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It may be an exaggeration to say that the murder of one man can change the trajectory of relationships among multiple nations in the Middle East.  But the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, appears to have done precisely that.  David Hearst’s riveting account of secret meetings among Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States, and Israel designed to woo Bashar al Assad back into the Arab fold; and machinations designed to box out Turkey and elevate it to Public Enemy Number 1, was published this week in Middle East Eye.

As he wrote:

The diplomatic initiative was agreed at a secret meeting
held in a Gulf capital last month which was attended by senior
intelligence officials from the four countries including Yossi Cohen,
the director of Mossad,

An added element in the calculations of those participating in this
meeting was the likelihood that the U.S., under Donald Trump, had
exhausted its ability to influence events either in Syria or Turkey in
ways that could benefit them.  The Saudis in particular hoped that the
U.S. would offer fulsome support for their response to the Khashoggi
murder so that the world would put the scandal behind it.  However,
Congressional outrage at both the murder and Trump’s attempt to
whitewash it, have defeated that strategy.  As a result, MBS has turned
to his brothers in arms, the Israelis and his Gulf cousins to ride out
the storm.

But their deliberations reveal they haven’t entirely given up on the
U.S.  In order to encourage its continued engagement on behalf of Saudi
Arabia, the assembled group proposed to ease the planned U.S. troop
withdrawal from Afghanistan by brokering talks with the Taliban aimed at
stabilizing that country in preparation for the troop drawdown. 
Further, on the same day Secretary of State Pompeo visited Riyadh, the
Saudis made a $100-million “payment.”  The report doesn’t indicate the
nature or purpose of the payment.  But given a president who has
dollar-signs for eyeballs, such blandishments would not go unnoticed or
appreciated.

There is a new Syrian wrinkle: instead of fighting Assad and his allies, those convening have decided to take a different tack.  Since Assad has essentially won the war against Sunni Islamists foes long-supported by Saudi Arabia and its allies, the new approach might be characterized as: if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. 

Invite Assad to rejoin the Arab League and restore diplomatic relations with member states broken off at the beginning of the civil war.  Offer billions of aid to rebuild Syria. And offer support to Assad in his efforts to regain control of northern regions of his country now controlled by Turkish forces and their allies.

Under the old saying: the enemy of my enemy is my friend, the group
determined to throw its weight behind Syrian and Turkish Kurds fighting
against Turkey, which itself has endured a long struggle to tame a
Kurdish insurgency inside its borders.

The Sunni axis desperately wants to persuade Assad to either renounce
of reduce his reliance on his Iranian allies.  But the language used is
itself patronizing and belittled the Syrian leader as much as it
cajoled him to comply:

“They did not expect Bashar to break relations with Iran,
but they wanted Bashar to use the Iranians rather than be used by
them,” a Gulf official briefed on the discussions said.

“The message was: ‘Return back to how your father treated the
Iranians, at least as an equal at the table, rather than subservient to
Iranian interests.’”

Perhaps the most important aspect of this meeting was the realization
among those attending that Iran, which had been the foremost enemy for
many of them (especially the Saudis and Israel) was fading in that
role.  In light of the Khashoggi killing and Turkey’s rise as a
formidable military power in the region, playing major roles both in
Syria and Iraq, Erdogan had risen to the top of the heap of villains
confronting the Sunni alliance.

This suits the Israelis perfectly since Erdogan has been a thorn in
their side for a decade or more.  Every statement he makes about
Palestine or Gaza incites greater animosity towards him as he compares Israel to the Nazis  in its treatment of the Palestinians.  Israel has also arrested a number of Turkish nationals,
including academics, who are making pilgrimages to the Jerusalem holy
sites.  While some have been deported, a number have been imprisoned for
long periods.

What’s noticeable about this shift is that Israel has long held Iran
as its most dangerous foe in the region.  Bibi Netanyahu, according to
numerous accounts, was once hours away from ordering a massive air strike on Iranian nuclear sites, only to be called off the plan by his military and intelligence chiefs.  Iran is the Israeli’s bete noire.  His punching bad which he can always rely on to rally his voters when politics call for it.

Perhaps with Assad’s victory, Bibi believes Iran can no longer be relied on to stir up mass fear and anxiety.  So a new bogeyman is needed.  Erdogan, whose dictatorial proclivities make him an easy caricature, as the ayatollahs once were, is an easy target.  He bellows, he hectors, he shouts down his enemies.  He’s a megalomaniac with a caliph-complex.  Almost a cartoon figure.  After milking Iran as Israel’s existential enemy for so long that it has exhausted its usefulness, Bibi now seeks a suitable replacement.  Turkey’s authoritarian leader more than fits the bill.

