Monthly Archives: September 2013

Al-Tikriti Joins BBC Radio Panel

Al-Tikriti Joins BBC Radio PanelOn September 12, Professor Nabil Al-Tikriti joined an evening panel of Fredericksburg area residents to discuss potential U.S. military intervention in Syria. The panel was organized by Fredericksburg Patch and the BBC’s Nuala McGovern, and was broadcast on BBC World Service during a four hour long world news show. In the course of the panel, […] Continue reading

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Syrian / Iraqi Ba’ath Party History Blog Entry

The Baby and the Baath Water What is happening in Syria feels like one of the last gasps of the age of the military dictators. An old way of running the world is still desperately trying to cling to power, but the underlying feeling in the west is that somehow Assad’s archaic and cruel military […] Continue reading

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Iraq unrest: Deadly car bombs rock Baghdad Shia areas

Bombings kill 40… Continue reading

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Camp Ashraf Violence

Iranian dissidents killed in Iraq camp, U.N. demands inquiry
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