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13 October 2005
 
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H1 SPIEGEL INTERVIEW Henry Kissinger on Europe's Falling out with Washington Kissinger, 82, talks about the risks of the war in Iraq, clashes with Europe and China's future role in global politics.

Joshua Landis on Syria

CSIS
European Defense Integration: “Bridging the Gap Between Strategy and Capabilities in Brussels.”

Washington Post
Iraq's Kurds Ambivalent On Charter: Already Semi-Autonomous, Region Is Wary of Change

Asia Times
n Iraq, learning from Churchill Being a Kurd, Iraqi President Jalal Talabani is viewed with some suspicion both in the country and in the Arab world. Yet Talabani is a multi-dimensional person with a long history of struggle against immense odds. Now he has the opportunity to show himself a true leader, with a bit of help from Winston Churchill. - Sami Moubayed

Washington Post
Deal in Iraq Raises Hopes for Passage: Shiite and Kurdish Leaders Say Compromises Meet Sunni Arab Demands, Presage National Reconciliation

New York Times Editorial
A Flicker of Hope in Iraq Representatives of rival religious and ethnic communities in Iraq hammered out their most significant political compromise
Christian Science Monitor Sectarian strife tears at neighbors The Sunni-Shiite divide is widening days before the vote on a constitution aimed at unifying Iraq.
In Iraq, a rush toward democracy could trigger civil war By Helena Cobban

New Yorker
The Art of Propaganda When the C.I.A. was in the culture business. by Louis Menand

Foreign Policy
Syria’s Self-Defeat Damascus has yet to learn its lesson from its meddling in Lebanon. It continues to kill and target individuals who oppose its influence. Yet, the tighter Syrian President Bashar Assad tries to hold on, the looser his grip becomes. By Christopher DeVito


H2 Washington Institute Turkey at a Crossroads: Preserving Ankara’s Western Orientation Even as Ankara begins accession talks with the European Union, Turkish attitudes toward the West are growing increasingly negative. In this new Policy Focus, Institute senior fellow Soner Cagaptay outlines the various security, economic, and diplomatic measures that Washington can take to reverse this shift.

IHT
Turks embrace novelist's war on EU

Financial Times
Turkish consumers start tightening their belts Turkey's central bank this week cut the cost of borrowing for the seventh time this year, and …

Slate
Today's Papers / Blogometer realclearpoliticsABC’s The Note - Early Bird thru GovExec - antiwar.com / Wikipedia / technorati

Georgia and the EU: Can Europe's Neighbourhood Policy Deliver? Centre for European Reform An 8-page policy brief examining the application of the EU's neighbourhood policy to Georgia

Russia, the EU and the Common Neighbourhood Centre for European Reform An 8-page essay concerning the relationships between Russia, the EU and the countries forming a common neighbourhood between them

RFE/RL
Georgia: Regional Leaders Inaugurate Oil Pipeline Amid Environmental Concerns

EDM
NEW UNREST IN JAVAKHETI PROMPTS WARNING FROM YEREVAN

International Crisis Group
Nagorno-Karabakh: A Plan for Peace (repeat)

State of World Population 2005 report: United Nations Population Fund
Report full text

Guardian
Chancellor Merkel's walking stalemate of a governmentTimothy Garton Ash: She may be an iron politician but her feet are stuck in the clay of a messy, unstable coalition.

President sweats as hawks turn up heat Simon Tisdall: President Bashar Assad is not merely fighting to clear Syria's name as an unprecedented UN murder investigation closes in on Damascus. He is fighting for survival - his, and that of his isolated Ba'athist regime.

H3 Turkey and Europe

Turkey and the U.S.

Greek press on Cyprus and Turkey

Turkey and the Middle East

Turkey, Russia, Caucasus and C. Asia

USTDA Grant Supports Renewable Energy Project In Turkey
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Text of Proposed Iraqi Constitution ----


Oil pipeline shut down in Kirkuk

Diverse opinions about the Iraqi constitution

Talabani: "We reached an historic agreement"

Iraqi Sunni group endorses draft constitution

Financial Times
COMMENT: Germany is entering a more assertive era Now that reunification has been achieved, the country has been liberated to pursue its wider national interest more actively

The Times
Europe voted for paralysis Something precious will be lost if these nations choose slow decline over revitalization By Anatole Kaletsky

Jerusalem Post
Our World: Israel's new strategic environment

H4 New York Times Editorial A Flicker of Hope in Iraq Representatives of rival religious and ethnic communities in Iraq hammered out their most significant political compromise

Ahead of Vote, Trying to Make Sunni Iraq Safe American troops are working to help make Iraqi cities safe for voters, while insurgents do their best to disrupt the process.