This article was published at Tikun Olam

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Chief Pharmacist’s Mate James T. Cheshire of San Diego was killed Dec. 7, 1941. His remains have been identified, the Pentagon announced this week.

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Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (87 sites): Lima Charlie News: Leaving Syria – a misstep continues to haunt America’s allies

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Trump’s proclamation that the U.S. would leave Syria caught America’s allies off balance, but the logic of international power politics seems to have stopped the decision cold, escalating tensions with NATO ally Turkey. On December 19th,…

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Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (87 sites): Eurasia Review: Iran: Rouhani Vows To Launch Satellites, Defying US Warnings

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(RFE/RL) — Iran soon will put two satellites into orbit using domestically made rockets, President Hassan Rohani has said, despite U.S. concerns that the launches could help further develop the country’s ballistic missiles.

“Soon, in the coming weeks, we will send two satellites into space using our domestically-made rockets,” Rohani said on January 10 during a commemoration for the late President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, Iranian state television reported.

He gave no further details about the rockets and satellites.

Earlier this month, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Iran not to proceed with “provocative” plans to launch three rockets, called Space Launch Vehicles (SLV), claiming they were “virtually identical” to nuclear-capable ballistic missiles and would violate a UN resolution.

“The United States will not stand by and watch the Iranian regime’s destructive policies place international stability and security at risk,” Pompeo said in a January 3 statement.

Resolution 2231, which enshrined Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, called on Tehran “not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons.”

Tehran, which considers its space program a matter of national pride, insists that its space-vehicle launches and missile tests do not violate the resolution and will continue.

Iran typically displays achievements in its space program in February, during the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, which brought the current, clerically dominated regime to power.

This year will mark the 40th anniversary of the revolution.

Iran has sent several short-lived satellites into orbit over the past decade, and in 2013 launched a monkey into space.

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(RFE/RL) — Iran soon will put two satellites into orbit using domestically made rockets, President Hassan Rohani has said, despite U.S. concerns that the launches could help further develop the country’s ballistic missiles.

“Soon, in the coming weeks, we will send two satellites into space using our domestically-made rockets,” Rohani said on January 10 during a commemoration for the late President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, Iranian state television reported.

He gave no further details about the rockets and satellites.

Earlier this month, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Iran not to proceed with “provocative” plans to launch three rockets, called Space Launch Vehicles (SLV), claiming they were “virtually identical” to nuclear-capable ballistic missiles and would violate a UN resolution.

“The United States will not stand by and watch the Iranian regime’s destructive policies place international stability and security at risk,” Pompeo said in a January 3 statement.

Resolution 2231, which enshrined Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, called on Tehran “not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons.”

Tehran, which considers its space program a matter of national pride, insists that its space-vehicle launches and missile tests do not violate the resolution and will continue.

Iran typically displays achievements in its space program in February, during the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, which brought the current, clerically dominated regime to power.

This year will mark the 40th anniversary of the revolution.

Iran has sent several short-lived satellites into orbit over the past decade, and in 2013 launched a monkey into space.

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(RFE/RL) — Iran soon will put two satellites into orbit using domestically made rockets, President Hassan Rohani has said, despite U.S. concerns that the launches could help further develop the country’s ballistic missiles.

“Soon, in the coming weeks, we will send two satellites into space using our domestically-made rockets,” Rohani said on January 10 during a commemoration for the late President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, Iranian state television reported.

He gave no further details about the rockets and satellites.

Earlier this month, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned Iran not to proceed with “provocative” plans to launch three rockets, called Space Launch Vehicles (SLV), claiming they were “virtually identical” to nuclear-capable ballistic missiles and would violate a UN resolution.

“The United States will not stand by and watch the Iranian regime’s destructive policies place international stability and security at risk,” Pompeo said in a January 3 statement.

Resolution 2231, which enshrined Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, called on Tehran “not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons.”

Tehran, which considers its space program a matter of national pride, insists that its space-vehicle launches and missile tests do not violate the resolution and will continue.

Iran typically displays achievements in its space program in February, during the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, which brought the current, clerically dominated regime to power.

This year will mark the 40th anniversary of the revolution.

Iran has sent several short-lived satellites into orbit over the past decade, and in 2013 launched a monkey into space.

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Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (87 sites): Eurasia Review: Half Of All Jobs To Be Obsolete In 15 years, Warns China’s Leading AI Expert

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Almost half of all current jobs will become obsolete in just 15 years, according to one of China’s leading experts in artificial intelligence (AI).

