Daily Archives: March 29, 2014

Music

This is a YouTube playlist that has several hundred hours of YouTube videos of peaceful and serene music and imagery. Click on the video window shown below to start playing. The double arrows at the bottom of the video window allow you to step through the playlist. After that, double click on the playlist to make it full screen. Double click again to change it back. Enjoy.

Middle East Politics in Disarray

This is a new essay by Paul Merkley, Middle East Politics in Disarray, reprinted by permission of Paul and from The Bayview Review. See the links at the end for direct access to the rest of Paul’s work.

Rejoicing and Consternation Follows in the Middle East from the Geneva Accords.

In November, 2013, there unexpectedly appeared in our newspapers pictures of cheery handshakes exchanged between senior U.S and Iranian politicians. They were celebrating the signing at Geneva, Switzerland, of an interim “Plan of Action” which, the politicians all agreed, could put an end to one of the longest and most dangerous international crises of the last few decades. Under this Plan of Action, Iran was agreeing to put the brakes on its programme of nuclear enrichment while the U.S. and the other participants (the Five Permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany) agreed to relax sanctions imposed against Iran.

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