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H1 Washington Post Rice Declines to Give Timeline for Iraq By Robin Wright

Financial Times Powell aide:
Cheney 'cabal' hijacked foreign policy Transcript: Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson Click here

Stealing Votes in Iraq?

Christian Science Monitor
Saddam Hussein's tactic: delay and defy The former dictator insisted he was still Iraq's rightful leader, attacking the legitimacy of the court that is trying him.
Saddam's Iron Grip -
Intelligence Reports on Saddam Hussein's Reign -National Security Archive
Remarks by National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley to the Council on Foreign Relations

Weekly Standard
The Conservative RevoltThere are six reasons why conservatives have turned on Bush. by Fred Barnes

Two Cheney aides cooperating with leak inquiry, those close to case say

COMMENT: It is time for the Big Three to shut up It would make for a more useful debate if Blair, Chirac and Schröder kept quiet and allowed some newer members of the European Union to dominate the discussion

"Intelligence Brief: Iran"

H2 National Review Michael Rubin: Where’s that Turkish tolerance we so admired?

Open Democracy
"Love me, or leave me?": the strange case of Orhan Pamuk By Murat Belge

Merkel contradicts Schröder over Turkey Merkel again signalled that she may pursue the option of a “privileged partnership” for Turkey, despite the opening of EU membership talks with Ankara this month

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

LA Times Azerbaijan
When the thug is our thug By Max Boot YOU CAN TELL a lot about a country from its airport

Azerbaijan arrests raise poll tensions Pre-election tensions in oil-rich Azerbaijan increased on Wednesday when the government fired Farhad Aliyev, the cabinet's leading reformer and economy minister

Azerbaijani Minister Fired, Allegedly Arrested for Coup Attempt

Azerbaijan: Quliyev Case Highlights Role Of Interpol

Bulgaria's Role in the Balkans Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov outlined his country’s role as a generator of stability and democratic values in the Balkans at a CSIS Statesmen’s Forum

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

Morgan Stanley - Turkey:
Quod Differtur Non Aufertur

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Kurdish people in North-Kurdistan support honour killing

Saddam's Judge is longtime Kurdish lawyer

First NATO planes fly UNHCR earthquake supplies from Turkey

New York Times
Syria's Opposition Unites Behind a Call for Democratic Changes

Reality Check: The Distributional Impact of Privatization in Developing Countries: Center for Global Development
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H4 New York Times Syria's Opposition Unites Behind a Call for Democratic Changes

Road Maps and Dead Ends By YOSSI BEILIN President Bush need do no more than show a little courage and press the "reset" button in order to make a genuine contribution to peace in the Middle East.

Pretoria Calling By DENNIS ROSS South Africa's experience overcoming apartheid can provide valuable inspiration for the culture of peace that Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas says he hopes to create.

Rice, in Testy Hearing, Cites Progress in Iraq

Gingerly, U.S. and China Plan to Strengthen Military Ties

Iraqis Watch the Trial on TV, With Emotions Running High Sunni Arabs expressed some sympathy for Saddam Hussein, and Shiites and Kurds barely contained their hatred.
Hussein, Lashing Out at U.S., Goes on Trial

Army Examining an Account of Abuse of 2 Dead Taliban U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan allegedly burned the bodies of two Taliban and then used the corpses in a propaganda campaign. SBS Dateline Transcript (sbs.com.au)

Scenes From a Meltdown
Over the next weeks, we are going to see an ideas race, as both parties hustle to get out new, positive agendas.

5 Washington Post Rice Declines to Give Timeline for Iraq By Robin Wright Secretary of state faces testy criticism from senators for the administration's refusal to offer a concrete timeline for the withdrawal of U.S. troops.

Legacies of a Leak Case By Jim Hoagland When historians write about the Weimarization of Washington in the Bush years, they will highlight the tawdry and divisive case involving the publication of Valerie Plame's CIA association and the unjust incarceration of reporter Judith Miller.

A Vote for Hamas? PRESIDENT BUSH and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas will have a novel topic on their agenda when they meet today, in addition to more enduring issues such as Palestinian violence against Israelis and Israel's reluctance to ease a stranglehold on Palestinian territories.

Hussein Stands Trial for Past Actions
Iraqi Defiant as Trial Opens and Then Recesses Until November

Iraqis Widely Split on Hussein
Trial of former leader evokes gamut of emotion among Sunni, Shiite and Kurd populations.

Rice Declines to Give Senators Timeline for Iraq Withdrawal

Top Aides Talked Before Plame's Cover Revealed Rove told grand jury Libby may have been source in CIA leak case, further undermining White House's contention that neither man was involved.

St. Petersburg's Deceptive Glitz By David S. Broder, ST. PETERSBURG -- If Vladimir Putin enjoys a 70 percent job approval rating, as some independent, American-sponsored surveys of Russian public opinion suggest, then his popularity here in his home base is almost off the charts.

Indonesia Neglected Bird Flu Disease was ignored until humans sickened and threat spread beyond the country's borders.

France Says Extremists Are Enlisting Its Citizens: Police Assert Some Trained in Mideast Could Attack Paris

H6 Guardian
The Bush nemesis Sidney Blumenthal: Rightwingers in the US are still not satisfied by the most conservative president in decades.

Senate presses Rice over Iraq exit strategy

Pakistan earthquake toll reaches 79,000 · Rescuers race to deliver aid before winter sets in · Signs of detente with India over Kashmir give hope

'I do not recognise this court' Scuffling as defiant Saddam appears on mass murder charge. Comment: Gitta SerenyCourtroom exchangesSaddam's charge sheet

Britain fears Tehran block on trade· Tensions escalate in wake of IAEA resolution· Officials claim British agents planted bombs

Guardian journalist abducted in IraqThe Guardian's Iraq correspondent, Rory Carroll, was last night missing after being kidnapped by gunmen in Baghdad.

