Showing posts from July, 2011

Forgetting lessons of the Holocaust: European, Israeli and Jewish right-wing extremists court one another

Norway killer Anders Behring Breivik. (File Photo) inShare2

Blatter hints for first time that FIFA may investigate Qatar’s World Cup bid

FIFA President Sepp Blatter adjusts his headphones during a press conference. (File photo) inShare

Qatar’s Bin Hammam wins as Asian soccer unit delays replacement election for a year

Asian Football Confederation (AFC) President Mohamed Bin Hammam speaks during a news conference. (File Photo) inShare

Commander’s killing creates challenges for post-Qaddafi Libya

The TNC’s resorting to tribal politics in the immediate aftermath of General Younis’ death however suggests the challenge post-Qaddafi will face in trying to build institutions from scratch in a nation that has been ruled on the basis of tribes for the four decades (File Photo) inShare0 By JAMES M. DORSEY

The mysterious killing of the commander of Libyan rebel forces foreshadows the difficulties a post-Qaddafi Libya will encounter once it embarks on a transition toward democracy irrespective of who was responsible for th

US fence straddling fuels anti-Americanism in Syria and Bahrain

Bahrainis protest US support for Khalifa regime. (File Photo)

UN sanctions threaten to turn Qaddafi held territory into humanitarian disaster zone

A caricature depicting Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi (C) with female bodyguards is displayed in a gallery at an exhibition titled "Gaddafi's Crimes Exhibition" at Old University in Benghazi. (File photo)