Tag Archives: Samuel Huntington

Samuel Huntington, the clash of civilizations and Libya

Following the 1993 publishing of the book “Clash of Civilizations?” by the political scientist Samuel Huntington, it has only become more evident how prescient his thesis was at this time when looking at the US’ foreign policy in the Middle East. Huntington hypothesized that in the decades following the end of the Cold War; political conflicts would be rooted in …

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Norge som ledende våpenhandler krigsnasjon

Politicized Gene Sharp riots is another attempted coup d'etat: Hanne Herland Report

  Hanne Nabintu Herland: Norge som ledende våpenhandler krigsnasjon:  Jeg vil i dette åpningsforedraget ved Den Norske Filosofifestival i Kragerø betrakte Norge fra en utenrikspolitisk vinkel som er svært vanlig i internasjonale farvann, men som vi hører lite om i den brede norsk offentlighet. Sannheten om Norge er at vi lever i en ekstremt brutal kultur som kjennetegnes av særdeles …

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How the West turned the Middle East into Arab Winter

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  The West turned the Middle East into Arab Winter: Throughout history, democratic leaders have occasionally shown an extraordinary talent in destabilizing the world. This was the case in Germany leading up to World War II. It also seems to apply to the current American foreign policy in the Middle East. The invention of the Arab spring has turned into …

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US’ atrocities in the Middle East

The Divided United States: Herland Report

  Hanne Nabintu Herland: Robert McNamara eloquently warned in the documentary The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara against the US tendency to take part in civil wars by supporting one of the conflicting parties. He said that one is deemed to lose if this is the strategy. McNamara further stated that this was America’s biggest …

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