John J. Xenakis

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World View: Obama Administration Lays Out Case for Syria Intervention

President Barack Obama says that he has not yet made a decision on Syria, but he's set several "red lines," and failed to do anything when the red lines were breached. Thus, many analysts believe Obama has no choice but to launch an American attack on Syria, and they expect an attack this weekend, possibly with some support from France and Turkey. Aug 31, 2013 7:05 AM PT

World View: Israel Braces for Counter-Strike if U.S. Hits Syria

Both Syria and Hezbollah are promising to respond to an American attack on Syria with a counter-attack on Israel. In Israel, civilians flooded gas mask distribution centers spurred on by fears that any Western military response to last week's alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria could ensnare their own country in war. Aug 28, 2013 3:00 AM PT

World View: The Drums of War Beat over Syria

The horrific videos of Wednesday's chemical weapons attack in Syria have been streaming in, and Syria continued until the last week to bomb and shell the site of the attack, in order to degrade and destroy the evidence. Aug 27, 2013 12:51 AM PT

World View: U.S. Hints at Cruise Missile Strikes Against Syria

Senior American Defense Department officials are acknowledging that the U.S. is considering various options for military intervention in Syria, including a list of targets for possible cruise missile strikes. At the same time, the U.S. Navy is putting more forces into the area in preparation for a possible cruise missile strike. Aug 24, 2013 7:29 AM PT

World View: Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Faces Identity Crisis

Since the July 3 Army coup that ousted president Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood government from power, it increasingly appears that the Army's aggressive attack on the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) organization is having some success. Aug 21, 2013 1:26 AM PT

World View: Sinai 'Is Almost an All-Out War' as Attack Kills 24 Egyptian Policemen

Suspected Islamist terrorists killed 24 Egyptian policemen on Monday in Egypt's Sinai region, near the border with Gaza and Israel. Jihadists are increasingly teaming up with indigenous Bedouins in the Sinai, especially since the July 3 ouster of president Mohamed Morsi, taking advantage of the chaotic situation in Cairo. Aug 20, 2013 2:21 AM PT

World View: Thirty-Six Deaths in Cairo on Sunday

Sunday was a relatively quiet day in Egypt, after a week of clashes between security forces and Muslim Brotherhood (MB) supporters that resulted in almost 1,000 deaths. Aug 18, 2013 11:53 PM PT

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