian consulate building in Najaf was set on fire several times last month amid protests that rocked the south
Intelligence Indicates ‘Potential Iranian Attack’ Against US Forces in Middle EastSecurity

Intelligence Indicates ‘Potential Iranian Attack’ Against US Forces in Middle East

by Oleg Burunov Last week, Iranian General Allahnoor Noorollahi announced that Tehran is ready for “the greatest war against the greatest
Lebanon Protesters: Ensure a Unified ‘B-Team’ Runs Any New, Responsive GovernmentMiddle East

Lebanon Protesters: Ensure a Unified ‘B-Team’ Runs Any New, Responsive Government

By Dr. Barbara G. Ellis As Lebanon’s massive, countrywide, anti-government demonstrations continue, the vacuum provides time for those ardent, long suffering
Iraq Protests: Who Holds the Initiative and Who Has the PowerMiddle East

Iraq Protests: Who Holds the Initiative and Who Has the Power

By Elijah J. Magnier There is little doubt that Sayyed Moqtada al-Sadr controls the streets in Iraq and can make peaceful protests violent