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  • Hagel’s replacement remains an open question
    Tuesday Nov 25

    Hagel’s replacement remains an open question

    By Trevor Timm

    It just sounds like the Obama administration thought the defence secretary was not sufficiently excited about conducting mulitple wars

  • China, Russia and the Sinatra Doctrine
    Tuesday Nov 25

    China, Russia and the Sinatra Doctrine

    By Gideon Rachman

    Henceforth, it seems, America will endorse the idea that all nations can do it their way

  • Iranian nuclear negotiations remain precarious
    Tuesday Nov 25

    Iranian nuclear negotiations remain precarious

    By Andrew Hammond | Special to Gulf News

    It is unclear if a deal is possible that could allow both Iran and the P5+1 to plausibly claim ‘victory’ and given the pressures on both sides, even if an agreement is ultimately reached, it could still get derailed domestically in either Tehran or Washington

  • Cameron needs to lift British politics out of its petty state
    Tuesday Nov 25

    Cameron needs to lift British politics out of its petty state

    By Janan Ganesh

    He should transcend the reactiveness of his own premiership by giving Britain a long-term mission or objective

  • A true measure of Irish disorientation
    Tuesday Nov 25

    A true measure of Irish disorientation

    By Simon Kuper

    Ireland has jettisoned its old leaders without finding new ones and the void may be filled by a relic of the northern civil war

  • Libyan problems require Libyan solutions
    Tuesday Nov 25

    Libyan problems require Libyan solutions

    By Richard Galustian | Special to Gulf News

    The UN’s faintly tedious stance on dialogue and the continued silence of key powers run the risk of being interpreted as a lack of support for Libya’s fight for democracy to prevail over terrorism

  • Obama’s long game begins now
    Tuesday Nov 25

    Obama’s long game begins now

    By Gordon Robison | Special to Gulf News

    The US president seems finally to have accepted the reality that the Republicans are going to criticise him, often in borderline-slanderous ways, no matter what he does

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