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October 2009

Hillary’s Tubewells!

October 28, 2009 // The Nation - Pakistan

The U.S. approach towards Pakistan was summed up in the visual of Holbrooke slumped in his chair, chewing gum nonchalantly in the talks.

Obama and the Nobel Prize

October 28, 2009 // Al-rafidayan - Iraq - Arabic

After nine months of holding the reigns as the U.S. president, Obama obtained the Nobel Peace Prize as a reward for his thoughts on coexistence, his success in encouraging diplomacy among peoples, his extraordinary efforts to achieve peace, his determination to limit the spread of nuclear weapons worldwide and the [Read more]

Obama and Sudan

October 28, 2009 // Al-Ahram - Egypt - Arabic

U.S. President Barack Obama’s initiative in Sudan may have an essential advantage by eliminating some of the previous enmities that U.S. policy has harbored against the government in Khartoum. Rather, it used a language that is less arrogant and more tractable, and U.S. policy has put U.S.-Sudanese relations at a [Read more]

140,000 Troops Are Not Enough

October 27, 2009 // The Nation - Pakistan

While General McChrystal’s “Initial Assessment Report” is exceptional in its analysis and recommendations, the timing is unfortunately eight years too late.
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