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When Will Egypt’s Coup End?

When Will Egypt’s Coup End?

Yes, it is was a Coup. There is no denying that. Mass rallies or not, the fact is that Egypt’s army removed the elected head of the Government, along with many of his counter parts in the Muslim Brotherhood. This ...

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A Noble and Much Maligned Act: A Case for Intervention

A Noble and Much Maligned Act: A Case for Intervention

(14/01/2013) I absolutely commend France’s action over their former colony. Over the past few days, France has finally come to the aid of Mali by providing considerable support through heavy aerial bombardment and more logistical help is on the way ...

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What Will It Take to End the Syrian Bloodshed?

What Will It Take to End the Syrian Bloodshed?

(29/10/2012) Alas, the newly appointed UN-Syrian Envoy Lakhdar Brahimi’s efforts have been in vain. The supposed truce during the religious holiday of Eid has evaporated in plumes of smoke while the regime bombards Damascus’s Suburbs and rebels attack government positions ...

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An Open Letter to the Embassy of Bahrain

An Open Letter to the Embassy of Bahrain

(21/01/2013) On the seventh of January this year, British Foreign Office officials expressed ‘deep dismay’ over Bahrain’s highest court’s decision to reject the appeal of 13 opposition activist. Not only has their appeal been rejected, they were convicted in a ...

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