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The absence of an armed guarantor will make peace in Syria harder to achieve, writes Barkawi.
ZD30 again highlights the reality that cinema teaches Americans more about history than the hard labour of historians.
The Syrian resistance should take a note from the Algerians who fought for independence from France.
Women-hating in the US is "not limited to the Republican Party", but can also be found in the "citadels of liberalism".
The label "savage" is often found in imperial contexts, in wars between Western powers and indigenous peoples.
If the anger against the anti-Islam video tells us anything, it's that extremism fuels extremism.
Afghans are killing Western troops because the US and NATO are in occupation of their country, writes Barkawi.
Tony Blair and Desmond Tutu share a vision of world politics as an epic struggle between good and evil, writes Barkawi.
A new Syrian nation can be born in the inferno of struggle, one that can overcome differences that appear unbridgeable.
Human rights organisations must start coping with reality: The victors write the laws and hold the trials.
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