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Who’s the radical, Trump or Obama?

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The president looks the part only if you believe his predecessor was the norm.

By Ted R. Bromund, Newsday

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How to kill a country: the continued destruction of Greece

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BDA592D2-6A4C-48A2-B30A-08A53883DC9CThe ruling party of Greece, Siriza, under the leadership of Alexis Tsipras, is keen to prevent another bailout in August, but the reforms imposed upon Greece in the last 8 years have all but destroyed any remnant of hope in the birth place of democracy.

By Patricia Pino, The Pileus

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Can Europe save the Middle East peace process?

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By Mustapha Karkouti, Special to Gulf News

In the absence of a credible US leadership in the Middle East, the European Union States needs to step in to save the only hope for peace in the region: the two-state solution.

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US-Turkey Relations: Friction Is the New Normal

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BY NATHANIEL HANDY, Fair Observer

Don’t expect major improvements in the old alliance any time soon, but don’t expect it to vanish either.

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Why Turkey And EU Need A New Partnership

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by Ozay Mehmet, Social Europe

As a new year gets under way in a troubled world, it is timely to fix the ailing EU-Turkey relationship with a new Strategic Partnership. Much lip-service has been paid to Turkey’s “eventual full membership”, but neither Brussels nor Ankara really believes in it. Accession talks have been “frozen” for years.

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