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    • 1.

      Mideast Nuclear Arms Race?

      by William Sutherland - 2006-12-13
      With the December 2006 Gulf Cooperation Council's (GCC) announcement of plans to "develop a joint nuclear program for peaceful purposes"[1] followed on the heals of Egypt's expressed desire to harness...
    • 2.

      God, the Incompetent

      by Dr. Charles Sabillon - 2006-12-19
      When a person takes an overall view of the history of humanity during the last 100,000 years, it becomes evident that the immense majority of people that have dwelled on this planet have had a life of...
    • 3.

      Strategy for Iraq: A Two-State Idea

      by Greg Reeson - 2006-12-20
      With the passing of the November elections, which were generally interpreted as an expression of the American public's dissatisfaction with the war in Iraq, strategies for changing direction in the wa...
    • 4.

      No god But God, Reza Aslan

      by Paul Davis - 2007-01-02
      No god but God Is a wonderful concept For all other gods besides Jesus We should wisely reject Unlike Reza Aslan does project Islam is not a religion Firmly rooted in the prophetic Jewish and Christi...
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      Iraq, Iran and the New Shiite Crescent

      by Greg Reeson - 2007-01-07
      Even before the rise of the post-Saddam government in Iraq, Sunni leaders in Egypt and Jordan warned of a "Shiite Crescent," a zone of influence and power by Islam's second largest branch that stretch...
    • 6.

      Iraq and the Surge: Who's the Commander-in-Chief?

      by Greg Reeson - 2007-01-14
      In the January 11th edition of The New York Times, published the morning after President Bush announced his new "surge" strategy for Iraq, Sheryl Gay Stolberg wrote the following passage: "By stepping...
    • 7.

      Will Israel Attack Iran (Part 2)

      by Greg Reeson - 2007-01-18
      In November of last year, I wrote an article speculating about whether or not the Israelis would take the matter of Iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons into their own hands by launching a preemptive str...
    • 8.

      Please Tell Me What is Going On In The Middle East

      by Ellen Carpenter - 2007-01-19
      Recently I have been trying to keep up with current events. I have been watching the news on the television and reading the news in the newspapers and online. One thing that I have learned is that the...
    • 9.

      Alternative Fuel: Fast Food Takes on a Whole New Meaning

      by Douglas Glenn Clark - 2007-01-20
      The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) dropped a bomb in early 2007 that may have a profound impact for years to come on how we satisfy our need for food and cheap fuel.In a report measuri...
    • 10.

      Iraq, Iran and the President's Troop Surge

      by Greg Reeson - 2007-01-24
      When President Bush unveiled his new strategy for dealing with the ongoing violence in Iraq, he made it a point to reinforce a fact that he and the rest of the world have known for some time now: that...