It’s past time that the U.S. recognized the true sources of security: internal social cohesion and responsible cooperation with the rest of the world, rather than the illusion of hegemony, writes Jeffrey D. Sachs.
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UK Knew Terrorists Would Gain from Toppling Gaddafi
The revelation raises serious questions about British foreign policy and whether David Cameron misled Parliament, write Phil Miller and Mark Curtis.
9/11: America’s Moby Dick
The psychic wound of 9/11 is what grieves America; it inflames its collective passion for vengeance, writes Michael Brenner.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Dilemmas of the Muslim Brotherhood
As`ad AbuKhalil describes the context in which the leadership of the Brotherhood has begun holding secret talks with Iran and its allies.
Israel’s Involvement in Libya’s Civil War
For several reasons, Israel has joined various Arab powers to back a strongman in Libya, explains Giorgio Cafiero.