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Welcome to Baghdad: divided Iraq hosts divided Arab League

A consecration for a post-occupation Iraq, or expensive window dressing? As Baghdad hosts the Arab League summit under tight security, the nation finds itself locked into a sectarian showdown that mirrors regional rivalries.

  • Ghassan ATIYYAH, Director of the Iraq Foundation for Development and Democracy (from Bagdad);
  • Daniel SERWER, Professor at John Hopkins University, Scholar at the Middle East Institute;
  • Walid PHARES, Professor, National Defense University;
  • Medhi LEBOUACHERA, AFP Journalist.

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Immovable Maduro: How to fix Venezuela? (part 2)

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Is the recall referendum against Venezuela's president still worth it? The electoral commission is making sure the vote can only take place next year, which means there will be...

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2016-09-21 Black Lives Matter movement

Don't Shoot: Another US police shooting of an African-American (part 1)

Eight years ago, the US elected a black president. Barack Obama never promised to eliminate racism overnight, but so many believed that his election was a milestone on the road...

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2016-09-21 African-American

Don't Shoot: Race relations in the United States (part 2)

Eight years ago, the US elected a black president. Barack Obama never promised to eliminate racism overnight, but so many believed that his election was a milestone on the road...

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2016-09-20 United Nations

So Much For Diplomacy: Aid under fire and no end to war in sight (part 1)

They couldn't wait to restart the bombing. Syrian government forces ignored US-Russia truce talks and hit rebel positions near Aleppo, including - volunteers say - an aid convoy...

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