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One-Act Farces on Peace in Palestine and their political lessons (Middle East)

Monday 24 December 2007 by CEPRID
Agustín Velloso CEPRID 24 - XII - 07 Last week end (14-16 December), the Forum for a Just Peace in the Middle East, one of the longest running plays in the world, was once again performed, this time in Alcorcon (a town close to Madrid). The plot was written by the Partido Socialista Obrero (...) > continue


Spain’s PSOE Socialist Party Follows The Same Foreign Policy As The PP Under Aznar (Middle East)

Tuesday 11 December 2007 by CEPRID
Agustín Velloso CEPRID 11 - XII - 07 Ex-President Aznar made himself dismally famous four years ago when he chose to ally his fate with that of US President Bush in the war of aggression against Iraq. The lies, cliches and slick, superficial slogans, that mixture of political machismo and fake (...) > continue


Proposal for setting up an international citizens’ tribunal on the deeds committed by the Israeli army and secret services in Lebanon and the occupied Palestinian territories (Middle East)

Monday 29 October 2007 by CEPRID
CEPRID 29 - X - 07 The deeds committed by the Israeli army and secret services in Lebanon, as in the occupied Palestinian territories, constitute a violent affront to the universal human conscience. These are criminal acts, as many people feel instinctively. They are different from the acts (...) > continue


Elephant cemetery : the UN in Lebanon (Middle East)

Tuesday 18 September 2007 by CEPRID
Alberto Cruz CEPRID 18 - IX - 07 The main ideological battlefield in the Middle East is Lebanon. However much United States media cover the situation in Iraq (and one should remember the only thing they worry about is the number of their dead soldiers), that country is not the one where the (...) > continue


The United States’ new strategy in Lebanon : the secret war against Hizbollah (Middle East)

Sunday 1 July 2007 by CEPRID
Alberto Cruz CEPRID 1 -VII -07 A time-worn adage in journalism says that redundancy enables a better understanding of language, so here we go again : the tree of Iraq stops us seeing the Middle East wood. Absorbed in our navel-gazing, we behave like children covering our ears to stave off a (...) > continue


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