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Tag Archives: Saudi Arabia
Initial analytical thoughts on Paris Attacks.
The following are some initial thoughts on the Paris attacks. The analysis relies on information in the public domain and includes what is known about previous attacks of a similar nature. I hope the following helps others to understand the … Continue reading
Posted in Government, justice, public sector, statesmanship, strategy Tagged Al-Qaeda, Guantanamo Bay detention camp, Osama Bin Laden, Paris, paris attacks, Saudi Arabia, The Pentagon 1 Comment
Israel’s strategy in Gaza; creating liberal democratic tendencies.
Many observers argue that Israel lacks a strategy in Gaza. If it has a strategy, it is bankrupt because any success does not stop the attacks. A related view argues Israel’s tactical advantage cannot be turned into strategic victory. By … Continue reading
Posted in Government, justice, philosophy, statesmanship, strategy, war Tagged Gaza, Hamas, Israel, North America, Palestinian people, Saudi Arabia, United States, Yasser Arafat 23 Comments