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Indonesia And Paraguay: New Prospects For A Greater Partnership – Analysis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
On November 29, 2014, Paraguay will celebrate the 33rd anniversary of the establishment of its diplomatic relations with the Republic of Indonesia, the world’s fourth largest nation with over 252 million people and one of the N – 11 Economies [1] and together with Paraguay is also a member of the Group of Eleven (G11), […] The post Indonesia And Paraguay: New Prospects For A Greater Partnership – Analysis appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Mexico Is Deliberately Aiding Illegal Aliens – OpEd - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
It no doubt strikes a lot of Americans as odd that a U.S. Marine reservist, Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, a 25 year old California native who had served two tours of duty in Afghanistan, was arrested in March for illegally entering Mexico when he made a wrong turn in Tijuana. Being in possession of registered firearms, […] The post Mexico Is Deliberately Aiding Illegal Aliens – OpEd appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Gaza War, Day 11: 246 Palestinian Dead, Ground Invasion – OpEd - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
Today is the day that brings even more death and destruction than previous days.  Israel, tiring of not being able to bring Hamas to its knees with a merciless air assault and a fraudulent ceasefire offer, decided to put the screws on.  The troops go in.  The young boys eager for a kill, whose commanding […] The post Gaza War, Day 11: 246 Palestinian Dead, Ground Invasion – OpEd appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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MH17: Who Did It? What Next? – OpEd - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
By Gwynne Dyer Maybe the crew who launched the missile that brought down Malaysian Airlines flight 17 over eastern Ukraine on Thursday afternoon were trained professionals, but it seems unlikely. That crew (or somebody else) was good enough to down three Ukrainian Air Force planes over the rebel-held zone in the past week, but they […] The post MH17: Who Did It? What Next? – OpEd appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Afro-Uruguay: A Brief History - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
By George Reid Andrews When we think of the great nations of the African diaspora—Brazil, Cuba, Haiti, the United States—the South American republic of Uruguay is not one of the first names to come to mind. To the contrary: the recipient of almost 600,000 European immigrants between 1880 and 1930, Uruguay has long presented itself […] The post Afro-Uruguay: A Brief History appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Blowback On The Border: America’s Child Refugee Crisis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
By Laura Carlsen After three years of relative silence, the U.S. press has finally “discovered” the crisis of tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors piling up on the U.S. border. Although the coverage often began with moving stories of the hardships these young migrants faced, it soon turned ugly. For right-wing pundits and politicians, the […] The post Blowback On The Border: America’s Child Refugee Crisis appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Ukraine’s Struggle For Democracy: Severe Challenges Ahead – Analysis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
By Adrian A. Basora and Aleksandr Fisher On May 25, 2014, Petro Poroshenko was elected president of Ukraine with 54.7 percent of the vote. President Vladimir Putin said he would respect the election results, despite having previously stated that he would consider any Ukrainian election illegitimate. Thus, when Poroshenko was inaugurated on June 7, many […] The post Ukraine’s Struggle For Democracy: Severe Challenges Ahead – Analysis appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Global Nomads: Key Players For Global Growth - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
Statistics show that companies are becoming more selective about whom they send abroad and where they send them. At the same time, more international companies are opting for shorter assignments. Executives posted abroad with their families are becoming a relic of the past due to the high cost of such moves. And although most expat […] The post Global Nomads: Key Players For Global Growth appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Spain Expresses ‘Grave Concern’ Over Situation In Gaza - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
Spain expressed Friday its grave concern at the official Israeli announcement of on the ground intervention in Gaza. The Spanish government said it regrets the decision and strongly urges maximum restraint and the strict respect for the lives of civilians and of social services facilities such as schools and health centres. Spain reiterated its call […] The post Spain Expresses ‘Grave Concern’ Over Situation In Gaza appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Young Women With Sexy Social Media Photos Seen As Less Competent - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
Girls and young women who post sexy or revealing photos on social media sites such as Facebook are viewed by their female peers as less physically and socially attractive and less competent to perform tasks, a new study from Oregon State University indicates. “This is a clear indictment of sexy social media photos,” said researcher […] The post Young Women With Sexy Social Media Photos Seen As Less Competent appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Tea Party Support Linked To Educational Segregation - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
In January of 2009, Barack Obama assumed the U.S. presidency in the midst of the most severe recession since the great depression of the 1930s. While many Americans hoped the new administration would take an active role in providing relief for those harmed by the economic collapse, a “Tea Party” movement emerged to oppose Obama’s […] The post Tea Party Support Linked To Educational Segregation appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Pope Francis Calls Israel, Palestine Presidents - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
By Elise Harris In wake of the rising death toll in Gaza due to increased tensions between Israel and Palestine, Pope Francis made a personal call to both presidents in order to ask for peace. “Following last Sunday’s heartfelt appeal for continued prayer for peace in the Holy Land, this morning the Holy Father Francis […] The post Pope Francis Calls Israel, Palestine Presidents appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Chinese Artist Evicted After Painting Abandoned, Aborted Babies - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
A prominent Beijing-based artist has been evicted from a studio in the capital by China’s state security police after he made artworks of fetuses aborted and babies abandoned under the country’s controversial family-planning controls. “My works showed aspects of the family planning issue, and a lot canvases showed fetuses that had been thrown away,” Wang […] The post Chinese Artist Evicted After Painting Abandoned, Aborted Babies appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Malaysia MH17 Crash: 10 Questions For Ukraine To Answer - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1907201...
