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Putin Not Likely to Change Tact in Ukraine

July 25, 2014
LIGNET analyst Lisa Ruth explains that Putin remains defiant concerning Ukraine and the shootdown of MH 17, and he is unlikely to alter his position. Putin is currently enjoying an extremely high popularity rating at home, says Ruth, and most of the international community appears to be backing his rhetoric. Russia remains interested in keeping the former satellites in its orbit, and will attempt to avoid the appearance that the West forced its hand.

Dershowitz and Zogby Clash on Gaza Conflict

July 11, 2014
Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz and Arab American Institute President James Zogby debated on Newsmax TV about the crisis between Israel and Hamas. Dershowitz insists that Hamas is “100 percent at fault. Zogby acknowledged the rocket fire by Hamas was "inexcusable," but that the response of both sides was "stupid." Zogby insisted the real cause for the latest outbreak of violence is due to Israel "oppressing brutally" the Palestinians, and its "horrific blockade" of Gaza.

Fleitz: ‘Essential’ that US Weighs in on Iraq Crisis

July 7, 2014
LIGNET Chief analyst Fred Fleitz told America’s Forum that it is s “irresponsible” to let the situation in Iraq play itself out, and that it is “essential” for the U.S. to take some action. ISIS, explained Fleitz, wants to be “The leading radical Islamist organization on earth,” and could become a radical Islamist State. Fleitz says it is “essential” that we weigh in to stop that from happening.

Ruth: Christian Persecution Is Growing Worldwide

July 2, 2014
There is a growing trend of Christian persecution worldwide, with the case of a Sudanese woman sentenced to die for refusing to renounce her Christian faith just the latest in what former CIA analyst Lisa Ruth characterizes as a religion "under siege" by terror groups such as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria and Africa’s Boko Haram.

Fleitz: Maliki Government Good For Iran

June 23, 2014
Chief LIGNET analyst Fred Fleitz said on “Midpoint” that the current government in Iraq is good for Iran, and Tehran is interested in retaining Prime Minister al-Maliki in power. Fleitz explained that Iran wants to shore up the Maliki government to avoid the possibility of a new government dominated by Sunnis. Iran also wants to stop expansion of ISIS in Syria. According to Fleitz, Iran is likely already providing intelligence and logistical support to Maliki. However, Iran also probably wants to avoid providing troops on the ground.

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