Alisa Balakishiyeva
Alisa Balakishiyeva
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Chechen President Says Boston Bombers Were Made in the USA

"They grew up in the USA, their personalities were formed there," said Ramzan Kadyrov in an interview with Russian NTV.

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Falklands War Still a Major Issue Between Britain and Argentina

Confrontation over Falklands between the UK and Argentina can be solved by sharing oil revenues among two states,a reasonable solution that won't harm a self-determination issue of Islanders.
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Davos-Like Political Forum in Istanbul Highlights Turkey's Growing Clout

The World Political Forum in Istanbul, Turkey, is a new hub for politicians and scholars to discuss major issues and challenges around the world. It also highlights Turkey's increasing influence.
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Greek Election Turmoil: Will Greece Exit Eurozone Amidst Chaos?

If Greece fails to create a coalition government, they could experience worse and even more painful economic and political downfall.

Islam Hate Fueled By Western Media?

The West has identified Islam as a menace to the society, meanwhile creating its negative image via media.

Why Does the Titantic Live On, 100 Years After the Tragedy?

James Cameron's movie "The Titanic" has launched in 3-D, marking one of the many celebrations of 100th anniversary of the tragedy. Why does this story continue to resonate today?

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Why America, Britain, and the West Are Flaming War in Syria

If the West continues to involve itself with the Syrian conflict, it will cause a string of problems in the region.
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What Kony 2012 and Invisible Children Have Done Right

Sure, Kony 2012 has not highlighted the full scope of the problems in Uganda. But it has brought attention to a very focused and fixable problem.
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Iran Nuclear Weapons Issue: U.S. and Israel Playing a Dangerous Political Game

Iran is not a real threat. Instead, the U.S. and Israel are using the nuclear issue as a foil to accomplish other goals. In Israel's case, that's diverting attention away from Palestine.