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by: William Fisher 2010-11-8
In the face of police brutality, crackdowns on political parties and media, and a host of other violations ahead of Egypt's Nov. 28 parliamentary election, human rights advocates are calling on President Barack Obama to use U.S. leverage to persuade Egypt to reform its electoral process, allow international monitors to assess the election, and conduct transparent and accountable balloting...

by: William Fisher 2008-1-17
Old Chatham, New York - High officials in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Department of Justice, and other US government departments and agencies love to talk about how good they are at “reaching out” to American Muslim communities...

by: William Fisher 2007-11-12
Most foreign policy observers believe that the US will not only maintain its $10 billion in aid to Pakistan..

by: William Fisher 2005-12-14

Wink, wink, nod, nod

 --  Washington’s characterization of Egypt’s recent parliamentary election as another important step on the road to democracy is trumped only by President Hosni Mubarak’s cynical demand for a review of the election’s widespread violence and voter disenfranchisement.

Like the aging ruler had no knowledge of why at least 10 people were killed a..