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Abraham Accords: Saudi Arabia is still not budging - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 30 Jan 2023
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made no secret of his hope that Saudi Arabia will be the next Arab state to sign up to the Abraham Accords ... It was an odd statement.  ... Saudi Arabia and Iran have been long-term rivals ... (credit ... The writer is the Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land. 2016-2020 ... .
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'Doomsday Clock': 90 Seconds to Midnight, by Pepe Escobar

The Unz Review 27 Jan 2023
The Doomsday Clock, set by the US-based magazine Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, has been moved to 90 seconds to midnight. That’s the closest ever to total nuclear doom, the global catastrophe. The Clock had been set at 100 seconds since 2020 ... 1 ... 2 ... Pepe Escobar is a Eurasia-wide geopolitical analyst and author. His latest book is Raging Twenties ... ....
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China and Israel – a waning relationship - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 23 Jan 2023
It was back in the 1990s when the Chinese began to realize that Israel was fast becoming a global technology hub ... The US National Security Strategy prioritizes “maintaining an enduring competitive edge” over China ... The writer is the Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land. 2016-2020 ... .
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US-China trade is close to record, defying 'decoupling' talk

The Roanoke Times 22 Jan 2023
Daniel Flatley Bloomberg News. Trade between the U.S ... U.S ... 7. Beijing just published its own full-year figures that show record trade of around $760 billion ... Apple Podcasts ... U.S ... “The rhetoric around decoupling continues to outpace the reality,” said Ali Wyne, a senior analyst at Eurasia Group and author of a recent book on the U.S.-China relationship ... .
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US-China trade is close to a record, defying talk of decoupling

Decatur Daily 18 Jan 2023
Trade between the U.S ... U.S ... 7. Beijing just published its own full-year figures that show record trade of around $760 billion. There are some caveats ... --. ‘What companies want’ ... -- ... “The rhetoric around decoupling continues to outpace the reality,” said Ali Wyne, a senior analyst at Eurasia Group and author of a recent book on the U.S.-China relationship ... .
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Turkey's upcoming elections come with dirty tricks - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 17 Jan 2023
The polls scheduled in Turkey for June 18, 2023, will combine the election of 600 members of the Grand National Assembly with the election of the president – his reelection, if Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s current president, has his way ... The writer is the Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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Rishi Sunak, Britain’s new prime minister, is Israel’s friend

The Jerusalem Post 13 Jan 2023
Jerusalem Report logo small (credit. JPOST STAFF). It was on May 14, 1948, that David Ben-Gurion, then head of the Jewish Agency, proclaimed the birth of the State of Israel. That date on the Jewish calendar was Iyar 5 ... Read More... (credit ... “ ... ■. The writer is the Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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Will the United States continue to support Israel-Arab summits? - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 09 Jan 2023
On December 20, some news media reported that the US was planning to convene a meeting early in 2023 between Israel and those Arab nations that have normalized relations with it ... As Blinken observed ... (credit. BAHRAIN MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS) ... The writer is the Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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How General Soleimani Kick-Started the Multipolar World, by Pepe Escobar

The Unz Review 08 Jan 2023
Baghdad airport, January 3, 2020, 00.52 a.m. local time ... This act of war set the tone for the new decade and inspired my book Raging Twenties ... Gen ... Gen ... These three actors happen to be the three top vectors in the ongoing process of Eurasia integration ... Gen ... Pepe Escobar is a Eurasia-wide geopolitical analyst and author. His latest book is Raging Twenties.
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Yemen’s peaceful future has been snatched away - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 02 Jan 2023
Last week in their TV Christmas appeals, charities showed pictures of Yemeni babes-in-arms and toddlers with skeletal limbs and lifeless eyes literally dying of starvation. Yemen remains one of the largest humanitarian crises in the world ... 2021 ... The writer is the Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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Lima Public Library Book Reviews

Lima Ohio 01 Jan 2023
FICTION ... Moore ... NON-FICTION ... The Mongol conquests forever transformed the region, while forging closer ties among societies spread across Eurasia ... A First Book of Family Heritage by Scot Ritchie ... Arrangements can be made by calling 567-712-5239, contacting the library through Facebook Messenger, or putting a hold on a book through the online catalog ... .
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Hezbollah is as big a threat to Israel as Iran's nuclear program - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 28 Dec 2022
On the morning of Tuesday, December 20, fighter jets fired missiles at and around Damascus airport, destroying several weapons storage facilities and other infrastructure belonging to Iran’s local proxies ... The IDF shot it down ... Gen ... The writer is the Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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Turkey and Israel could have a great green energy partnership - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 20 Dec 2022
The tentative rapprochement with Israel, initiated by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Christmas Day 2020, has resulted in a major environmental achievement.  ... The $150m ... Inna Braverman, head of EWP said ... (credit ... The writer is the Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land. 2016-2020 ... .
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An Urgent Warning About Command of the Eurasian Seas

The American Spectator 17 Dec 2022
More than 120 years ago, the great naval historian and strategist Alfred Thayer Mahan wrote a series of articles that were collected into a book titled The Problem of Asia. A decade later, Mahan collected a series of his lectures at the Naval War College into a book titled Naval Strategy ... The Books That Churchill Read.
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Saudi Arabia’s, China’s emerging strategic partnership

Asiatimes 12 Dec 2022
Judging by appearances, it would seem President Xi is giving a deliberate thumb in the eye to Anglo-American strategists, who, taking a leaf from the book by Halford Mackinder on geo-strategy, aim to stoke conflict and division across Eurasia by inhibiting the development of ...

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