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Dan Lieberman is editor of Alternative Insight,, a commentary on foreign policy and politics. He is author of the book A Third Party Can Succeed in America and a Kindle: The Artistry of a Dog.. Dan can be reached at [email protected]


Articles by Dan Lieberman :

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi And Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan Coalesce Power – OpEd

Want to qualify Egyptian President Morsi’s bold moves and predict his future actions? Just examine Turkish PM Erdogan’s previous political

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The Film “The Flat” Falls Flat – OpEd

The Flat, a 2011 Israeli “documentary,” written and directed by Arnon Goldfinger, is an important film, but not for its

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Rescuing Free Enterprise – OpEd

There is a system called capitalism, and it is simple – increase capital from constant reinvestment of capital, invest profits

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Life And Death: The Tank Man And Rachel Corrie – OpEd

The court decision in Israel, which exonerated the driver of a huge bulldozer in the death of activist Rachel Corrie,

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Preparing The Public For The Attack On Hezbollah – OpEd

When the rhetoric starts to ratchet, the bombs are ready to explode. Before the assault the attacking nation unleashes a

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Obama Faces Middle East Critics – OpEd


Four years into his presidency, and several months from an election, President Barack Obama is the matador in the political

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An Israeli ‘Peacenik’ Comes Out Of The Cold – OpEd

On May 17, 2012, the Washington based Woodrow Wilson Center featured Amihai Ayalon in a book presentation: Peace Without Partners:

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I Ran From Iraq And Now I Rack Up Iran – OpEd

Iraq and Iran border each other, have prominent Shi’a populations, and differ in their names by only the last letter.

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Why Has President Sarkozy Revived Alleged Armenian Genocide? – OpEd

Genocide is always ignored until the genocide is over. After its completion, eloquent and hypocritical words appear in defense of

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Crushing Vladimir Putin – OpEd

There must be more than coincidence to the observation that the American media’s appraisal of a world leader often reflects

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