Daily Archives: Thursday April 5th, 2018

French historian: President Bashar al-Assad is the first Arab leader to triumph over global decision-making centers

in an interview with France 24, French professor “Olivier Roy” said that President Bashar al-Assad will be the first Arab leader to win over the global decision-making centers. In the interview Prof. Roy – who is an orientalist,a French thinker , has PhD in political science and one of the greatest contemporary historians of conflicts in the Muslim countries – ...

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Justice and Development Party (AK Party) – Undermining The Foundations of the Republic of Turkey (Part 6)

By “Ahmad Sulaiman Al-Ibrahim” – a researcher on Turkish affairs.(Part 6 out of 16) In the context of the role of Justice and Development Party in the universal, reactionary and fascist war against Syria and the region, this war cannot be addressed within the vocabulary of modernity and traditional wars where power is monopolized by states. However, it must be ...

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Robert Fisk Talks about the Suffering of the Inhabitants of Eastern Ghouta

Robert Fisk, “The Independent’s” journalist affirmed that the world would take years, perhaps decades, to understand the extent of suffering of the Eastern Ghouta inhabitants. Fisk came to such conclusion in a report he wrote after his visit to the Eastern Ghouta where he observed the process of rescuing civilians from Duma to the temporary camp in Adra region. Fisk ...

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Will the American Century end in Syria?

Under this title, Bloomberg published an article by Hal Brands. Writer of this article devotes it to talk about the decline of the American unilateral system. The starting point for this is Syria, although he tries to wrap this decline by the arrogant and false slogans raised by American administrations on democracy, human rights and morality. It is well-known that ...

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Dopamine and Happiness

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter produced by the brain, and italso plays an important role in many important functions of the body. Dopamine improves the intellectual functions (knowledge, memory, attention, assessment, problem-solving, and decision-making). It regulates prolactin secretion. Therefore, dopamine is essential for our happiness and well-being in general. Insufficient amounts of this neurotransmitter lead to sadness, depression, negativity and a ...

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