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The Rabat Conference Concludes

And just a soon as it had begun, it was over. The two-day Rabat, Morocco, conference was a great success, drawing inquisitive, engaged young people from the US and Morocco to discuss two big issues: democracy and security. While the first day included discussions by three panels of experts, the …

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Triumph of Diplomacy

The analyst observes the US and Iran meeting on May 28, 2007 as a great diplomatic move for peace and security in Iraq. For the first time since 1979, the two countries met for a direct talk over security issues in Iraq. The meeting focused on possible ways to cooperate …

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What Should We Do About Iraq?

For the past several months, even during final exams and preparation for Bosnia, my thoughts have been increasingly pre-occupied with the ghastly humanitarian situation in Iraq. Here in Sarajevo, I’m surrounded by the unsettled ghosts of the past, and the demanding, ever-expanding specter of present atrocities in the country invaded …

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Laurel Rapp's Reports from the Cairo Conference

Una’s note: Laurel blogged these a while back, but they didn’t show up, so I’m posting them now. The Cairo conference took place May 3-5. Report 1. Bringing the World Home:  An American-Egyptian Youth Dialogue on U.S. Policy After a two week lull, the second conference in the three-part “Bringing …

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Bush’s case for Iraq War does not stand up

by EUGENE B. KOGAN Norwich Bulletin May 23, 2007 George Tenet’s new book, “At the Center of the Storm,” has re-ignited the debate about pre-war intelligence on Iraq. One thing is clear: Tenet wants to save his legacy — not to tell the whole truth about the Bush administration’s campaign …

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