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The Great Cyber Warfare Race
10 Jul 2019

The Great Cyber Warfare Race

It all started with Stuxnet. A stealth computer virus, developed jointly by the U.S. and Israel, which penetrated Iran’s industrial computers with the sole purpose of delaying its Uranium-enrichment centrifugal work. When uncovered in 2010, it shocked the world. It was the first instance of cyber warfare that demonstrated, without

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Israeli and Russian Interests Are on a Collision Course
03 Jul 2019

Israeli and Russian Interests Are on a Collision Course

For those who lived through the Cold War know that both Russia and Israel sit on opposite sides of the fence. No matter how hard both Putin and Netanyahu try to think common ground, their interests are misaligned. Eventually both will find more reasons to disagree than to agree. In

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Assad Belongs in a Mental Institution
30 Jun 2019

Assad Belongs in a Mental Institution

There are gaps of reason between the west perception of its interests and the clash freedom for the Syrian people might provoke to handicap those interests. Today, the west has abandoned the idea of regime change in Syria. Assad, with all his faults, is left to terrorize his people while

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Iran is a Religion and not a Country
25 Jun 2019

Iran is a Religion and not a Country

Politicians across the globe tend to view Iran as a sovereign nation whose leadership is represented by men of religion. And like every sovereign nation, borders define its geography. The truth is far from this naive point of view. In fact, Iran is a religion and not a country. After

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