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Under consideration: Moving Britain’s embassy to Jerusalem - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 06 Oct 2022
Liz Truss, the new British prime minister, has come into office vowing to sweep away the entrenched, outworn attitudes that persist in parts of what is otherwise an admirable Civil Service ... This has not come out of the blue ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land. 2016-2020. Follow him at ... .
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The UK economy still hasn’t recovered from the pandemic. Now it’s on the ropes again

CNN 30 Sep 2022
Raising, postponing, or abandoning tax cuts will be avoided by Truss at all costs as such a reversal would be humiliating and could leave her looking like a lame duck prime minister,” wrote Mujtaba Rahman and Jens Larson at political risk consultancy Eurasia Group earlier this week.
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The UK economy still hasn't recovered from the pandemic. Now it's on the ropes again

Henry Herald 30 Sep 2022
"Raising, postponing, or abandoning tax cuts will be avoided by Truss at all costs as such a reversal would be humiliating and could leave her looking like a lame duck prime minister," wrote Mujtaba Rahman and Jens Larson at political risk consultancy Eurasia Group earlier this week.
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Barloworld’s share price rises despite cloudy outlook for operations in Russia

Independent online (SA) 29 Sep 2022
But the firm order book for Russia at August 31 reduced substantially to $30 million compared to $94m at March 31, 2022 due to the impact of sanctions implemented by various countries ... The firm order book amounted to R5.3 billion on the back of strong mining demand.
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Lebanon-Israel maritime talks still all at sea

The Jerusalem Post 27 Sep 2022
Hezbollah’s secretary-general, Hassan Nasrallah, in power for 30 years, faces an acute dilemma ... On the other hand, it cannot be the one to torpedo an agreement that could rescue Lebanon from the economic problems that are almost overwhelming it ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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Starving the terrorists of cash -opinion

The Jerusalem Post 19 Sep 2022
“Terrorists in Suits.” ... The EU-Israel Association Agreement, which came into force in 2000, is intended to develop “mutual understanding and solidarity” and “convergence of positions on international issues.”The writer is the Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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How Washington came to see China as an existential threat

Vox 19 Sep 2022
That’s a similar thesis to the one Ali Wyne, an expert at the Eurasia Group consultancy, puts forward in his new book America’s Great-Power Opportunity .
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Morocco and Israel: The highs and lows of a blossoming friendship - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 13 Sep 2022
Beach Sambo is a little-known martial art that engenders huge enthusiasm among its adherents ... This past year has seen an acceleration of the normalization process, marked by a succession of visits to Morocco by leading Israeli figures ... Courtesy) ... The writer is a Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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Grindr Appoints George Arison as Chief Executive Officer and Vanna Krantz as Chief Financial Officer

The Joplin Globe 13 Sep 2022
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 13, 2022-- ... Additionally, Vanna Krantz, former CFO of Disney Streaming Services, has been appointed Chief Financial Officer, effective September 26, 2022 ... Mr ... Arison was a policy analyst and ran a political campaign in Georgia, the country of his birth, about which he wrote the book Democracy and Autocracy in Eurasia.
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The most comprehensive answer to the question: is Russia a fascist state?

Yahoo Daily News 09 Sep 2022
In his book «On Tyranny», Timothy Snyder argues that fascism chose will over reason and prefers not an objective truth but a vivid myth that the leaders constantly uttered ... Alexander Dugin, a Russian philosopher and ideologue of Russian fascism, openly declared that an independent Ukraine posed a great danger to the whole of Eurasia.
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Iraq faces a Shia-Shia civil conflict - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 07 Sep 2022
When Western politicians announce they are retiring, their supporters normally express regret and wish them well. Iraq (to misquote the well-known aphorism) is a foreign country – they do things differently there ... Here’s one explanation ... REUTERS) ... The writer is the Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land.
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What does Jordan have to do with Israel's November elections? - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 30 Aug 2022
Various media reports are suggesting that the Jordanian government is intent on urging Israeli Arabs to vote in the November elections, with the aim of keeping Benjamin Netanyahu from returning to power ... console.log("BODY1 ... console.log("BODY2 ... The writer is the Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
photo: AP / Investigative Committee of Russia
In this handout photo taken from video released by Investigative Committee of Russia on Sunday, Aug. 21, 2022, investigators work on the site of explosion of a car driven by Daria Dugina outside Moscow
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Is Kremlin inner circle turning on Vladimir?

The Daily Mail 22 Aug 2022
He laid out his plan for achieving this aim in his 1997 book Foundations of Geopolitics, a text which still has significant influence within Russian elites and has even been used as a textbook by the Russian military. The Russian professor formed the 'Eurasia Party' in 2001, named ...
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Factbox-Who is Alexander Dugin, Russian nationalist whose daughter died in car bomb attack?

FX Empire 21 Aug 2022
– In his 1997 book, “The Foundations of Geopolitics ... influence in Eurasia and called for Russia to rebuild its own authority in the region and advocated breaking up the territory of other nations. – That book featured on army reading lists, but there is no indication that Dugin has ever had direct influence on Russian foreign policy.
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Daughter of 'Putin's Brain' killed by 'drone' bombing: pro-Kremlin party leader claims

Raw Story 21 Aug 2022
Governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhaev confirmed a car exploded and that the daughter of top adviser to President Vladimir Putin was inside ... He has been promoting the expansion of Russia since his 1997 book and once said not taking back Ukraine would be "an enormous danger for all of Eurasia.". Read the full report at the Daily Mail.

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