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Immigration policy: key axis of US presidential campaign
Analysis U.S.

Immigration policy: key axis of US presidential campaign

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Source notas.org.ar / the Dawn / November 30, 2015-. If debates on immigration laws were a hot topic on the campaign facing primary elections in the United States, the attacks in France and escalation of violence carried out by Europe did nothing but reviving it. Many republican candidates shared a […]

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Raqqa’s Rockefellers: How Islamic State oil flows to Israel
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Raqqa’s Rockefellers: How Islamic State oil flows to Israel

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By: Al-Araby al-Jadeed staff Date of publication: 26 November, 2015 Oil produced by the Islamic State group finances its bloodlust. But how is it extracted, transported and sold? Who is buying it, and how does it reach Israel? Oil produced from fields under the control of the Islamic State group […]

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The spark that can ignite the Kurdish prairie
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The spark that can ignite the Kurdish prairie

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By José Antonio Gutiérrez / Source: La Haine / November 28, 2015. Erdogan reacts with hysteria because Assad is willing to respect the Kurdish autonomy, and they are not interested in overthrowing the government of Damascus. The Kurdish question is one of those things that no one mentions, but still […]

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The irrationality of Vladimir Putin
Analysis Russia

The irrationality of Vladimir Putin

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What do Vladimir Putin, Hugo Chávez, Fidel Castro, Kim Jong-un, Evo Morales and Bashar al-Assad have in common? If we are to believe the Western press, they are all irrational, liars and even ridiculous men, most with anti-democratic or dictatorial traits. The more they are misaligned with neoliberal guidelines dictated […]

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