Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Rise of ISIS and the Origins of the New Middle East War | TARIQ ALI and PATRICK COCKBURN


(Counterpunch, 29 September 2014) In Conversation   Tariq Ali: I’m in conversation with Patrick Cockburn, who can  only be described as a veteran reporter and courageous journalist who has covered the wars of the United States in the Middle East since they began with the … Continue reading

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Who Can Stop the “Islamic State”? | Mohssen Massarrat


(MR Zine, 05.09.14) The most severe crisis in the Middle East to date, the coming to power of the “Islamic State” in Iraq and Syria, has entered an extremely absurd phase.  The European states are about to follow the lead … Continue reading

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