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Stephen John Morgan is a former member of the British Labour Party Exectutive Committee. He is a political psychologist, researcher into Chaos/Complexity Theory and lives in Brussels (Old Europe) http://morgansreview.tripod.com/ Contact morganreply@yahoo.com

 Somalia – Al Qaeda’s New Base – America’s Next War? - Category: Society - Politics 5/6/2007
Summary: In the medium to long-term the invasion by Ethiopian forces looks set not to quell this phenomenon, but to eventually exacerbate it. There is a real danger that it will provide the incubus for the flourishing of al-Qaeda’s first solid base in Africa. . . . more

 US Used Neutron Bomb to Take Baghdad - Category: Society - Politics 4/24/2007
Summary: "The biggest story of the war became a non-event when the truth of the matter was that it was simply too bloody an event to report." Captain Eric H. May, former intelligence officer. . . . more

 Najaf – the beginning of the Iraqi Intifada!? - Category: Society - Politics 4/10/2007
Summary: The mass demonstration against the US occupation could be the begining of the real Iraqi Revolution. More than any other single act it threatens the US presence and sectarianism simultaneously. . . . more

 Could the Kurds Kill Iraq? - Category: Society - Politics 4/7/2007
Summary: Reports of the mood in Kirkuk suggest matters could quickly take on civil war proportions. The seizure of Kirkuk and a move in the direction of independence would lead to the break up of Iraq. . . . more

  Senator McCain’s little big picture – what is the real situation in Iraq? - Category: Society - Politics 4/2/2007
Summary: Senator John McCain’s gibberish concerning the security situation in Baghdad was intended not to show the “big picture” as he claimed, but to throw dust in the eyes of people, just when the real situation has taken a decisive turn for the worse. . . . more

 "Better another Taliban Afghanistan, than a Taliban NUCLEAR Pakistan!?" - Category: Society - Politics 3/5/2007
Summary: The defeat is Iraq undermines any hope of success in Afghanistan. At least half of the country will fall to the Taliban within two years. The new southern caliphate could become a Pashtunistan tearing away Pastun tribes and threatening the break up of Pakistan and the creation of an unstable, fundamentalist, nuclear regime there. . . . more

 Iran – The Unwinable War, with Unachievable Aims and Unbelievable Consequences - Category: Society - Politics 3/2/2007
Summary: There is only a short window of opportunity, before defeat in Iraq paralyses US scope for operations. It must act soon or not all. Irab will be the last war for the lost cause. . . . more

 The Sisyphean Surge - You can't defeat the rock, you can't overcome the mountain. - Category: Society - Politics 2/20/2007
Summary: Asymmetrical warfare means that, the more we try to control our enemy, the less it comes under our sphere of influence. Wooden and infexible the US army cannot defeat the insurgency or sectarian war. It is doomed like Sisyphus. You can't defeat the rock, you can't overcome the mountain. Soon with the fall of Maliki government it will fighting for nothing, for nobody, execept a mythical rock given it by Washington. Asymmetrical warfare means that, the more we try to control our enemy, the less it comes under our sphere of influence. Wooden and infexible the US army cannot defeat the insurgency or sectarian war. It is doomed like Sisyphus. You can't defeat the rock, you can't overcome the mountain. Soon with the fall of Maliki government it will fighting for nothing, for nobody, execept a mythical rock given it by Washington. Asymmetrical warfare means that, the more we try to control our enemy, the less it comes under our sphere of influence.Soon with the fall of Maliki government it will fighting for nothing, for nobody, execept a mythical rock given it by Washington. . . . more

 Putin puts in an “Eagle” - Category: Society - Politics 2/11/2007
Summary: The rule of the uni-polar eunuch - a world out of balance and out of control . . . more

 Al Qaeda’s Hidden Weaknesses - Category: Society - Politics 2/11/2007
Summary: Any organisation or group whose vision is preposterous, must also failure to comprehend its adversaries and make strategic and tactical blunders of a fatal charcter. It must also at some point become racked with internal deivision. . . . more

 The Al Qaeda Cult : Secrets of its Hidden Power - Category: Society - Politics 2/7/2007
Summary: Mind-control, collective suicide, are just two of may features in the cult power of Al Qaeda - a cult of suicidal, messianic, martyrdom . . . more

 The Battle of Baghdad : Perspectives for the Surge - Category: Society - Politics 2/7/2007
Summary: The last chance in the last chance saloon. Whether there is temporary success or an Iraqi Intifada, the Iraqi people will not stand for any more US plans or projects. . . . more

 Iraq - The wild, weird and ferocious Counter-Surge - Category: Society - Politics 1/30/2007
Summary: Iraq has now entered a new phase of weird, wild and ferocious insurgent counter-attack. Events this month suggest a level of tenacity, commitment and profressionalism, combined with fearlesness, recklessness and sometimes absurdity. . . . more

 Lebanon - Students of the Abyss - Category: Society - Politics 1/25/2007
Summary: Few countries survive two civil wars, especially when both are within one generation. . . . more

 "Lost on the Couch" - the psychological reasons for US defeat in Iraq - Category: Society - Politics 1/20/2007
Summary: No support, no home, no just cause hampered by linear thinking leaders and commander without integrity fighting fanticism and viceral beligrancy for self-determination - no hope to win without the heart or mind for war of hearts and minds. . . . more