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October 2012

Mitt Demythologized

October 1, 2012 // Polityka - Poland - Polish

It was obvious that Mitt Romney has, as Americans say, a political tin ear, which has led to committing blunders, but who he really is remained unknown.Perhaps, under the mask of a technocrat who changes his views every season and who, as a presidential candidate, must constantly reassure the conservative electorate of [Read more]

USAID Will Stop Functioning in Russia

October 1, 2012 // Argenpress - Argentina - Spanish

The United States Agency for International Development, the main sponsor of Russian NGOs, is ceasing activity in the Russian Federation starting this Monday. Included among the goals USAID upholds are the support of the development of civil society, democracy and human rights, the fight against illnesses such as T.B., [Read more]

This Beautiful Anger

October 1, 2012 // Al Bilad - Bahrain - Arabic

During the past few days, Muslims have lived in a rare moment of truth. This moment has come about as a spontaneous reaction to offensive images of the greatest leader of the community, Muhammad ibn Abdullah, may Allah bless him and peace be upon him. This bold anger that pervades Islamic countries from end to end [Read more]

Romney Pushed to Sharpen His Tone

October 1, 2012 // Le Monde - France - French

As his first televised debate against Barack Obama approaches, Mitt Romney has intensified his preparation for this crucial date in light of the November 6 presidential election while the heads of the Republican Party's conservative wing call on him to beef up his campaign. The Democratic president and his Republican [Read more]

In the Reactionary Heart of America

October 1, 2012 // La Repubblica - Italy - Italian

Romney’s mockery of 47 percent of Americans has exposed the true face of the ultra-right in the U.S. Here’s the new Republican Party: Billionaires who don’t care about their own base and think that they can drive Obama from the White House with the jangle of coins and ads.
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