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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

The Foreign Mess Awaiting the Next President

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Reza Parchizadeh  "The 58th United States presidential election will arrive in 4 weeks, and emotions have never been more intense around the election of a U.S. president, at least not in the past couple of decades. Democrat and Republican rant and rave alike, daring Donald and humiliating Hillary. That is not necessarily bad. It is a manifest sign of freedom of expression, which is a building block of democracy. But if things are to remain that way and of course to improve, one must look beyond the minimal binary division of Democrat/Republican to the future of the American nation as a beacon of democracy. Whoever inherits Obama’s mantle will have to face three rising security threats if democracy is to maintain in the United States in the long run."
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. . . "Rather, American security and democracy at home will be upheld through the development of democracy – with all its attachments – in the farther-flung corners of the globe. But that calls for the next president of the United States as the supreme representative of the American nation to have the necessary brains and stomach to face the terrors of the earth." . . .
Reza Parchizadeh is a political theorist and analyst. He has a BA and an MA in English Language and Literature from University of Tehran, Iran; has studied Media and Communication Studies at Örebro University, Sweden; and is a Ph.D. candidate in English Literature and Criticism at Indiana University of Pennsylvania  . . .His research interests include theory, philosophy, history, geopolitics, security, and cultural studies. Reza is co-editor-in-chief of the Persian-language think tank Tahlil Rooz.

Leaked email reveals Saudi and Qatar support for Islamic State
. . . "It has been an open secret for years that the Saudis and other Gulf states were backing not only ISIS, but al-Qaeda and other extremist militias in Syria and around the Middle East. This appears to be show that the Obama administration was well aware of Saudi support for Islamic State and chose not to do much about it.

"According to The Intercept, the Saudis and other Gulf states were donating millions to the Clinton Foundation at the same time they were also supporting ISIS:" . . .

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