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The Iraq Crisis: The madness of the media and political elite

The Iraq Crisis: The madness of the media and political elite
by Ian Sinclair
Morning Star
20 August 2014

By authorising airstrikes against the Islamic State (aka ISIS), President Obama became the fourth US Commander-In-Chief since Ronald Reagan to initiate a bombing campaign on Iraq. 815 more words

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Iraq: Left Foot Forward's James Bloodworth Goes to War Again

Iraq: Left Foot Forward’s James Bloodworth Goes to War Again
By Ian Sinclair
Huffington Post
21 August 2014

We are, it would seem, being misled about Iraq once again. 914 more words

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Imposing a biased narative: Iran versus the United States and the United Kingdom

In 1979 the Islamic Revolution burst forth in Iran. The world was inundated with pictures & narratives of a medieval, murderous being on the march in the closing stages of the twentieth century. 1,312 more words

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Hope and fear coexist in policy on Iran as moment of truth inches closer

The House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee’s new report on policy towards Iran contains no surprises – startling new departures aren’t in the nature of such documents – but does help crystallise a couple of important features of the present posture of the Western coalition’s posture towards Iran. 1,359 more words