The Abraham Accords Further Complicated America’s Place in the Middle East 

The Abraham Accords Further Complicated America’s Place in the Middle East 

Israel has had mostly agreeable relations with the Sunni Arab states for some time now, as they and the United States all fear an empowered Iran. Iran certainly has the capacity to be the region’s most powerful state. While it's currently sidelined on the world stage, it used to have extremely favorable relations with the United States, even owing the creation of its nuclear program in the 1950s to the U.S. Additionally, Iran has a significant amount of natural resources, having the second largest natural gas, and fourth largest oil reserves in the world. Iran also has a dense and effective...

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Liberland Has a Right to Be Free

Liberland Has a Right to Be Free

Along the Danube River in South-Central Europe rests a unique parcel of land. This roughly 2.7 square mile piece of land is sandwiched between Croatia and Serbia. Before the breakup of Yugoslavia, the autonomous regions within the federal republic established their borders following the Danube. However, after decades, the river has slightly changed its course, leaving this piece of land outside of both borders. After the breakup of Yugoslavia, neither nation claimed the land, and in fact it remained terra nullius, or no man’s land, until 2015.  Vit Jedlička and a few others proclaimed the...

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Israel Winner of the 2003 Iraq Oil War

Israel Winner of the 2003 Iraq Oil War

From the Foreword by Lawrence B. Wilkerson: “[T]he debate over whether oil was a principal reason for the 2003 invasion has waxed and waned, with one camp arguing that it absolutely was, while the other argues the precise opposite.” “Mr. Vogler, himself a former...

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