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Israel-Palestine conflict

Israel-Palestine Conflict to Destabilize Middle East Despite Peace Plan

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Last updated on February 3rd, 2020Officials at the White House have claimed that the proposed Middle East peace plan will resolve the decades-long Israel-Palestine conflict. When the plan was released this week earlier, political critics, Palestinian authorities, and the Democrats voiced concerns against the plan and termed it as biased and unconstitutional. As per the…

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Iran Nuclear Program

New Sanctions and Extended Waivers will Change Iran Nuclear Program’s Fate

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Iran nuclear program, better known as the Iran nuclear deal, has remained a source of conflict since May 2018, when the US backed out from the deal. Since then, the once-stabilized US-Iran relations have deteriorated steadily to an extent that they are now hanging by a thread and stand at the brink of war. To…

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Palestinian Protests

Jared Kushner Speaks in Defense of Peace Plan amid Raging Palestinian Protests

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Even before the Middle East peace plan was revealed, Palestinian protests began to take shape and political experts started criticizing various aspects of the “deal of the century”. With speculations that the Trump administration will once again prioritize its relations with Israel over resolving the conflict proving to be true after the plan was released,…

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NO BAN Act

House Democrats Call for NO BAN Act along with Activists

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Since the 2016 presidential elections, certain issues and policies introduced by the White House have remained in the limelight from the past three years. Amongst those, travel ban, also known as the Muslim Ban, has sparked massive controversy and further put the country’s foreign relations at risk. Now, after the announcement by President Donald Trump…

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Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

US’ Favoritism and Ignorance Cannot Resolve Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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Israeli-Palestinian conflict has remained a major hurdle for the US in stabilizing the Middle East. While Jewish immigration and Israeli settlements in West Bank territory are responsible for the conflict, the biased inclination of the US towards Israel has also played a key role in worsening the already strained situation. However, from the last few…

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2020 Primary

Sanders-Clinton Feud Continues as 2020 Primary Elections Approach

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As the 2020 primary approaches, the past controversies and feud between the Democratic hopefuls have begin to make the news. A recent interview of former First Lady and New York Sen. Hillary Clinton has once again made the presidential campaign of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders questionable, creating a stir amongst the political pundits and voters.…

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wealth tax

Are Conservative Groups Marring the Wealth Tax out of Desperation?

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The conservative groups have begun to voice concerns against the wealth tax proposed by the Democratic hopefuls, as the presidential primaries are around the corner. In a bid to obtain maximum outreach, the right-wing groups are releasing papers to support their claims. The groups have said that the proposed plans of Democratic hopefuls, mainly Sens.…

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Saudi Criminals

Saudi Criminals Fleeing US Put Bilateral Relations at Risk

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A newly released document by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) revealed that the Saudi government has helped two dozen Saudi criminals to flee the US, saving them from embarrassment, punishment, and impeding the justice. As per the released document, criminals charged with serious offenses like rape, assault, manslaughter, and child pornography escaped the custody…

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US Troops

What’s the real motive behind Saudi paying for Troops’ deployment?

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White House officials continue to change stance on Saudi Arabia covering the cost of the additional US troops in the country, which began after the airstrikes on Saudi Oil facilities in September. After the claims of President Donald Trump that Saudi Arabia had “already deposited $1 billion in the bank” and Pentagon unable to confirm…

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