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Phoenician Tyre was queen of the seas, an island city of unprecedented splendor.  She grew wealthy from her far-reaching trading ventures, distant colonies, and home industries of purple-dyed textiles. 1.902 palabras más

Canaanites

On This day -- Anniversary of the Islamic Revolution (February 11 1979) [2020]

“You will see we are not in any particular animosity with the Americans. will be a humanitarian one, which will benefit the cause of peace and tranquillity for all mankind.

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Iran

A Divided Europe: The Future of Yalta

Yalta is unfinished business. It has a longer past and it may have a more ominous future than is generally recognized. Forty years after the fateful Crimean meeting of February 4-11, 1945, between the Allied Big Three of World War II, much of our current preoccupation with Yalta focuses on its myth rather than on its continuing historical significance.

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Cold War

On This day -- Ayatollah Khomeini Returns to Iran (February 1 1979) [2020]

“You will see we are not in any particular animosity with the Americans. will be a humanitarian one, which will benefit the cause of peace and tranquillity for all mankind.

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Iran

[2012] Zbigniew Brzezinski discusses his concerns over Obama’s Asia policy.

We return to the subject of ignorance, which Brzezinski lists as one of America’s six “key vulnerabilities” in his book alongside “mounting debt’, a “flawed financial system”, “decaying national infrastructure”, “widening income inequality”, and “increasingly gridlocked politics”.

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[2015] America’s Global Balancing Act by Zbigniew Brzezinski

The redistribution of global power has produced a situation in which the US is no longer the sole hegemon. The US has to acknowledge the fact that the world is now much more complex, and that, though it must understand the national interests of key players, it cannot allow itself to identify completely with any of them. 6 palabras más

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