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Bush 'Dogged by Hatred Wherever He Goes'

March 10, 2006 // Al-Gomhuria - Egypt - Arabic

While on a visit to India and Pakistan Bush was greeted by a wave of demonstrations, protests and bombings, a clear sign of the hatred felt by peoples for the American President as a politician and also, perhaps, as a person. Yet, he was behaving as if no such thing were happening all around him, although without tight [Read more]

Why America Treats Indians M So Well, and Arabs So Badly

March 4, 2006 // Al-Ahram - Egypt - Arabic

Think carefully if you will, about this dissimilarity: the leaders of the West, with George Bush in their lead, are competing to visit and make inroads with India and conclude transactions and agreements with her, while content to send second - or third - tier officials to lecture and offer lessons, dictate conditions [Read more]

Why America Treats Indians So Well, and Arabs So Badly

March 4, 2006 // Al Ahram - Egypt - Arabic

Think carefully if you will, about this dissimilarity: the leaders of the West, with George Bush in their lead, are competing to visit and make inroads with India and conclude transactions and agreements with her, while content to send second - or third - tier officials to lecture and offer lessons, dictate conditions [Read more]

Why America Treats Indians So Well, and Arabs So Badly

January 6, 2006 // Al-Ahram - Egypt - English

Think carefully if you will, about this dissimilarity: the leaders of the West, with George Bush in their lead, are competing to visit and make inroads with India and conclude transactions and agreements with her, while content to send second - or third - tier officials to lecture and offer lessons, dictate conditions [Read more]

Unconditional Withdrawal Bush's Only Option

December 16, 2005 // Al-Ahram - Egypt - English

The defeat of the aggression of the United States in Iraq was expected even before the invasion began. There were many indicators to show that the right of Iraqis to independence and democracy would be stronger than all of the military might of the U.S. As is well known in war theories, aggressive power can only [Read more]

Unconditional Withdrawal Bush's Only Option

December 14, 2005 // Ahram - Egypt - English

The defeat of the aggression of the United States in Iraq was expected even before the invasion began. There were many indicators to show that the right of Iraqis to independence and democracy would be stronger than all of the military might of the U.S. As is well known in war theories, aggressive power can only [Read more]

Unconditional Withdrawal Bush's Only Option

December 14, 2005 // Al-Ahram - Egypt - English

The defeat of the aggression of the United States in Iraq was expected even before the invasion began. There were many indicators to show that the right of Iraqis to independence and democracy would be stronger than all of the military might of the U.S. As is well known in war theories, aggressive power can only [Read more]

Wave Goodbye to the Bush Era

October 5, 2005 // Al-Ahram - Egypt - English

It could be a coincidence that during a week that world leaders gathered in New York to attend the United Nations' annual General Assembly meeting, the American people displayed a degree of fed-up-ness with the Bush Administration they have never shown before. The number of negative articles and commentaries has been [Read more]

Good Bye and Good Riddance?

January 30, 2005 // Al-Ahram - Egypt - English

It could be a coincidence that during a week that world leaders gathered in New York to attend the United Nations' annual General Assembly meeting, the American people displayed a degree of fed-up-ness with the Bush Administration they have never shown before. The number of negative articles and commentaries has been [Read more]
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