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Can We Trust Pompeo’s Unmistakable Certainty on Iran?

Can We Trust Pompeo’s Unmistakable Certainty on Iran?

by    Peter Isackson

Mike Pompeo has “no doubt” that Iran is guilty of attacking the tankers in the Gulf of Oman, while the rest of the world is left wondering. Seeking to understand where US policy on events in the Persian Gulf are likely to lead, Fox News journalist Chis Wallace asked Secretary of State Mike Pompeo this Read More

Who Can Beat Trump in 2020?

Who Can Beat Trump in 2020?

by    S. Suresh

For Democrats, the issue of paramount importance is identifying the person best suited to defeating Trump next November. The United States of America is facing a constitutional crisis of an unparalleled magnitude. The Founding Fathers of the nation wisely created the executive, judicial and legislative branches of government to ensure checks and balances between them. Read More

A Constitutional Crisis in Moldova Produces an Unexpected Alliance

A Constitutional Crisis in Moldova Produces an Unexpected Alliance

by    Rejeanne Lacroix

Russia and the West seem to be on the same page when it comes to the resolution of the political crisis in Moldova. Moldova is overcoming its most serious political crisis since its independence from the Soviet Union, which ensued when the incumbent Democratic Party refused to step down despite failing to secure a majority Read More

UAE Attracts AI Investment Due to Flexibility

UAE Attracts AI Investment Due to Flexibility

by    Dina Al-Shibeeb

As the AI industry develops, it is without a doubt that the United Arab Emirates will continue to make tech headlines. Pragmatic countries eying long-term economic sustainability know they must invest in technology amid an expected explosion of artificial intelligence (AI). According to a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), AI adoption will account for 45% of Read More

For Iran, Options Are Few and Prospects Are Grim

For Iran, Options Are Few and Prospects Are Grim

by    Gary Grappo

After last week’s tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman, Tehran will need to undertake a sober assessment of its options, which are few, and its prospects, which only get worse. Last week’s attacks on two oil tankers outside the Strait of Hormuz show that for now Tehran is choosing from a very limited playbook Read More

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