Syria's Annual Scientific Budget
13 Dec 2009

Annual Scientific Budget of Syria: $2.2m

Read it later Annual Scientific Budget of Syria is $2.2m. It does not include nuclear research or Syria’s nuclear program. Washington DC – December 13, 2009 — In authoritarian Arab regimes, in general, rulers are disinterested in promoting sciences and advanced research for several reasons. Some rulers do not want

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Iraq Clenches Its Fist
19 Sep 2009

Iraq Clenches Its Fist

Read it later Washington DC – September 19, 2009 – (Farid Ghadry Blog) — As tensions rise between Syria and Iraq over Assad’s support of destitute Ba’athists wrecking havoc in Iraq, the Defense and Security Committee of the Iraqi Parliament is heading for the Security Council to invoke Chapter VII

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A White House Grand Guignol
02 Jul 2009

A White House Grand Guignol

Read it later Many perspectives have been analyzed by Iranian experts of the benefits derived from the Iranian revolution during the post June 12 elections. Whether these perspectives deal with Khameini’s fading luster or the obvious, and now open split, among the Mullahs of Iran, they in fact changed, from

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JCRC Meets with Leader of Syrian Political Party
21 Oct 2003

JCRC Meets with Leader of Syrian Political Party

Read it later JCRC meets with leader of Syrian political party Farid Ghadry, president of the Reform Party of Syria. .Additionally, Ghadry met with JINSA. Ghadry was born in Aleppo, Syria in 1954. In 1964, the family immigrated to Lebanon because of political turmoil and settled in Beirut. In 1975,

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