Kai-Fu Lee, a writer, venture capitalist and technology executive who has over 30 years’ experience in AI, claims the world of employment is facing a crisis “akin to that faced by farmers during the industrial revolution,” reports the Daily Mail.

Lee, who’s appearing on CBS 60 Minutes on Sunday to spread the word, says he is trying to warn those most at risk so they can start retraining for the new world. Lee also warns that education will need to adapt to prepare younger generations for the new landscape.

AI may be the future, but it can’t do everything, claims Lee, who
says certain professions are safe from the revolution. Especially those
that involve empathy or human to human interaction like therapists,
nurses, teachers or doctors. Innovative and creative professions are
also safe because AI generally struggles to do the work of scientists or
to deal with the unknown.

The jobs most at risk in the next two
decades are roles than can be easily filled by robot technology, like
telemarketers and telesales, customer support, warehouse workers,
cashiers, fast food workers and dish washers.

“AI will increasingly replace repetitive jobs, not just for blue-collar work, but a lot of white-collar work,” says Lee in the upcoming episode. “Chauffeurs, truck drivers, anyone who does driving for a living; their jobs will be disrupted more in the 15-25 year time frame”.

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Almost half of all current jobs will become obsolete in just 15 years, according to one of China’s leading experts in artificial intelligence (AI).

Kai-Fu Lee, a writer, venture capitalist and technology executive who has over 30 years’ experience in AI, claims the world of employment is facing a crisis “akin to that faced by farmers during the industrial revolution,” reports the Daily Mail.

Lee, who’s appearing on CBS 60 Minutes on Sunday to spread the word, says he is trying to warn those most at risk so they can start retraining for the new world. Lee also warns that education will need to adapt to prepare younger generations for the new landscape.

AI may be the future, but it can’t do everything, claims Lee, who
says certain professions are safe from the revolution. Especially those
that involve empathy or human to human interaction like therapists,
nurses, teachers or doctors. Innovative and creative professions are
also safe because AI generally struggles to do the work of scientists or
to deal with the unknown.

The jobs most at risk in the next two
decades are roles than can be easily filled by robot technology, like
telemarketers and telesales, customer support, warehouse workers,
cashiers, fast food workers and dish washers.

“AI will increasingly replace repetitive jobs, not just for blue-collar work, but a lot of white-collar work,” says Lee in the upcoming episode. “Chauffeurs, truck drivers, anyone who does driving for a living; their jobs will be disrupted more in the 15-25 year time frame”.

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Almost half of all current jobs will become obsolete in just 15 years, according to one of China’s leading experts in artificial intelligence (AI).

Kai-Fu Lee, a writer, venture capitalist and technology executive who has over 30 years’ experience in AI, claims the world of employment is facing a crisis “akin to that faced by farmers during the industrial revolution,” reports the Daily Mail.

Lee, who’s appearing on CBS 60 Minutes on Sunday to spread the word, says he is trying to warn those most at risk so they can start retraining for the new world. Lee also warns that education will need to adapt to prepare younger generations for the new landscape.

AI may be the future, but it can’t do everything, claims Lee, who
says certain professions are safe from the revolution. Especially those
that involve empathy or human to human interaction like therapists,
nurses, teachers or doctors. Innovative and creative professions are
also safe because AI generally struggles to do the work of scientists or
to deal with the unknown.

The jobs most at risk in the next two
decades are roles than can be easily filled by robot technology, like
telemarketers and telesales, customer support, warehouse workers,
cashiers, fast food workers and dish washers.

“AI will increasingly replace repetitive jobs, not just for blue-collar work, but a lot of white-collar work,” says Lee in the upcoming episode. “Chauffeurs, truck drivers, anyone who does driving for a living; their jobs will be disrupted more in the 15-25 year time frame”.

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1. Russia from Michael_Novakhov (114 sites): Настоящее Время: Почему красноярский водовоз боится лайкать посты в соцсетях

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Сергей приехал в село из города и заключил контракт с администрацией на развоз воды. Вода в районе плохая, скважины строить дорого, поэтому воду до сих пор развозят в огромных бочках. Люди ждут водовоза, делают запасы воды. Зимой замораживают их в бочках и кадках

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Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): FOX News: Beware of Měnglà: New virus similar to Ebola found in bats in China

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A new virus similar to Ebola has been discovered in China, according to reports.

