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13/03/2005 | La historia de un romance que nunca fue
El Mundo (E.S.) Staff | El Mundo (S)
Criticas En el Gabinete de Bush, Fox es visto como un presidente en declive ...
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12/03/2005 | Egyptian Feminist Dr. Nawal Al-Sa'dawi Announces Candidacy for Presidency; Explains Women Can Lead Countries; Calls on 70 Million Egyptians to Fight the U.S. and Israel
MEMRI Staff | MEMRI
In two interviews in the Arabic press and in an article in the London Arabic-language daily Al-Hayat, the renowned Egyptian feminist and author Dr. Nawal Al-Sa'dawi gave her views on women's issues such as supporting female suicide bombers; allowing women such as herself to lead Arab countries; as well anti-American and anti-Israel views including calling on all Egyptians to participate in a political, and military struggle against the U.S. and Israel. ...
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12/03/2005 | Egyptian Feminist Dr. Nawal Al-Sa'dawi Announces Candidacy for Presidency; Explains Women Can Lead Countries; Calls on 70 Million Egyptians to Fight the U.S. and Israel
MEMRI Staff | MEMRI
In two interviews in the Arabic press and in an article in the London Arabic-language daily Al-Hayat, the renowned Egyptian feminist and author Dr. Nawal Al-Sa'dawi gave her views on women's issues such as supporting female suicide bombers; allowing women such as herself to lead Arab countries; as well anti-American and anti-Israel views including calling on all Egyptians to participate in a political, and military struggle against the U.S. and Israel. ...
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11/03/2005 | Lebanon’s New Political Moment
Julia Choucair | Carnegie Endowment
The assassination of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri in a bomb blast in Beirut on February 14, 2005, has forced the Lebanese to confront one another on the question of Syria’s role in the Lebanese political system. The loss of such a prominent figure and the circumstances surrounding his assassination have pitted pro-Syria politicians with vested interests in the status quo against an increasingly vocal opposition movement backed by popular demonstrations. ...
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11/03/2005 | Saudi Municipal Elections: Gradualism of Reform and Traditional Politics
Amr Hamzawy | Carnegie Endowment
Throughout the last days and weeks assessments of the first and second phase of the Saudi municipal elections have been overwhelmingly negative. Democratic reformers in the Middle East and experts in the West stamp it as a mere cosmetic step designed by the royal family to ease internal and external pressures calling for political liberalization. A long list of missing elements is used to describe the elections as fraud and utterly irrelevant. ...
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11/03/2005 | Vale la pena retener a Georgia y Ucrania dentro de la CEI?
Piotr Goncharov | RIA Novosti
La iniciativa de Kíev y Tbilisi, así como de Kishiniov, que se ha unido a ellos, de reanimar a la GUUAM se acoge en Moscú como una maniobra antirrusa y un golpe asestado por la espalda a la CEI. Se expresan las opiniones de que si al triunvirato Georgia - Ucrania - Moldavia se une Azerbaiyán, surgirá un bloque político y económico, con el que se dará por poco un "golpe de gracia" a la CEI, para que acaben sus torturas, y que ese bloque será el rival principal o hasta el sepulturero del Espacio Económico Único (EEU), entre cuyos miembros, junto con Rusia, Bielorrusia y Kazajstán, figura también Ucrania. ...
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11/03/2005 | Lebanon’s New Political Moment
Julia Choucair | Carnegie Endowment
The assassination of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri in a bomb blast in Beirut on February 14, 2005, has forced the Lebanese to confront one another on the question of Syria’s role in the Lebanese political system. The loss of such a prominent figure and the circumstances surrounding his assassination have pitted pro-Syria politicians with vested interests in the status quo against an increasingly vocal opposition movement backed by popular demonstrations. ...
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11/03/2005 | Saudi Municipal Elections: Gradualism of Reform and Traditional Politics
Amr Hamzawy | Carnegie Endowment
Throughout the last days and weeks assessments of the first and second phase of the Saudi municipal elections have been overwhelmingly negative. Democratic reformers in the Middle East and experts in the West stamp it as a mere cosmetic step designed by the royal family to ease internal and external pressures calling for political liberalization. A long list of missing elements is used to describe the elections as fraud and utterly irrelevant. ...
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11/03/2005 | Vale la pena retener a Georgia y Ucrania dentro de la CEI?
Piotr Goncharov | RIA Novosti
La iniciativa de Kíev y Tbilisi, así como de Kishiniov, que se ha unido a ellos, de reanimar a la GUUAM se acoge en Moscú como una maniobra antirrusa y un golpe asestado por la espalda a la CEI. Se expresan las opiniones de que si al triunvirato Georgia - Ucrania - Moldavia se une Azerbaiyán, surgirá un bloque político y económico, con el que se dará por poco un "golpe de gracia" a la CEI, para que acaben sus torturas, y que ese bloque será el rival principal o hasta el sepulturero del Espacio Económico Único (EEU), entre cuyos miembros, junto con Rusia, Bielorrusia y Kazajstán, figura también Ucrania. ...
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10/03/2005 | A thrilling epic of freedom
Meron Benvenisti | Haaretz
What symbolizes the "spirit of democracy" that is blowing strongly all over the Middle East? Is it the demonstration by the opposition, which led to the downfall of the Lebanese government, or is it rather the "demonstration of the million" two days ago, which demanded the continuation of the Syrian presence in Lebanon? ...
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