Who’s Afraid of Afghan Peace Talks – Kabul and Delhi?
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Who’s Afraid of Afghan Peace Talks – Kabul and Delhi?

Henry Kissinger wouldn’t have approved the way Zalmay Khalilzad, US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, handles the Afghan peace talks. Even if Tweeter were in vogue in the late sixties, Kissinger wouldn’t have used it to signal to Hanoi or the Vietcong. But caught between the “Khalid Operation” — Afghan government’s new security plan —…

The “Deal of the Century” Won’t Go Through: Split Among Palestinians Supports Israel (1)
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The “Deal of the Century” Won’t Go Through: Split Among Palestinians Supports Israel (1)

For over a year now, the Israeli “Deal of the Century” for Palestine has been endorsed by the US establishment and is now echoing to the four corners of the world. The two novices in foreign policy, US President Donald Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner, manoeuvred by Israel from behind the scenes, are trying…

Confusion Dominates as Algeria Heads into Troubled Waters
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Confusion Dominates as Algeria Heads into Troubled Waters

With the presidential election day approaching in Algeria, the sheer number of political forces aiming to secure power in this troubled state leaves geopolitical analysts bewildered and confused. Those trying hard to explain the situation that slips out of control rapidly are also trying to establish who was behind the recent anti-government protests on top…

Why Isn’t Oil-Rich Russia Helping Its Syrian “Ally” Survive the Fuel Crisis?
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Why Isn’t Oil-Rich Russia Helping Its Syrian “Ally” Survive the Fuel Crisis?

It’s seemingly inexplicable to many that one of the world’s top oil exporters won’t help its “ally” survive the ever-worsening fuel crisis, but upon closer consideration and after much-needed critical thinking, it becomes clear that Russia intends to politicize this crisis in order to compel Syria into undertaking further concessions related to the upcoming constitutional…