Sunni Leaders Still Differ on Support for Charter
Report Says White House Ignored C.I.A. on Iraq
A Leading Syrian Minister Dies, Apparently a Suicide
Rice, Visiting Violent Afghanistan, Still Finds Political Progress
In a Shift, Iran Agrees to Resume Nuclear Talks
Editorial
Earthquake in Pakistan The central lesson of Pakistan's tragedy is that the rate of survival depends on the relative wealth of the afflicted country.

Herbert
Bush's Pledge? The Joke's on the Poor A real effort to fight poverty and combat discrimination? From this regime? You must be joking.





H
5 Washington Post Deal in Iraq Raises Hopes for Passage: Shiite and Kurdish Leaders Say Compromises Meet Sunni Arab Demands, Presage National Reconciliation

Iraq's Shiite Hub Awaits Its Day Najaf Prepares to Endorse Charter, but Rifts Are Apparent In Najaf, just how Shiites will or should exercise their power is an open question in a community that some say is more divided than ever, even as it strengthens its grip on the country.

Syrian Official Found Dead Interior Minister Was Questioned in U.N. Lebanon Probe

Can Russia Stem This Tide? By Jim Hoagland, The world is witnessing "the swiftest advance of democratic institutions in history," President Bush declared recently. That prospect is troubling the Kremlin's Karl Rove, who is hard at work on a plan to outflank the march of Western politics into Russia's historical empire.

CIA to Remain Coordinator of Overseas Spying

Editorial
Waking Up to Trade AFTER MONTHS of neglecting global trade liberalization, the Bush administration is returning to the fray.

World Temps Keep Rising New international climate data show that 2005 is on track to be the hottest year on record, continuing a 25-year trend of rising global temperatures.

Pentagon Plans to Beef Up Domestic Rapid-Response Forces The U.S. military is planning a more rapid, robust role for active-duty forces in responding to catastrophic disasters or terrorist attacks, a senior Pentagon official said yesterday, describing the demand for large-scale military resources in such cases as "inevitable."

Earthquake Aid for Pakistan Might Help U.S. Image

H6 Guardian
Chancellor Merkel's walking stalemate of a governmentTimothy Garton Ash: She may be an iron politician but her feet are stuck in the clay of a messy, unstable coalition.

President sweats as hawks turn up heat Simon Tisdall: President Bashar Assad is not merely fighting to clear Syria's name as an unprecedented UN murder investigation closes in on Damascus. He is fighting for survival - his, and that of his isolated Ba'athist regime.

Embattled Syrian minister found dead· General faced questions on killing of Lebanon PM · UN investigators' report due out within days
Iran's heritage deserves respect from America and Europe Martin Woollacott: The greatness that was Persia continues to endure through the repeated turmoil of the Middle East.
Al-qaida Iraq plan revealed· Memo calls for Islamic state · Clash with Israel is final conflict Extract: Al-Qaida memoSunni party backs blueprint
Three months is too longAnti-terrorism laws: The new lord chief justice was right this week to signal he will not be pushed around by ministers. The final judgment on the anti-terrorism bill will rightly lie with the courts.
Uranium fallout Sidney Blumenthal: Coverage of the Plame affair has been tainted by the press's cosy duet with the White House.
This law won't fight terror - it is an incitement to terrorism Seumas Milne: Censorship, internment and bans on non-violent political parties will increase the likelihood of further attacks in Britain.
H7 Is White House Ready For Another Bump in Iraq? - Cragg Hines, Houston Chronicle
Zarqawi's Losing Strategy - Austin Bay, RealClearPolitics

Asia Times
The blood is the life, Mr Rumsfeld! Intra-confessional strife among Shi'ites represents a nastier obstacle to Iraqi constitutional democracy than the Sunni insurgency. That is why Iraq's constitution will be defeated. More than ever, Shi'ites will bathe in their own blood rather than submit to the subjugation of their tribes.

