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 Taylor Report 
 New Front in Lebanon; Saudi "Kingdom of Horrors" doubles down on sectarian warfare
 Mahdi Nazemroaya
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Back from Beirut, Mahdi Nazemroaya, newly the author of "The Globalization of NATO," reports on the regional conflict engulfing Syria. The Syrian government surprised the great powers by surviving the onslaught of the Gulf monarchies and NATO. "The only reason it surprised them was because of their imperial arrogance," comments Nazemroaya.

The insurgents are in retreat in parts of Syria. Fighting has spilled over into Lebanon, which is where Hezbollah's intervention has taken place.

"We can see where every country stands" when it comes to Syria. How do Arabs feel? Does France have the right to determine Syria's destiny? Which of the Gulf dictatorships will lead the war for democracy? They'll keep the war going as long as their brutal sweatshops aren't collapsing.

In Egypt, Morsi was calling for a "no-fly-zone." Now, Egyptians are calling for a "No Morsi Zone." It reminds one of Erdogan. They have sown the wind. Who will reap the whirlwind?
Mahdi Nazemroaya

"The Globalization of NATO"

 Interview with Mahdi Nazemroaya Download Program Podcast
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00:28:11 English 2013-07-01
 Toronto, Ontario
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