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Iranian President Prescribes Democracy for Palestine, Forgets to Check Iran's Pulse

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi proposes a democratic solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, while ironically overlooking the lack of similar democratic processes in Iran. His plan includes a single-state solution based on voting by all Palestinians, starkly contrasting with Iran's own political landscape.
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When the Budget's Tight, But the War Drags on, and Dogs Might Lead Better Than Men

U.S. funds for Ukraine dwindle, Zelenskyy quips about a dog-led peace, and Ukraine prolongs martial law amidst maritime strife—suggesting even a dog's rule could be a relief.
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Nuclear Peacemaking: Minister's Explosive Diplomacy Shakes Up the Art of International Relations

Heritage Minister Amichai Eliyahu's eyebrow-raising endorsement of nuclear options for Gaza turns diplomacy on its head, marrying biblical vengeance with atomic-age zeal in a satirical twist on international relations. When hyperbole and policy collide, Eliyahu’s statements beg the question: Is reality the new satire?
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Yemen's Percolating Peril: Decoding the Bitter Grind of a Forgotten Brew

Yemen's crisis—where Houthi rebels and a Saudi-backed government stir a bitter blend, while the world's response simmers on the back burner, leaving a humanitarian disaster brewing in the pot.
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When Being 'Sorry' Just Doesn't Cut It: Canada's Stance (or Lack Thereof) on Gaza

Canada abstains from UN vote on Gaza ceasefire, facing criticism for lack of compassion and independence from US stance.
World Affairs

The Enigma of Canadian Special Forces in Israel

Canada's elite JTF2 troops have tiptoed into Israel, and the official story is they're just there to fluff pillows at the embassy. Are they moonlighting as peacekeepers or auditioning for a cameo in the next Middle East action saga.
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The Secular Cool and the Orthodox Rule in Israel's Tug-of-War for Tomorrow

In the heart of Israel, a dynamic tension simmers between secular freedoms and ultra-Orthodox traditions as a rapidly changing demographic landscape raises questions about the nation's cultural and political horizon. This is not just a family disagreement over dinner; it's a profound national discourse on the future identity of a country at a crossroads.
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Eviction Extravaganza: Pakistan's Misstep in the Mass Migrant March-Out

Pakistan's decision to expel over a million undocumented Afghan migrants is creating a humanitarian crisis, with the move likely to backfire by disrupting its own economic and social fabric while exacerbating the strain on Afghanistan's limited resources.
World Affairs

When Class is Out: The Walkout on Hillary's Watch

In a Twist of Academic Irony, Students at Columbia Give Hillary Clinton an Unplanned Lesson in Freedom of Speech