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Brigitte Queck: Zum Einsatz von Depleted Uranium-Waffen durch die NATO in Kriegsgebieten seit dem 2. Golfkrieg

Zum Einsatz von Depleted-Uranium-Waffen durch die NATO in Kriegsgebieten seit dem 2. Golfkrieg Brigitte Queck Was kann man in der herkömmlichen wissenschaftlichen Literatur über Urangeschosse finden ? Abgereichertes Uran 238 ist das Abfallprodukt, das bei der Herstellung vonBrennelementen für Atomkraftwerke übrig bleibt. Um in einem Atomkraftwerk Energie zu erzeugen, werden atomare Brenn ...

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Norton Mezvinsky: Christian Zionism and Evangelical Christian Zionists – A Lecture

Lecture Delivered by Norton Mezvinsky at the 2012 Summer Institute for Scholars, held by the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT) in Herndon, Virginia on June 12, 2012 I am pleased to be here with you at this impressive IIIT Summer Institute for Scholars. Hopefully, I shall make a small, positive contribution to your deliberations. Similar to the topic of the previous presentation, my topic is ...

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Alison Weir: The History of US-Israel Relations (Part 1)

The History of US-Israel Relations Part One How the “special relationship” was created   Alison Weir September 2011   [We feel this information is so important that we are posting it now. However, this is an ongoing project and the below text is an incomplete, uncorrected draft. Please check back later for the final version.] While many people are led to believe that US support for Isr ...

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Samer Abdelnour, Alaa Tartir, Rami Zurayk: Farming Palestine for Freedom

Al-Shabaka Policy Brief July 2012   Executive Summary Farming Palestine for Freedom Download (PDF) Lebanese activist, author, and agronomist Rami Zurayk joins Al-Shabaka Policy Advisors Samer Abdelnour and Alaa Tartir to tackle the way the agricultural sector has been devastated by Israeli policies as well as the Palestinian Authority (PA) and donor policies and practices -- in "Farming Palestine ...

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Ro´i Tov: „Israel Will Win Due To Technological Advantage“ –

Goebbels ruined it. The Reich Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda in Nazi Germany was so effective in his propaganda that it transcended the Reich’s borders and timeline. Even now, such an attempt of manipulation by the state would be immediately recognized and rejected by the masses. In the 1999 elections to the Knesset, there was a Goebbelian moment. Benjamin Netanyahu’s tired diat ...

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Stockholm International Peace Research Institute – Yearbook 2012

Washington 4 June 2012: Arab Spring redefines conflict; 'fewer but newer' nuclear weapons; peacekeeping numbers plateau - new SIPRI Yearbook out now (Stockholm, 4 June 2012) Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) today launches the findings of SIPRI Yearbook 2012, which assesses the current state of international security, armaments and disarmament. Read the Press Release in French ...

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Ro´i Tov: It Is Too Late For Assad´s Resignation – War in Syria Deteriorating Into Ethnic War

On August 22, 2012, two news items related to Syria converged into an unprecedented escalation in the ongoing tragedy. The first was a statement made the day before by Syrian Vice President Qadri Jamil; he said that Damascus is willing to discuss President Bashar al-Assad’s resignation. He said that “all problems can come up during negotiations, and we will be willing to discuss this issue, ...

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Noam Sheizaf: Netanyahu´s Empty Gun – War With Iran Seems Less and Less Likely

          By Noam Sheizaf Published August 17, 2012 Netanyahu’s empty gun: War with Iran less and less likely             The rhetoric of Israel’s prime minister and defense minister stands at odds with what seems like a growing recognition that Israel will not attack the Iranian nuclear facilities on its own. There is an absolute consensus ...

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Uri Avnery: Striking Iran – Mad or Crazy?

Netanyahu's Scare Tactics Striking Iran: Mad or Crazy? by URI AVNERY Benjamin Netanyahu may be crazy, but he is not mad. Ehud Barak may be mad, but he is not crazy. Ergo: Israel will not attack Iran. * * * I have said so before, and I shall say so again, even after the endless talk about it. Indeed no war has been talked about so much before it happened. To quote the classic movie line: “If you ha ...

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Alfred W. McCoy: Impunity at Home, Rendition Abroad – How Both Parties Made Illegality the American Way of Life

After a decade of fiery public debate and bare-knuckle partisan brawling, the United States has stumbled toward an ad hoc bipartisan compromise over the issue of torture that rests on two unsustainable policies: impunity at home and rendition abroad. President Obama has closed the CIA’s “black sites,” its secret prisons where American agents once dirtied their hands with waterboarding and ...

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