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October, 2022

  • 3 October

    Islam And Judaism Can Bring Peace To The Middle East – OpEd

    On the Jewish new year holy day of Rosh HaShanah, September 26th and 27 this year, Jews throughout the world read the Torah chapters of Genesis 21 and 22; the narrations of Abraham, the Hebrew’s (Genesis 14:13) two first born sons: Ishmael, Abraham’s first born son of Hagar the Egyptian; …

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  • 3 October

    The ‘New Auschwitz’: Wollega, Oromia Region, Ethiopia – OpEd

    Introduction: A few years ago, I visited the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Museum, on the sites of Auschwitz Concentration Camp, the largest Nazi concentration and extermination camp. Last week, I visited a Jewish cultural center/museum in Riga, Latvia, with similar content. The two camps, Auschwitz-Birkenau and the one in Riga, are now …

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  • 3 October

    Russia Expands Its Geographical Shape – OpEd

    Russian President Vladimir Putin, by signing a new decree on legal recognition of four regions’ independence and finally to join the Russian Federation, shows another tremendous historical achievement since the collapse of the Soviet era in 1991. The decree, made available on the database, was published on the official Internet …

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  • 3 October

    What Does China Really Want? – OpEd

    The 73rd National Day of China on 1 October brings a new reflection on its global purpose. Its future orientations remain mired in both inevitable challenges and the greatest potential, dictated by the path and spectre of its intention. Its dream of the great Chinese rejuvenation that will signal its …

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  • 3 October

    Putin Takes Aim At US, Casts Ukraine War As Existential Conflict For Russia – Analysis

    The speech was expected to be about Ukraine, where Russia’s military is struggling seven months into its invasion and where Moscow is claiming four partially occupied regions as its own in a land grab condemned by Kyiv and the West. However, the bulk of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s nationally televised …

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  • 3 October

    Iran: Senior IRGC Commander Shot Dead In Clashes With Anti-Regime Gunmen

    A senior commander in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) was shot dead on Friday during clashes with anti-regime gunman, according to state media. Ali Mousavi, who was a leading figure of the IRGC in the Sistan-Baluchestan province, was killed in the south-eastern city of Zahedan, Tasnim news agency reported. …

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  • 3 October

    Iran Says US Sending Messages Via Foreign Ministers of Certain Countries

    The Iranian Foreign Minister stated that the US has sent multiple messages to Iran through the foreign ministers of certain countries. The Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein was among a number of his counterparts from certain countries who carried America’s messages to Iran and vice versa, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein …

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  • 3 October

    How The Policy Of Price Stability Generates Greater Economic Instability – Analysis

    Many mainstream economists believe that economic stability refers to an absence of excessive fluctuations in the overall economy. An economy with constant output growth and low and stable price inflation is likely to be regarded as stable, while an economy with frequent boom-bust cycles and variable price inflation would be …

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  • 3 October

    Is Taiwan Becoming Asia’s Ukraine? – Analysis

    Taiwan and Ukraine are far apart, geographically different, and have contrasting geopolitical valuations. One is in Asia, an island, and the world’s largest microchip maker. The other is in Europe, a continental country with a maritime frontage, with a bustling pre-war industrial base, and is one of the world’s breadbaskets. …

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  • 3 October

    Iraq Energy Profile: Second Largest Crude Oil Producer In OPEC – Analysis

    Iraq (Federal Iraq and Kurdistan Regional Government) is the second-largest crude oil producer in OPEC after Saudi Arabia. It holds the world’s fifth-largest proved crude oil reserves, at 145 billion barrels, representing 17% of proved reserves in the Middle East and 8% of global reserves.1 Most of Iraq’s major known …

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