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Tom Hayden :
Who is creating a terrorist threat?

The imminent danger is that Obama is preparing to go to war not to ‘save Baghdad’ but to attack the perceived threat of a Sunni jihadist ‘sanctuary.’ By Tom Hayden | The Rag Blog | June 25, 2014 Contrary to … finish reading Tom Hayden :
Who is creating a terrorist threat?

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Tom Hayden : Does Egyptian Coup Augur an Arab Winter?

Throngs in Cairo celebrate the military’s overthrow of Mohamed Morsi, July 3, 2013. Photo by Amr Nabil / AP. An Arab winter?The coup in Egypt If Morsi couldn’t create a new center, the reason might not have been because he … finish reading Tom Hayden : Does Egyptian Coup Augur an Arab Winter?

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Tom Hayden : On Bin Laden and Searching for Monsters

Seeking monsters to destroy. Image from Slog.Searching for monsters:Bin Laden is dead, but willthe ‘Long War’ on terror live on? By Tom Hayden / The Rag Blog / May 3, 2011 John Quincy Adams long ago urged that American foreign … finish reading Tom Hayden : On Bin Laden and Searching for Monsters

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Zaid Jilani : Arab Countries Where the ‘Jasmine Revolution’ Could Spread

Algerian riot Police scuffle with protesters in Algiers, Algeria, Saturday. Thousands defied a government ban on demonstrations,but were outnumbered by police. Photo by Sidali Djarboub / AP.Who’s next?The ‘Jasmine Revolution’ and the Arab world By Zaid Jilani / ThinkProgress / … finish reading Zaid Jilani : Arab Countries Where the ‘Jasmine Revolution’ Could Spread

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