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On Zbigniew Brzezinski: Geopolitical Mastermind, Realist Practitioner

Zbigniew Brzezinski

Personal Prelude

I never knew Zbigniew Brzezinski well, and was certainly not a friend, hardly an acquaintance, but we interacted on several occasions, directly and indirectly. We were both members of the Editorial Board of Foreign Policy magazine founded in 1970 during its early years, which featured lively meetings every few months at the home of the founding co-Chair, a liberal banker named Warren Damien Manshel (the other founding co-Chair was his Harvard friend from graduate school, Samuel Huntington).

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Greetings for Diana Buttu

Diana Buttu

A few days ago, a not so well-known Palestinian woman received an unusual honor. An article of hers was published on top of the first page of the most respected newspaper on earth: New York Times.

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The Labour Party has Regained Its Principles and Offers Hope to Millions

jeremy-corbyn

After 20-plus years of being lost in the muddy centre ground of British politics, the Labour party now stands tall again as the party of social democracy, rooted in values of social justice, participation and unity.

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Two Sides of the Palestinian Coin: Hunger Strike/Gaza

fisherman

The Palestinian hunger strike protesting Israeli prison conditions was suspended on May 27th after 40 days, at a time when many of the 1000 or so strikers were experiencing serious deteriorations of health, most were by then hospitalized, and the holy period of Ramadan about to commence creating continuity between the daytime fasting of the faithful and the prior desperate protest of the strikers.

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The Visitation

/trump-netanyahu

Thank God for Oren Hazan. Without him, this would have been an exceedingly dull visit.

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