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By Team Folks On Monday, June 18th, 2012
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How the New Revolutions May Have Failed

Column Stephen Suleyman Schwartz At mid-June, the wave of democratic revolutions in “pre-emerging” countries – those that have not yet reached the status of “emerging economies” – had seemingly come More...

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By Team Folks On Monday, November 14th, 2011
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Islamophobia Reassessed

Column by Stephen Suleyman Schwartz - At the beginning of November, I travelled to rural Pennsylvania, in the Eastern U.S., to lecture on “Islamophobia: The New Fear Industry.”  The site of my presentation More...

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By Team Folks On Sunday, August 21st, 2011
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The Arab Upsurge and Need for a New Path

Column by Stephen Suleyman Schwartz – Neil Buckley, writing in the London Financial Times of August 18, compared the wave of insurrectionary upheavals that has shaken the Arab lands with the “color revolutions” More...

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By Team Folks On Monday, August 1st, 2011
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Norwegian Demons and the Serbian Connection

Map of Serbia Column by Stephen Suleyman Schwartz - The terrorist attacks in Norway on Thursday, July 22, could not have been less mysterious.  The aggressor, an ethnic Norwegian named Anders Behring Breivik, More...

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