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01/03/2005 | Analysis / Syria is losing control
Zvi Bar'el | Haaretz
When Lebanese Prime Minister Omar Karame asked to resign last weekend, the Syrians made clear to their man in Beirut that his quitting would harm them just when Damascus was under mounting Lebanese and international pressure. Karame didn't hand in his resignation. Not then, in any case. ...
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01/03/2005 | Arming China
CSP | Center for Security Policy
On Thursday, House International Relations Committee Chairman Henry Hyde penned an op.ed. for the Wall Street Journal that highlights "a dangerous development taking shape toward China, one that runs counter to the advance of liberty and threatens U.S. security interests" as well as those of China's neighbors. Rep. Hyde was commenting, of course, on the European Union's impending decision to lift its arms embargo on China. ...
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01/03/2005 | Arsenals of tyranny
CSP | Center for Security Policy
At the end of 1940, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered a powerful "fireside chat," one that is a fitting backdrop to the visit to Europe being made this week by his successor, George W. Bush. In his radio address, FDR summoned a reluctant America to make the sacrifice necessary to produce the arms urgently needed by freedom-loving people in Britain and elsewhere at risk of being overrun by Nazism and other forms of tyranny. He called the United States "the great arsenal of democracy." ...
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01/03/2005 | Arab Reform Bulletin- PDF
Michele Dunne and Julia Choucair | Carnegie Endowment
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01/03/2005 | Ibrahim al-Ja'fari: Iraq's Designated Prime Minister - A Biographical Note
Nimrod Raphaeli | MEMRI
For the first time in the history of Iraq, a list of candidates for national elections made up almost entirely of Shi'ite candidates has won 48.1 percent of the vote and an absolute majority of seats - 140 of the 275 seats. The list, called the United Iraqi Alliance (UIA), comprised the two major Shi'ite parties in Iraq, the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (SCIRI) and the al-Da'wa Party, headed by Abd al-'Aziz al-Hakim and Ibrahim al-Ja'fari, respectively. The list further includes the Iraqi Congress Party, headed by Dr. Ahmad Chalabi,and a slew of independent candidates. Abd al-Aziz al-Hakim, the head of SCIRI, a cleric who was not considered as a viable candidate for the post of prime minister, was first on the list; al-Ja'fari was second. ...
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28/02/2005 | Analysis / A new political era for Egypt
Zvi Bar'el | Haaretz
Something "dangerous" is happening to public opinion in several Arab countries: It is beginning to chalk up more and more victories. Last week, the Lebanese public pushed Syria to announce its intention to withdraw from Lebanon. ...
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28/02/2005 | A critical test for Israel
Akiva Eldar | Haaretz
When four civilians are killed and 50 are wounded in the heart of the city at the height of a cease-fire and the blood is boiling, the brain becomes feverish. ...
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28/02/2005 | Tom Ridge to get real-world supply chain experience
PSN Service | Port Security News
Former Homeland Security secretary joins Home Depot board ...
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28/02/2005 | La mafia rusa con un "ejército" de casi 100.000 criminales, controla pequeñas y medianas empresas en Rusia
De Nuestra Redacción | Offnews.info
A mediados de los años 80, en la Unión Soviética operaban 40 grandes grupos delictivos que eran la flor y nata de las mafias rusas y contaban con más de 1.000 pistoleros. Tras la desintegración de la URSS en 1991, el número de los mafiosos subió como la espuma. ...
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28/02/2005 | Letter From Ground Zero
Jonathan Schell | The Nation
The war in Iraq has given birth to an issue that may one day be seen as more important than the war, the question of torture. Just as H.J. Res. 114, by which Congress authorized the war, was the key vote for that conflict, so now the vote whether to confirm White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales as Attorney General will very likely be the key vote in regard to torture. ...
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