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The stakes for 31-year-old Prince Mohammed and Saudi Arabia’s ruling Al Saud family are high.
This weekend's mandatory evacuation order for residents downstream from California's Oroville Dam is a reminder of what a
I am what Trump would call an “anchor baby.”
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Hoping that the Iranian government would suddenly become a constructive, responsible, and rational member of the international
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_____________________ You can contact him at Dr.rafizadeh@post.harvard.edu or follow him at @Dr_Rafizadeh. Ideologically
Second, the future lies with those who lose gracefully and those who win humbly, as Clinton and Trump have done so well. You
Saudi Arabia In March, the UAE--the GCC's longest-standing purchaser of Italian weapons and the Arab Gulf state with closest
Finally, Iranian leaders' political establishment survive on having America as an enemy and on keeping the US the "Great
You can also order his books on HERE. Trump should observe and learn the bitter lessons derived from the two terms of the
Me and scoutmaster Malgorzata Sinica meeting delegations during the conference in Muscat. Gdansk, over 1000 years old Polish
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Concerning intellectual efforts, "among the most prominent of all these efforts was the establishment of a research chair
Omani officials reportedly mediated their release.
Dr. Majid Rafizadeh is an American political scientist, president of the International American Council on the Middle East
But one critical difference is that Iran is also increasingly getting paid back via contracts in Syrian real state by buying
Dr. Majid Rafizadeh is an American political scientist, president of the International American Council on the Middle East
A resolution (H.Res. 159) was recently introduced in the U.S. Congress in reference to one of the worst mass executions of political prisoners since WWII by the Islamic Republic of Iran.