Monthly Archives: October 2011

What Makes Resolution of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Insuperable?

  It may be a couple of weeks more before the Palestinian request for statehood is finally decided at the UN. Understandably, the membership application submitted by the President of the Palestinian Authority (PA) Mahmud Abbas in a formal letter … Continue reading

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Has NATO Overreached in Libya?

With the seven month-long war coming to an end in Libya followed by the killing of the country‚Äôs leader Muammar al-Qaddafi, an intense debate has resurfaced whether resolution 1973 of the UN Security Council adopted on 17 March, 2011 which … Continue reading

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FATF’s Role in Combating Terrorist Financing

  Before delving into details of analyzing the role Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has been playing in addressing the problem of financing of terrorism, it may be in order to look at largely accepted definitions of terrorism. Terrorism knowing … Continue reading

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Reengagement to Stem Nuclear Tsunami in the Korean Peninsula

Optimistically, and after almost a year and a half the U.S. administration of Barack Obama seems to signal its desire to engage North Korea through bilateral talks, that auger well for denuclearization drive in the Korean peninsula. Little wonder now … Continue reading

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