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by: Cecile 2009-5-30
The Center for American Progress has just released a report of its findings from a recent trip to Pakistan. Working off of the notion that the U.S. should develop a long-term partnership with Pakistan, ..

by: Cecile 2009-5-30
At CFR, Bernard Gwertzman interviews Iran expert, Farideh Farhi on the upcoming presidential elections. Farhi argues that foreign policy has crept its way into the presidential debate in an election season thought to be focused more on economic issues...

by: Cecile 2009-5-30
At the Guardian, Sara Khorshid argues that “by favoring liberals, America is marginalizing the majority within the Egyptian opposition;” and this ultimately leads to strengthening anti-U.S. sentiment. She cautions against favoring one element of the opposition over the other, stressing that “sincere U.S. pro-democracy policies…and letting people choose for themselves, will consolidate Obama’s success in improving the U.S. image in the Muslim world.” ..

by: Cecile 2009-5-30
According to the Economist, the bill outlawing Nakba demonstrations is unlikely to make it onto Israel’s statute book...

by: Cecile 2009-5-30
At Foreign Policy, Sarah Leah Whitson discusses how Libya is experiencing its own Arab Spring of sorts, arguing that ..

by: Cecile 2009-5-30
Jackson Diehl, in The Washington Post, discusses the current strategy of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, which he believes is centered around waiting. According to Diehl,..

by: Cecile 2009-5-30
The Economist tells Pakistan that in regards to the offensive with the Taliban “after the battle, prove you’re a state.” ..

by: Cecile 2009-5-30
At The New Republic, William Galston argues that how artfully President Obama balances the competing interests of enlisting active Egyptian support in the peace process and reversing the harmful effects of supporting authoritarian regimes “will go a long way toward determining whether his trip succeeds in putting America’s relations with the Muslim world on a more productive and sustainable course.”..