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Entries by Raghida Dergham from 10/2012

The Lifeline for Damascus and Tehran Is in Putin's Hands

| Posted 10.05.2012 | World

The collapse of the Iranian currency by one-third of its value over a week will leave an impact on Iran's nuclear and strategic ambitions -- especially through the gateway of Syria.

Only Turkey's Intervention Can Cause a Shift in the Syrian Crisis

| Posted 10.12.2012 | World

It is not clear whether the signs coming from NATO point to contradiction or cooperation among its member states. The answer about the fate of NATO's role in Syria is primarily held by Turkey, which holds all the trump cards, and in this is second to none, except perhaps Washington.

A Defensive Attack by Iran to Preserve its Regional Role

| Posted 10.19.2012 | World

It is quite significant that Hezbollah is being implicated, by a decision from Iran, in the battle taking place inside Syria, by providing fighters and equipment, and in attempting to divert attention away from the battle in Syria, by sending an unmanned drone dubbed "Ayoub" over Israeli territory.

The American Elections and the Dangers of the Isolationist Tendency

| Posted 10.26.2012 | World

The tendency towards isolationism and seclusion among the majority of the American people has entrenched the doctrine of Democratic President Barack Obama.