Basra and the threat of disintegration After much soul-searching, 1920s Basra separatists might have voted for the new Iraqi constitution. Today's regionalist movements share similar political views to those of their 1920s counterparts, even if the goals are different and threats to Iraq's territorial integrity come from elsewhere. - Reidar Visser
H8 BBC Divided opinion Why the constitution meant to unite Iraq may pull it apart

Syrian 'suicide' sparks theories
Syrians Blast Lebanon Media After Kanaan Suicide
The Economist The death of Syria’s interior minister A rather convenient suicide

KR
Sectarian resentment extends to Iraq's army Instead of rising above the ethnic tension that's tearing their nation apart, the mostly Shiite troops are preparing for, if not already fighting, a civil war against the minority Sunni population.

MEMRI
Demands for Reforms in Saudi Arabia

BBC
Quake crisis brings rivals closer Indian soldiers cross the Kashmir frontier to help Pakistani forces as quake aid efforts ease traditional rivalry

NRO
Bilal Wahab: Iraqis want the freedom to be religious

H9 Ha’aretz –

Jerusalem Post
Our World: Israel's new strategic environment

Daily Star
Kenaan's death stresses Syrias' need to adopt a measure of transparency

Why confidence in the UN has been enhanced By Joseph E. Stiglitz

Practical action against WMD proliferationBy Alexander Downer
H
10 Christian Science Monitor Sectarian strife tears at neighbors The Sunni-Shiite divide is widening days before the vote on a constitution aimed at unifying Iraq.

In Iraq, a rush toward democracy could trigger civil war By Helena Cobban

Can Shiites appease Sunnis before vote? Politicians are unlikely to be able to make key constitution changes by the upcoming deadline.

A top Syrian minister commits suicide days before UN report

Iran waits for change from Ahmadinejad The new president, more than 100 days into his term, faces persistent discontent at home.

New light on the games nations, people play Nobel Prize winner Robert Aumann explained how game theory applies to cooperation.

Was New York subway threat a hoax? City officials don't believe report that bomb threat was made up, but feds do.

A surge in inflation: Is it here to stay?Economists expect to see a sharp rise in September's consumer price index.

H
11 IHT Out of the rubble, an opportunity By IAN BREMMER Natural disasters can sometimes offer important opportunities for political progress on seemingly intractable international disputes.

The heart of Muslim Britain By H.D.S. GREENWAY In America, race has always been a problem. In Britain, it is more recent.
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Toward a Conservative Foreign Policy by Paul M. Weyrich

CIA review faults prewar plansUSA Today

CIA Says Bush Ignored Prewar Forecasts

The Economist
Chinese economic policy As the boom continues, the government looks for more balance between the haves and the have-nots


H12 RFE/RL
Iraq: The Corruption Quandary

Georgia: Regional Leaders Inaugurate Oil Pipeline Amid Environmental Concerns

Ukraine: Is Kyiv On Stable Path Toward Integration With World Economy?

Russia: Russians Up, Non-Russians Down, Federalism Out In New Concept Draft

EurasiaNet
Sale of Georgia’s Rusting Rustavi Spurs Privatization Debate

EDM
NEW UNREST IN JAVAKHETI PROMPTS WARNING FROM YEREVAN

Growth, Poverty and Inequality in Eastern Europe: World Bank

Asia Times
Hu brought down to earth Even as China celebrated sending two men into space, Chinese President Hu Jintao was in no mood to join in the back-slapping. His political agenda received a thumbs-down at the Communist Party's central committee plenary session. This is certainly a setback for Hu, but the game is far from over.



H13 The Times
Europe voted for paralysis Something precious will be lost if these nations choose slow decline over revitalization By Anatole Kaletsky

Dutch unveil the toughest face in Europe with a ban on the burkaProposals by the country's hardline Integration Minister would be amongst the most stringent curbs on Muslim clothing in the world

Analysis: death of a Syrian minister

Ninety days? A leap too far Camilla Cavendish Police understandably want to extend their powers but politicians should be wary of agreeing

WSJ
Doha's Last Chance A hopeful sign that Doha may yet further open up world trade.

Merkel's First Task Sweep away anti-Americanism along with Herr Schröder.

