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When we think off the UAE these days we see an amazing array of architectural sights, of palatial hotels an luxurious consumer goods and most importantly a seemingly oasis of stability and good will in the viperous cauldron of … Continue reading →
As the media twists and turns over the the Ukraine crisis, President Biden poured oil on the fire by reviving an Ambassador April Glaspie moment. Both insinuated We have no dog in these fights. Saddam took it as a … Continue reading →
“Within two years from 1988 to 1990, Iraq went from being a virtual U.S. ally to become the first Arab state to fight a war against the United States.” ( Barry Rubin, The Road to War.) In those two years the … Continue reading →
In the sixties there was Among the Middle East gurus a certainty that the monarchs of the Arab world were close to extinction. King Farouk of Egypt went down in 1952. King Idris of Libya in 1969, King Feisal II … Continue reading →