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Dan Lieberman is the editor of Alternative Insight, a monthly web based newsletter. His website articles have been read in more than 150 nations, while articles written for other websites have appeared in online journals throughout the world(B 92, Al Jazeera, Gulf News, Times of India, The Hindu, Indymedia, Occupation Magazine, Pravda, Scoop, Emirates Tribune, Gulf times, Khaleej Times, Al-ahram weekly, Journal of Turkish Weekly, Middle East online, Global Comment, Daily news-EU, Dissident Voice, and many others) and include translations into French, German and Spanish.
Articles have served as teaching resources in several universities, including Howard, Stanford , Northwestern Law School, Emerson College, U. of Texas. References and excerpts have appeared in multitudes of academic and conference papers. Several articles have become Internet classics, each attracting about ten thousand readers annually, even ten years after publication (Origins of Soviet/Afghan War, Origins of Korean War, Health as a Socio-economic Problem, Failures of US Foreign Policies, Reparations for Afro-Americans.)
He is author of the book A Third Party Can Succeed in America and a Kindle: The Artistry of a Dog.
(1 comments) Monday, March 17, 2014 A National Summit: All About Israel
Public discussion, which has diminished in recent years, on the Palestinian/Israeli crisis received a powerful impetus with The National Summit to Reassess the U.S.-Israel Special Relationship, March 7 at the National Press Club, Washington, DC.
(2 comments) Thursday, December 5, 2013 The War of Narratives - Bringing truth to the Middle East crisis
It seems strange that Jews embrace the dubious connection with wandering tribes and errant kings and reject the well-established memories of their most precious epochs and proud moments of history -- their centuries of sojourn in Mesopotamia and Persia.
Saturday, May 25, 2013 Deaths of the "no-state" Palestinians are Proportional to Life of the Two State Solution.
If the Zionists realized their prominent role in causing the crisis, and made amends, then the course of history might dislodge the impediments to a just resolution. Because its continued mention drowns out discussion on other relevant resolutions, the two-state solution will not disappear until after the Palestinian community fades into history.
Wednesday, June 20, 2012 Obama Faces Middle East Critics
The dreams and pursuits that brought Barack Obama into office have tied his initiatives. He can only fulfill dreams and not promises.
Monday, June 18, 2012 The Failure of Peace Without Partners
Woodrow Wilson Center featured former Israeli Shin Bet leader, Amihai Ayalon, in a book presentation: Peace Without Partners: Can Israeli Unilateralism Lead to a Two-State Solution? Careful examination of the proposal reveals sub-text. No matter whether Ami Ayalon was cognizant or unaware, he framed a document of surrender for a Palestinian Authority to sign, and Israel dictates the surrender terms.
(1 comments) Monday, December 26, 2011 U.S. Policies Motivate Iran to Obtain a Nuclear Weapon
After tacitly agreeing to Israel's nuclear weapon developments and permitting India and Pakistan to go nuclear, the United States engages Iran in a similar manner to its engagement with North Korea - provoking Iran to develop a bomb in another "lose-lose" situation.
Wednesday, December 21, 2011 Independent Turkey Sets a New Tone for a Troubled World
Kemalism will soon be proved as either past history or a spoke in the cycles of history. As the wheel turns, will Kemal Ataturk's visions and policies return and challenge another Turkish Republic? The verdict is still not rendered.
Thursday, October 27, 2011 Trajectory Of Middle East Conflict
Put it all together and we have an alignment of forces that completely, except for Jordan for the time being, surround Israel and contain aggressive militants, willing to fight vociferously for Arab and Muslim causes.
Tuesday, October 4, 2011 Beyond the Palestinians' Crisis
The closer the Arab nations get to achieving nationalist aspirations and political acceptance of its Muslim Brotherhoods, the more intense becomes their conflict with Israel.
(11 comments) Wednesday, September 14, 2011 A Palestinian State Saves All From Catastrophe
Recognition of a Palestinian state initiates a reversal of the trend to the larger danger and saves a great many from catastrophe. What more can those who value life want for themselves and others?
Tuesday, September 6, 2011 Forcibly Challenging the Media
TIME WORLD shows no regard for publishing possible falsehoods, for not verifying facts, and for not recognizing obvious contradictions in a published article.
(1 comments) Thursday, September 1, 2011 NATO Conquers Libya
On the day its planes and drones attacked North African ground, NATO decided the outcome of the Libyan rebellion.
(1 comments) Thursday, August 25, 2011 The Economic Sinkhole
Close association between Wall Street Journal and barren right wing economic ideologues are revealed in a WSJ editorial.
(3 comments) Sunday, August 14, 2011 How to Create an Economic Downfall
The U.S. Congress, conventional economics, and conventional media have misinterpreted the deficit crisis. It's not a crisis due to government mismanagement. It's a crisis due to private mismanagement and a failure to recognize that the economic system runs on debt and needs a much-needed overhaul.
Sunday, August 7, 2011 Slanting Rafik Hariri's Assassination
The UN Tribunal did not mention a political assassination, refer to the involvement of any political Party, or indicate that the indicted acted for a specific organization.
(1 comments) Tuesday, June 28, 2011 The New Sicarii
In ancient times, their efforts contributed to the destruction of Jerusalem and its Jewish population. Now they could destroy the entire Middle East and world Jewry. What else could make them happier?
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 Misshaping the Middle East
Eight years after the US invasion of Iraq , daily bombings and mayhem in Iraq still occur. The Iraqis cannot have peace. The similarity between the two military adventures, especially the concentration on the disposable of one person to resolve the nation's situation, forecasts a similar unfolding of events. Due to NATO, the Libyan people can expect years of havoc.
Sunday, June 12, 2011 Gulag Revelations
GULag is one of those words for which nothing more need be said. No need for history; the word GULag explains it all. Finally a bold and intrepid researcher goes beyond the word and documents a more accurate portrayal of the Soviet labor camp system.
Thursday, June 9, 2011 Understanding Pakistan
Since Pakistan is vital in the War on Terrorism, why can't the United States administrations learn to understand and handle Pakistan so it is an effecive ally rather than a confused state?