Some Western states and Kiev rushed to find Russian involvement in the MH17 crash having no evidence to back their claims, Russia’s Deputy Defense Minister told RT. He invited Ukraine to answer 10 questions to prove their commitment to an impartial probe. Speaking to RT, Russia’s Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov has criticized Western countries […] The post Malaysia MH17 Crash: 10 Questions For Ukraine To Answer appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Contexts Of Future Conflict And War – Analysis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1807201...
By Jeffrey Becker As “location, location, location” is the central truth that unlocks the mysteries of property valuation, so context, context, context decodes the origins, meaning, character and consequences of warfare.1 The future is never fully knowable. Making sense of the changing security environment and what it means for the future joint force depends on […] The post Contexts Of Future Conflict And War – Analysis appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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EU Integration Process And Potential Effects On Turkey’s Accession – Analysis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1807201...
By Meltem Müftüler Baç Problems that the EU has faced during its integration process, in addition to the EU’s internal dynamics, have led the EU to adopt a new model for its integration and enlargement policy. This could mean that Turkey and Balkan countries will probably not be able to accede to the EU in […] The post EU Integration Process And Potential Effects On Turkey’s Accession – Analysis appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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The Emerging Iranian-Turkish Energy Partnership: Strategic Implications – Analysis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1807201...
According to Gawdat Bahgat, growing energy cooperation between Iran and Turkey will 1) allow Tehran to leverage its energy resources, 2) permit Ankara to maintain its economic growth, and 3) enhance European energy security. Frankly, it’s one of the few positive developments to come out of the Middle East in recent years. By Gawdat Bahgat […] The post The Emerging Iranian-Turkish Energy Partnership: Strategic Implications – Analysis appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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By Walid Ramzi Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) posted a statement online Monday (July 14th) rejecting the self-declared caliphate in the Levant. The AQIM letter contradicted an earlier message of support for the group formerly known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Abu Abdullah Othman al-Asemi, AQIM’s judge for the central […] The post ISIS Caliphate Splits AQIM appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Syria’s Kurds Make Military Service Compulsory In Effort To Fight Off ISIS - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1807201...
Kurds in Syria are now requiring that all of their men serve in their armed forces in the self-declared autonomous region’s attempt to fight off jihadist insurgents, according to the Associated Press Thursday. The Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) have been clashing with Kurdish forces in Syria’s north for months, but many […] The post Syria’s Kurds Make Military Service Compulsory In Effort To Fight Off ISIS appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Incertitude Of Indian Nuclear Doctrine: BJP’s Stand On The Issue – OpEd - http://www.eurasiareview.com/1807201...
By Amit R. Saksena BJP’s recent election manifesto fiasco brought to the fore a startling and alarming revelation. Is our political cohesion so weak, that a mere media misinterpretation can raise a furore over an issue, as sensitive as the national nuclear doctrine? Why were top level politicians themselves confused and making contradictory statements about […] The post Incertitude Of Indian Nuclear Doctrine: BJP’s Stand On The Issue – OpEd appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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November 1944. World War Two is moving towards its close, and an Allied victory is assured. From Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF), a document is issued setting forth one of the major war aims of the United Nations – the de-Nazification of Germany. “It is the declared war aim of the United Nations to […] The post De-Hamasification – OpEd appeared first on Eurasia Review. - EurasiaReview
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Pakistan: The Industrious Extremist – Analysis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/0905201...
By Ambreen Agha “As many as 180,000 mujahideen, followers of Baitullah Mehsud, are hiding in the mountainous areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan and fighting against anti-Muslim forces for the supremacy of Islam. Their food expenditure is PKR 2,900,000 (USD 30,000) daily. You are requested to bear two days’ expenses of mujahideen-e-Islam or be ready to […] The post Pakistan: The Industrious Extremist – Analysis appeared first on Eurasia Review. To continue reading this article, click on the headline. - EurasiaReview
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IONS And The Indian Ocean: Reviving A Listless Initiative – Analysis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/0905201...
