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Jul 23, 2014

Senator John Walsh Confronts Questions of Plagiarism

An examination of the final paper required for Senator John Walsh’s master’s degree from the United States Army War College indicates he appropriated at least one-quarter of his thesis on American Middle East policy from other authors’ works... #Middle East #United States Army

Jul 23, 2014

From Outliers To A Growing Force: What Do Women Entrepreneurs In The Middle East Need To Thrive?

For many years in the Middle East, the harsh weather, the oil wealth, male dominance of the public space, as well as a traditional patriarchal society made it difficult—or unnecessary—for women to enter the business world. But some were able to break... #Middle East #United States Army

Jul 24, 2014

As Much of the World Frowns on Israel, Americans Hold Out Support

The failures of the Arab Spring to spread democracy in the Middle East have left many in America more inclined to side with Israel, which has lost backing elsewhere, analysts say... #Middle East #Pew Research Center #United States #Germany #Israel #Great Britain #Europe #China #Gaza Strip #United Nations Human Rights Council #France #Hamas

Jul 24, 2014

As Much of the World Frowns on Israel, Americans Hold Out Support

The failures of the Arab Spring to spread democracy in the Middle East have left many in America more inclined to side with Israel, which has lost backing elsewhere, analysts say... #Middle East #Pew Research Center #United States #Germany #Israel #Great Britain #Europe #China #Gaza Strip #United Nations Human Rights Council #France #Hamas

Jul 21, 2014

Secretaries of State and negotiations in the Middle East

As Secretary of State Kerry set off for the Middle East Monday hoping to forge a Israeli-Palestinian truce, he follows of long line of top U.S. diplomats who have done the same — dating back to the 1940s... #Middle East #Pew Research Center #United States #Germany #Israel #Great Britain #Europe #China #Gaza Strip #United Nations Human Rights Council #France #Hamas

Jul 23, 2014

New Push To Lure Hamas Into Truce

The Obama administration, Israel and other Middle East allies are refashioning an Egyptian cease-fire proposal to assure Hamas that Gaza's economic interests would be addressed if the Islamist group stops rocket attacks... #Israel #Hamas #Middle East #Barack Obama

Jul 21, 2014

China Imports of Iran Crude Hit New High

China imported a record amount of crude oil from Iran in the first half of the year amid a loosening of U.S. sanctions, furthering increasing the importance of Middle East supplies for the world's No. 2 economy... #Iran #China #Middle East

Jul 24, 2014

As Much of the World Frowns on Israel, Americans Hold Out Support

The failures of the Arab Spring to spread democracy in the Middle East have left many in America more inclined to side with Israel, which has lost backing elsewhere, analysts say... #Middle East #Pew Research Center #United States #Germany #Israel #Great Britain #Europe #China #Gaza Strip #United Nations Human Rights Council #France #Hamas

Jul 22, 2014

600 dead in Gaza as Secretary Kerry, UN chief arrive in Egypt

The death toll in Gaza surged over 600 early Tuesday as Israel and Hamas showed no signs of giving peace a chance, even as America’s top diplomat jetted to the Middle East looking for a truce... #Israel #Egypt #Middle East #Hamas #Gaza Strip

Jul 21, 2014

Kerry returns to Mideast to push for cease-fire as US tones down criticism of Israel

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is making a renewed push for a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas with another trip to the Middle East after the civilian death toll in the conflict sharply escalated over the weekend... #Israel #Egypt #Middle East #Hamas #Gaza Strip
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