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Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): FOX News: ‘Green Book’ writer, producer Nick Vallelonga apologizes for 9/11 tweet

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Golden Globe-winning screenwriter and producer of “The Green Book” Nick Vallelonga apologized Thursday for a 2015 tweet in which he claimed Muslim residents of Jersey City, N.J., celebrated the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

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Global Security News from Michael_Novakhov (27 sites): 1. US Security from Michael_Novakhov (87 sites): Defense One – All Content: America’s Foreign Policy in the Middle East is Not What Pompeo Claimed

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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, gives a speech at the American University in Cairo, Egypt, Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019.

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Nicaraguan media say a Supreme Court justice has resigned in a scathing open letter to President Daniel Ortega.

Thursday’s reports cite a letter circulating widely on social media accompanied by a photograph of judge Rafael Solis Cerda’s government-issued ID. The letter’s authenticity could not be independently confirmed.

Solis is a long-time member of Ortega’s Sandinista Front party, but his letter says Ortega and his wife, Vice President Rosario Murillo, are dragging Nicaragua toward a civil war. He says he never expected to see history repeat itself at the hands of those who helped overthrow Nicaragua’s last dictator.

Solis’ letter says he considered resigning last year. He says suggestions he offered Ortega on negotiating an end to the country’s political crisis, but they were disregarded.

The government did not immediately comment.

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Taiwan has appointed Su Tseng-chang as premier, President Tsai Ing-wen said on Friday, as she moved to shore up support after the defeat of her pro-independence party in local elections last year.

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1. World from Michael_Novakhov (22 sites): FOX News: Pelosi slams Mnuchin after classified briefing, claims he ‘wasted time’ and ‘barely testified’

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House Democrats were visibly frustrated on Thursday after taking one of their first oversight moves as the new majority, charging that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had wasted their time after they summoned him to Capitol Hill.

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The FBI News Review: “fbi surveillance” – Google News: Sheriff: Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs found alive – 12newsnow.com KBMT-KJAC

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January 10, 2019
“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Sheriff: Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs found alive – 12newsnow.com KBMT-KJAC
“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Sheriff: Jayme Closs found alive – KHOU.com
“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Man killed after Tabiona home catches fire – KUTV 2News
Rosenstein plans to leave Justice Dept. shortly after Barr confirmed – WPSD Local 6
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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Sheriff: Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs found alive – 12newsnow.com KBMT-KJAC

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BARRON, Wis. — Jayme Closs has been found alive, according to the Barron County Sheriff’s Department. The department shared on Facebook Thursday night that they’ve been notified by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department that they had located Closs alive.
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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Sheriff: Jayme Closs found alive – KHOU.com

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BARRON, Wis. — Jayme Closs has been found alive, according to the Barron County Sheriff’s Department. The department shared on Facebook Thursday night that they’ve been notified by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department that they had located Closs alive.
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“fbi surveillance” – Google News: Man killed after Tabiona home catches fire – KUTV 2News

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The body of a 66-year-old man was recovered from the wreckage of a Tabiona home that caught fire in the early morning hours of Thursday, the Duchesne County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release.
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Rosenstein plans to leave Justice Dept. shortly after Barr confirmed – WPSD Local 6

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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is planning to leave the Justice Department shortly after William Barr, the President’s nominee for attorney general, is confirmed, according to a source familiar with his thinking.
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Special counsel Robert Mueller’s findings will likely to come light despite the outcome, argues LawFare writer Benjamin Wittes. If the results are not damning, “they will likely come out because the president’s lawyers will want them to come out as a means of putting L’Affaire Russe to rest,” writes Wittes, a Senior Fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution.
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FBI News Review: “Andrew McCabe” – Google News: College to pros: Top 24 prospects 01/11/2019 – Soccer America

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College to pros: Top 24 prospects 01/11/2019  Soccer America

MLS will hold is annual SuperDraft on Friday in Chicago. The rush of pro prospects out of college continues though not all players will enter MLS as Generation …

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FBI News Review: “fbi surveillance” – Google News: Sheriff: Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs found alive – 12newsnow.com KBMT-KJAC

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Sheriff: Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs found alive  12newsnow.com KBMT-KJAC

The department shared on Facebook Thursday night that they were notified by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department that they had located Closs alive.

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Sheriff: Wisconsin teen Jayme Closs found alive  12newsnow.com KBMT-KJAC

The department shared on Facebook Thursday night that they were notified by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department that they had located Closs alive.

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Sheriff: Jayme Closs found alive  KHOU.com

The department shared on Facebook Thursday night that they were notified by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department that they had located Closs alive.

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Sheriff: Jayme Closs found alive  KHOU.com

The department shared on Facebook Thursday night that they were notified by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department that they had located Closs alive.

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