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Hamas-Israel talks: How much can Egyptian mediation achieve?

The Jerusalem Post 12 Jun 2021
High-level talks involving Israel, Hamas, the Palestinian Authority and Egypt are in full swing. Sponsored by Egypt, the talks aim to secure an effective truce between Hamas and Israel, putting a formal end to the Gaza conflict ...  . The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land. 2016-2020 ... .
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A two-state solution the UN rejects - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 07 Jun 2021
The UN’s enthusiastic support for a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian dispute is well attested, but there is a certain two-state solution that the UN resolutely refuses to endorse ... They did not seem to see it that way ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land. 2016-2020 ... .
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Unconditional surrender: Re-thinking a forgotten concept - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 24 May 2021
 Anyone who lived through World War II – and we are growing fewer by the day – knows the experience of fighting a life-or-death conflict against a ruthless and vicious enemy ... Is there a political path to this desirable end?  ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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Hamas: Why now?

The Jerusalem Post 17 May 2021
Despite what much of the world’s media report, police action on the Temple Mount and the Sheikh Jarrah affair are not prime causes of the conflict between Hamas and Israel ... cnxps.cmd.push(function () { cnxps({ playerId ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land. 2016-2020. He blogs at ... .
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Podcast | Expert Opinions: Authoritarianism and dissent in post-Soviet states

EurasiaNet 11 May 2021
In the latest episode of Expert Opinions - Russia, Eurasia, a podcast from the Harriman Institute at Columbia University, Masha Udensiva-Brenner interviews Alexis Lerner about her scholarship on authoritarianism and dissent in Russia, particularly in the context of imprisoned Russian opposition leader and political activist Alexei Navalny.
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Afghanistan: Has Biden taken a wrong turn? - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 10 May 2021
 On April 14, President Joe Biden announced that he was abandoning the timetable for withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan to which his predecessor, Donald Trump, had agreed with the Taliban ... She is not alone ... The talks appeared successful ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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The Azores and Madeira offer you the lap of luxury, wondrous wildlife and rugged roaming ...

The Daily Mail 03 May 2021
It feels as if you’re walking through the pages of a geography book on these nine farming isles which straddle the continental plates of North America, Africa and Eurasia ... A week’s B&B in September, including flights, costs from £1,099pp if booked by May 11 (ba.com).
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Armenian Genocide: Time for Israel to call a spade a spade - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 03 May 2021
 More than two million Armenians lived in the Ottoman Empire in 1914, on the eve of World War I. By 1922, there were fewer than 400,000. The others – some 1.5 million – had been killed ... More than 30 nations agree ... He declared ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land ... .
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Israel’s electoral system is in urgent need of reform - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 28 Apr 2021
 Israel’s electoral system is no longer fit for its purpose. That is the obvious conclusion to be drawn from a political stalemate that has persisted for two years and resulted in four inconclusive general elections ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review whose latest book is Trump and the Holy Land. 2016-2020 ... .
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How secure is the Iranian regime?

The Jerusalem Post 18 Apr 2021
A new and rapidly growing popular rebellion is affecting the Iranian regime ... It marked the launch of a new anti-government movement ... As the number of signatories rapidly rose, it became clear that they were drawn from many sectors of Iranian society ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land.
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Dahlan plays the long game - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 12 Apr 2021
The forthcoming Palestinian elections have generated a good deal of speculation. Among the many players, one rather enigmatic figure is Mohammed Dahlan ... If he enters Ramallah, he will be immediately arrested and thrown into prison.” ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land. 2016-2020 ... .
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China v Russia v America: is 2021 the year Orwell’s 1984 comes true?

The Observer 11 Apr 2021
Russia and China are moving into ever closer alliance ... Oceania (North America plus Britain), Eurasia (Russia and Europe), and Eastasia (China). Publication of Orwell’s book in 1949 coincided with the formation of the US-led North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Nato) and the emergence of Joseph Stalin’s Soviet Union as a nuclear-armed power ... Read more ... .
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A non-starter with Iran - opinion

The Jerusalem Post 05 Apr 2021
The US agreed to attend the forthcoming talks. Officials from Washington and Tehran are not expected to meet directly in Vienna. The EU will act as mediator in separate negotiations with each side ... The prestige of the US in much of the Middle East had sunk to a new low ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is ... .
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Cuts, acquisitions start to pay off as Barloworld adapts to the new normal

Independent online (SA) 01 Apr 2021
Equipment Eurasia continued to deliver results above expectations, driven mainly by strong mining sales and good margins ... The order book for Equipment Eurasia to February 2021 remained strong at $169 million (R2.52 billion), well above prior year levels, supported by the region’s mining sector.
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Can Libya’s prime minister survive the scandal?

The Jerusalem Post 13 Mar 2021
Here’s a name that has not yet hit the world’s headlines. Abdul Hamid Dbeibah ... The media’s apparent lack of interest in Dbeibah is about to be remedied ... One delegate heard that as much as $500,000 was on offer ... The writer is Middle East correspondent for Eurasia Review. His latest book is Trump and the Holy Land. 2016-2020. .
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