Despite an enthusiastic start in 2008, the only pan Indian Ocean Region maritime security initiative, IONS, had fallen into strategic inertia, threatened by creeping irrelevance. Will the growing interest of China and other external powers along with a change of Chairmanship revive this forum? By P K Ghosh THE INDIAN Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS), the […] The post IONS And The Indian Ocean: Reviving A Listless Initiative – Analysis appeared first on Eurasia Review. To continue reading this article, click on the headline. - EurasiaReview
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Sustaining Religious Harmony: The Dialogue Way – Analysis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/0905201...
Religiously-diverse societies are not necessarily fraught with conflict and violence as religious plurality can be compatible with social peace. Although the state has a big role as the custodian of inter-religious harmony, the people themselves should assume the social responsibility to preserve and strengthen it. By Mohd Alami Musa PEW RESEARCH Centre’s latest study found […] The post Sustaining Religious Harmony: The Dialogue Way – Analysis appeared first on Eurasia Review. To continue reading this article, click on the headline. - EurasiaReview
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Sea Shepherd: Eco Terrorists Or The Front Line To Protect Social Justice? – OpEd - http://www.eurasiareview.com/0805201...
If you travelled to a small pier at the bottom of Ann Street in Williamstown, a bayside suburb of Melbourne, Australia, you would come across a small letterbox with the words “Sea Shepherd” painted over it. Next to the letterbox is an old shed that has seen much better times with an open gate leading […] The post Sea Shepherd: Eco Terrorists Or The Front Line To Protect Social Justice? – OpEd appeared first on Eurasia Review. To continue reading this article, click on the headline. - EurasiaReview
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South Sudan Has Failed To Justify Existence? – OpEd - http://www.eurasiareview.com/0805201...
Earlier in May, the South Sudanese government resumed its negotiations with the rebels. That very week, The Sudan Tribune reported that numerous civilians, who had sought shelter at a United Nations base in Bor, were killed by an unknown mob. Also, trainee soldiers were shot in Mapel, and several other civilians were killed in Bentiu, […] The post South Sudan Has Failed To Justify Existence? – OpEd appeared first on Eurasia Review. To continue reading this article, click on the headline. - EurasiaReview
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Local Elections In Turkey: On The Verge Of Polarization And Cohesion – Analysis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/0805201...
In Turkey, large scale citizen mobilization in defense of votes in the recent local elections shows the government’s loss of credibility and trust in the eyes of the majority of citizens. It also shows the decisiveness of public in their ongoing struggle for democracy and clean politics. Turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, as his […] The post Local Elections In Turkey: On The Verge Of Polarization And Cohesion – Analysis appeared first on Eurasia Review. To continue reading this article, click on the headline. - EurasiaReview
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Jail Sentences Re-Position Egyptian Soccer As Potential Protest Venue – Analysis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/0805201...
An Egyptian court has sentenced 12 militant soccer fans to five years in prison in an expansion of the military-backed regime’s crackdown on its Islamist and non-Islamists opponents that could ultimately re-position soccer as a major platform of protest. The fans, members of Ultras Ahlawy, the well-organized and street battled-hardened militant support group of storied […] The post Jail Sentences Re-Position Egyptian Soccer As Potential Protest Venue – Analysis appeared first on... To continue reading this article, click on the headline. - EurasiaReview
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Book Review: Muharrem Kurti, A Genuine Architect Of Passion And Freedom - http://www.eurasiareview.com/0805201...
On Kurti’s book “Tears of Flowers” The greatest thing in the world is to find a poet like Muharrem Kurti who lives up to his potential, a passionate writer with a vibrant style and great popularity in Kosovo. In the recent years, Kurti’s writing has shaped a new era in Kosovo’s literary style. In today’s […] The post Book Review: Muharrem Kurti, A Genuine Architect Of Passion And Freedom appeared first on Eurasia Review. To continue reading this article, click on the headline. - EurasiaReview
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Appointment Of Next Indian Army Chief: A Contested Political Issue – Analysis - http://www.eurasiareview.com/0805201...
By C Uday Bhaskar The UPA government led by PM Manmohan Singh is expected to demit office on 16 May 2014 when the eagerly awaited elections results will be announced by the Election Commission (EC). Both the BJP and the Congress have been making strong claims that they will emerge as winners, though the betting […] The post Appointment Of Next Indian Army Chief: A Contested Political Issue – Analysis appeared first on Eurasia Review. To continue reading this article, click on the headline. - EurasiaReview
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