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anti-Semitism

How Israel Won its Fight against anti-Semitism?

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Anti-Semitism has been a part of the society from a long time. While the issue has been immensely criticized across the globe, Israel made serious efforts to curb and limit its impact. Many countries and international organizations have enacted policies to curb the anti-Semitic ideology. Yet, Israel’s efforts have proved a key factor in ending…

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Military Conflicts

Why $3.3B Aid to Israel won’t End Military Conflicts in Middle East?

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As the Middle East simmers in the military conflicts and the US struggles to maintain its hold in the region, the Republican and Democratic Senators joined hands to ensure relations with Israel continue to sail smooth by introducing a legislation that will provide Israel an annual aid of $3.3 billion.  Republican Senator Marco Rubio and…

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Suleimani

Airstrike on Iran Kills Suleimani and Trump’s Impeachment Hype

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Intensifying the rivalry with Iran, President Trump on January 3 decided to launch an airstrike that killed one of the most crucial personalities of the Islamic Republic, Major General Qassim Suleimani. The death of its top military commander not only left the Middle Eastern nation devastated, but also complicated the already strained political sphere of…

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Libyan Conflict

Turkish Troops’ Intervention in Libyan Conflict to have Negative Impact

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In a possible bid to end the Libyan conflict, gain control over Libya’s resources, challenge the US authority in the Middle East, and retaliate against the US’ Libya Stabilization Act, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will be deploying troops in the country. Though several attempts have been made in the past to resolve the conflict…

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Erik Prince’s secret visit to Venezuela could be a U.S. comm-line

Erik Prince’s secret visit to Venezuela could be a U.S. comm-line

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Erik Prince, American security baron and one of Donald Trump’s allies, held a secret meeting with Venezuelan Vice-President Delcy Rodriguez last month, Bloomberg said. Rodriguez is also closely connected with Venezuela President, Nicolas Maduro. Prince’s visit to Venezuela, according to a source was an “outreach” to Maduro’s government, which came only a few months after…

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Libya Stabilization Act

Will Libya Stabilization Act Boost US’ Hold in the Middle East?

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To curb the nation-wide political unrest, which has severely crippled Libya’s economy, and bring stability in the MENA region, the US lawmakers introduced Libya Stabilization Act last month. Under the act, the US will impose sanctions on individuals responsible for promoting unrest within the country, furnish a report on the involvement of foreign governments, and…

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UN Security Council

US-UN Security Council Meet to Aggravate Tensions in Korean Peninsula

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The human right violations in North Korea, which have been taking from the past few years and have gone unheard by the UN Security Council, have only been encouraging the country’s leader Kim Jong-un in not bringing a change in his policies that are majorly responsible for the country’s plight. On Wednesday, North Korean ambassador…

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2020 Democratic Primary

Why Kamala Harris had to Suspend her 2020 Democratic Primary Campaign?

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Once considered as the possible frontrunner of 2020 Democratic primary race, California Sen. Kamala Harris suspended her presidential campaign on Tuesday. Harris announced her exit in a video on Twitter, citing lack of financial resources as the reason behind suspending her campaign. The California Senator had begun her campaign with an impressive rally in Oakland…

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Bernie Sanders

Media Neglect Could Be Jeopardizing Sanders’ 2020 Election Chance

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Hailed as a healthy fight within the political ranks of the Democratic Party, each potential presidency candidate is presenting big policy ideas. Ideas that would overhaul the U.S. health care system, address climate change and provide free college tuition. However, even more than agendas, it is the media popularity that multiplies the chances of a…

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