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Articles Tagged: Middle East

Another Facet of Distrust Between Moscow and Washington


A long history of disagreement and distrust in Missile Defense politics has existed between Russia and the US. On May 3, 2012, Russia’s top military officer, Chief of General Staff Nikolai Makarov, threatened to carry out a pre-emptive strike on US-led NATO missile defense facilities in Eastern Europe if Washington carries out its controversial plan […]

The Colder Side of the “Arab Spring”


By William Shwayri – law school intern at Beach-Oswald Immigration Law Associates As the United States government and American people continue to support pro-democracy movements throughout the Middle East, there is a colder side of the “Arab Spring” that has largely been ignored by American policy makers – increasing violence towards the Middle East’s Christian […]

The Future of Egypt: President Hosni Mubarak Steps Down


by Liz Veit, L.L.M. Candidate George Washington University, J.D. Hamlin School of Law  The citizens of Egypt have spoken, “Leave, Leave, Leave!”  Their message is heard around the international community. Their call is for the removal of President Hosni Mubarak. Their hope is for a new Egypt where freedom and democracy replace the current regime […]