Bibi Discusses Middle East in Moscow

The Middle East peace process was the main topic of discussion during a meeting in Moscow between Benjamin Netanyahu and Dmitry Medvedev. The Israeli prime minister and the Russian president met Monday as part of Netanyahu’s first official visit to Russia. “Israel is more than just a partner in the ordinary sense for us, but […]

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Israel and Iran Trade Warnings

Israel and Iran have traded warnings as the Islamic Republic plans another massive military exercise against a possible attack by Israel. Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said that the United Nations Security Council will impose tougher sanctions on Iran within a month. His prediction coincided with American media reports that the recent renewed unrest in […]

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Reagan Hated Berlin Wall From Start, Son Says

By: Jim Meyers With Monday marking the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Ronald Reagan’s son Michael tells Newsmax that his father was deeply troubled by the wall from the night it was first erected. Michael Reagan also said President Barack Obama’s decision not to attend the anniversary ceremonies in Berlin is “sad,” […]

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Dollar facing ‘power-shift’: analysts

The dollar’s position as the world’s leading reserve currency faces increased pressure as the financial crisis allows emerging economies greater influence on the world stage, analysts said. A report last week in The Independent claiming that China, Russia and Gulf States are among nations prepared to ditch the dollar for oil trades has heightened the […]

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