The Verdicts What French, German and Dutch voters are really saying. By JOHN C. KORNBLUM
H14 Financial Times
COMMENT: Germany is entering a more assertive era Now that reunification has been achieved, the country has been liberated to pursue its wider national interest more actively

COMMENT & ANALYSIS: Will cracks in the conservative coalition stop a lasting realignment of US politics? George W. Bush’s party should be relishing its chance to seize control for a generation but broadening its appeal has alienated activists, sparked infighting and sapped confidence in its leadership

COMMENT & ANALYSIS: How to counter terrorism's online generation The west sees itself as leader of the information revolution, but the democratisation of technology enables terrorists to close the gap, writes Joseph Nye, a professor at Harvard

BP seeks strategic partnership with China BP is pursuing a partnership with Sinopec, China's biggest producer and marketer of refined oil products, that would give the oil major a foothold in an economy that is one of the heaviest fuel consumers.

A pioneering move into Russia is now looking like a one-of-a-kind transaction When BP bought its 50 per cent stake in TNK two years ago, the deal was hailed asa pioneering merger that could start a...

COMMENT & ANALYSIS: Why it is make or break for European social reform Europe can no longer succeed as a trade bloc looking in on itself. Instead it must adjust its social model to combine flexibility with fairness By Gordon Brown


H15 Los Angeles Times
The bottom line for Bush By Max Boot COMMENTATORS ARE writing George W. Bush's political obituary. And why not? Things do seem pretty grim for the president, with surveys indicating that public disapproval (53% in Realclearpolitics.com's poll of polls) outweighs support (42.2%) by a hefty margin.

Editorial
Merkel's moment Schroeder's departure from the scene removes a leader who did much to contribute to a deterioration of the pivotal German-American relationship.

A ditch runs through it AMERICANS TEND to learn geography by combat. Who knew from Fallouja? The Mekong Delta? Kosovo? No one, until our guys went in there bearing arms.
Making Room for Educators Muslim instructors are being prepared to teach Islam in German public schools while being sensitive to Western culture.
Hu Firmly Takes Wheel in China

FT
Iraq deal heralds bigger role for Sunni Tacit admission that drafting process was flawed

Schröder retires but hangs on to the end Ousted chancellor insists on attending EU summit

US takes tough line in Balkans on ties with Nato The US will this week deliver a tough message to the countries of the former Yugoslavia that contrasts with the softer approach taken by the European Union.
H16
Al Gore: I Don't Plan To Run Ted Kennedy: I'll Support Kerry

REVEALED: The Harriet And George Letters...
H17 Daily Telegraph Iraq's next milestone The Iraqi electorate will need courage to defy dark forces, which would derail the boldest attempt in the Middle East to establish representative government.

Iraqi forces control pollIraq's soldiers and police are launching their largest and most challenging operation yet, a campaign to stop those intent on sabotaging the referendum on a new constitution.

Blast-off for ChinaChina has launched its second manned space flight, a five-day test of its determination to be counted as a first-rank world superpower.
H18 Independent
The Ghazi Kenaan I knew was not the sort of man who would commit suicide

Iraq has descended into anarchy, says Fisk Most of Iraq is in a state of anarchy, with insurgents controlling parts of Baghdad just half a mile from the Green Zone,

90 Days: Plans to lock up terror suspects without charge provoke outcry Imprisoning terrorist suspects without charge for up to three months could breach human rights law, the Government's terror watchdog has warned

Iraqi cleric backs constitution as fears of violence deepen

Johann Hari: Iraqis will get their vote on the constitution, but this is not the one they really wanted

MI6 comes in from the cold and on to the internet

Key ally turns against Bush's court nominee
H19
H20 Slate Today’s Blogs
A Sunni Solution?: The latest chatter in cyberspace.

Why do we believe in God?Robert Winston ponders the biggest question of them all.

FT
Unlevel playing fieldThe head of world soccer wants to restore some order to the chaotic finances of the globe's pre-eminent team sport. He believes the haphazard way in which money has...
H21
Apple Unwraps iPod Video The latest in the hugely popular line of portable players can display videos and television shows.

Television via your iPod Four years ago the electronics company Apple unveiled its first iPod and changed the way millions of people listened to music. Now it has revealed a new package that could do the same for watching television and video.


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ABD ve Afganistan: Çıkış Var mı? Kasım 2001
Realism and Change
Crime and Punishment - Deterrence and its Failure in Theory and Practice 2001
“Tüketebileceğimizden Daha Fazla Değişim” ya da Eskimeyen Dünya Düzeni Ekim 2001
“ABD-AB İlişkilerinde Metal Yorgunluğu” Haziran 2001
It never rains circa. 1991.
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