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|on Thursday, March 17, 2011
Letter to the Arab World
Is The Arab World another world? Separate from the ordinary one? I thought the world was just the world, inhabited, but not owned, by various groups, creatures and vegetation. But if I was wrong, and the Arabs own a world, or part of the world I occupy, who owns my bit? Should we call it the Infi...
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|on Friday, April 1, 2011
USA and Revolutions in the Arab World
The recent protests in West Asia that started in Tunisia and now encompass the entire Arab world will have an impact on the regional balance of power equations. West Asia is an explosive and unstable region where international power-play, boundary disputes, ethnic rivalries and mutual distrust ...
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|on Friday, January 27, 2012
Attempting to Answer the Arab Question
Where to look for answers to questions posed by the upheaval in the Arab world, when even the locals disagree? Just over one year into the Arab Spring, Rendezvous provides a modest starter pack of recommendations to some of the better sources on the web.
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|on Wednesday, July 6, 2011
4 TKI di Arab Saudi Terancam Dieksekusi
Empat TKI di Arab Saudi sudah sangat kritis terancam hukumam mati. Namun Satgas Perlindungan TKI siap melakukan apa saja untuk membebaskan keempat perempuan yang tinggal menunggu dieksekusi pancung oleh pengadilan Arab Saudi tersebut. Data yang dimiliki Satgas Perlindungan TKI, empat TKI itu adal...
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|on Saturday, February 12, 2011
Which Arab state will be the next falling domino?
After nearly three weeks of protest in Cairo and other cities across Egypt, the end came quite quickly on Friday night so that, today, the country no longer has Hosni Mubarak running things and instead has the military in charge, at least for the time being. The BBC has a pretty good analysis tha...
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