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الإثنين, 08 تموز/يوليو 2019 10:08

How Close Is Iran to a Nuclear Bomb, Really?

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Iran confirmed on Monday that it has breached the limit on its stockpile of enriched uranium set by the 2015 nuclear deal, renewing concerns that Tehran could, within months, have enough weapons-grade uranium to build a nuclear bomb. But experts say the violation is more of a symbolic move than a concrete step toward obtaining a nuclear weapon. Though most agree that Iran has the expertise and capability to eventually build such a device, it is not clear that Tehran has the intent or even sees the necessity of doing so. “This is not a dash to a nuclear bomb,” said Kelsey…
الإثنين, 08 تموز/يوليو 2019 10:03

The Dangerous Romance of Hong Kong Protests

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OPERATIVES AT A controversial cybersecurity firm working for the United Arab Emirates government discussed targeting The Intercept and breaching the computers of its employees, according to two sources, including a member of the hacking team who said they were present at a meeting to plan for such an attack. The firm, DarkMatter, brought ex-National Security Agency hackers and other U.S. intelligence and military veterans together with Emirati analysts to compromise the computers of political dissidents at home and abroad, including American citizens, Reuters revealed in January. The news agency also reported that the FBI is investigating DarkMatter’s use of American hacking expertise and the possibility…
الأحد, 30 حزيران/يونيو 2019 11:53

U.S. LOSES ALLIES ON IRAN AS EUROPE LAUNCHES SYSTEM TO AVOID SANCTIONS

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The European Union has officially launched a special trade vehicle designed to allow limited trade with Iran while at the same time avoiding sanctions from the United States. Following a meeting of the remaining parties to the 2015 nuclear deal that the U.S. abandoned last year, European External Action Service released a statement Friday saying that the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (INSTEX) "had been made operational and available to all EU Member States and that the first transactions are being processed." The EU pledged to accelerate "cooperation with the Iranian corresponding entity (STFI)." The move came as Iran…
الأحد, 30 حزيران/يونيو 2019 11:48

The World Needs Shock Therapy

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While any global meeting that involves Donald Trump has the capacity to surprise, one thing is virtually certain about this weekend’s G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan: The gathered leaders will issue a pious call to work together to shore up growth, trade and the global financial system. The challenge they face is much bigger than that, however. And good intentions aren’t going to solve it.     The central question is how to restore reasonable levels of growth within resource and environmental constraints. Advanced economies are trapped in what John Maynard Keynes in 1931 called a “semi-slump” -- a torpor…
الأحد, 23 حزيران/يونيو 2019 15:15

Stupidity or Plan ?

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Are America’s disasters abroad a result of stupidity or some elaborate plan? An observer of modern U.S. foreign policy can be torn on that one. It makes sense that generals, contractors, and other national-security state types will invent and follow a deliberate policy of divide and rule, as well as to create crises to move on to the next big job. But if one looks closely, it does begin to seem that perhaps narrow-minded, shortsighted stupidity is a better overall explanation of the causes and results of the U.S. government’s recent behavior in other people’s countries. George W. Bush’s unprovoked invasion…
الأحد, 23 حزيران/يونيو 2019 15:02

Central Banks Are Creating a Horde of Zombie Investors

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Ruchir Sharma, chief global strategist at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, wrote a provocative op-ed in the New York Times last weekend. Titled “When Dead Companies Don’t Die,” it argues that unprecedented monetary stimulus from global central banks created a “fat and slow” world, dominated by large companies and plagued by a swarm of “zombie firms” — those that should be out of business but survive because of rock-bottom borrowing costs.     I would add that central bankers are creating a horde of zombie investors as well.     By now, bond markets have adjusted to the unabashedly dovish shift from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi…
الأحد, 16 حزيران/يونيو 2019 10:15

The Wrong Side of History

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   In a bright February morning in the crumbling desert town of Pomfret, South Africa, a small group of Angolan septuagenarians with rheumy eyes sat listlessly in the shade of a guava tree, passing around a plastic jug of opaque traditional beer made from maize husks. I’d only been in town a day or so, but it was already apparent that there wasn’t much else to do. Originally built as an asbestos-mining camp in the 1960s, then repurposed as a remote military outpost in the late ’80s, the government began a protracted bid to shut Pomfret down almost twenty years…
الأحد, 16 حزيران/يونيو 2019 10:12

The Indian Subcontinent’s Third Partition

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