Israel accused of 'road apartheid' in West Bank· Army seals off main route to Palestinian vehicles · Opponents say plan is to carve out new borders

Alexander Yakovlev Obituary: Key intellectual who backed Gorbachev's perestroika.

For our future prime minister make way for nice Mr CamerairTimothy Garton Ash: David Cameron's deft emulation of Tony Blair is the Conservatives' best chance of getting back into government.
H7 Time Stealing Votes in Iraq?
PBS Newshour Secretary Rice Pledges U.S. Will Remain in Iraq
Washington Times Independent Analysts: 'Al-Qaeda Letter' a Fake
Film Rolls as US Troops Burn Corpses, Taunt Opponents
Weekly Standard Mullah Chávez A look at the blossoming of Iranian and Venezuelan "brotherhood." by Thomas Joscelyn
Asia Times
Is China heading for a social 'red alert'?A social storm seems to be approaching China, with the number of protests growing sharply and economic inequality nearing the "red alert" level. But the startling fact that the statistics come from the government itself bespeaks its confidence in implementing its plans for "harmonious society". In this two-part article, Francesco Sisci examines the economic and social factors at work.
The return of RafsanjaniHardline Mahmud Ahmadinejad may have won the Iranian presidency, but his reformist opponent, Hashemi Rafsanjani, is now being used by the powerful clerics to temper Ahmadinejad's zeal, especially with regard to crucial economic and diplomatic, especially nuclear, issues.

H8 Stop Coddling Iraq's Sunnis - David Frum, National Post

Spreading the Wealth in Iraq - Austin Bay, RealClearPolitics

Invading Syria. Can Anyone Say Cambodia? - Dan Simpson, Pittsburgh PG

Analysis: U.N. report links Hariri killing to Syria

Daily Star
A watershed in the history of Arab justice
It is an amazing spectacle when a dictator and a mass murderer faces a courtroom during his trial with the audacity of Saddam Hussein.

H9 Ha’aretz –
U.S. says it won't rule out military option against Syria Assad tells German weekly that Syria is '100 percent innocent' in Hariri killing; Rice meets with UN's Annan

Yedioth Ahronoth
Don't touch Assad Assaf Shmueli

CFR Palestinian pollster
Khalil Shikaki tells CFR’s Bernard Gwertzman Israel must recognize that most Palestinians do not support violence and give top priority to improving their living standards

'Israel dictating U.S. policy' Syrian source tells Qatari newspaper el-Watan, ‘The Bush administration has created the current crisis with Syria due to Israeli pressure, which is being applied in order to realize the goals and interests of the Zionist lobby'

United Press International
Outside View: Another Scapegoat? By ALON BEN-MEIR.

Hamas Gets Pass on Desecration of Gaza Synagogues - Jonathan Gurwitz, SAEN

report (PDF) by the Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces help explain Palestinian security concerns
10 Christian Science Monitor Saddam Hussein's tactic: delay and defy The former dictator insisted he was still Iraq's rightful leader, attacking the legitimacy of the court that is trying him.

Terror intel at local level: Is it working?

The world mobilizes against bird flu The US State Department recently hosted officials from 80 countries to plot a defense against avian flu.

Beirut wants Palestinian bases out Lebanon is nervous about armed pro-Syrian outposts as tensions rise with Syria.

Earthquakes to tsunamis: How do worldwide disasters compare?

Pentagon's fraud investigation agency left Iraq 'a year ago'
Meanwhile, new report shows Iraq most corrupt country in Middle East.

Credit-card companies woo few Germans Only 5 percent of goods sold are bought with the cards here; globally, it's 13 percent.
11 IHT Let's put on some institutional muscle By GORDON BROWN AND HILARY BENN There is a need for a new disaster relief world fund from which humanitarian coordinators can immediately draw when a crisis threatens.

Did Mubarak foe get too close for comfort?

Letter from Asia: Chance at top UN seat gets the juices flowing

Europe terror threat 'very high' France's top anti-terrorist judge, Jean-Louis Bruguiere, warns that the terrorist threat facing Europe remains high.

Annan slams Pakistan quake help UN chief Kofi Annan warns of a second wave of deaths in quake-hit Pakistan unless the world provides far more aid.

Bird flu fear grips Europe, Asia
Several nations report new cases of bird flu in poultry, sparking new fears that humans may be at risk.

EU debate: War on terror vs. civil liberties

The Economist
The bird-flu epidemic A spreading menace arrives in Europe

U.S.: Rumsfeld Urges China To Be More Open About Military Powers, Aims

World: Anti-Viral Drugs For Possible Flu Pandemic In Short Supply, Vaccines Not Yet Ready

Washington Times
Rice in Asia

Georgia’s Foreign Minister is Fired


Carnegie Endowment Reading Russia Right: Carnegie Endowment
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Interview: The complexities of the US-China relationship Peter Brookes of the Heritage Foundation

Heritage Foundation
China and ASEAN: Endangered American Primacy in Southeast Asia by Dana R. Dillon and John J. Tkacik

H13 The Times
120m bird flu vaccine doses available within six months

Blustering and arrogant, a dictator defies his judges
H14 Financial Times Rice short on detail in laying out strategy for 'decisive Iraq victory'

Rove's fate leaves Bush agenda in the balance

Cheney 'cabal' hijacked foreign policy
Transcript: Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson
Click here

COMMENT: It is time for the Big Three to shut up It would make for a more useful debate if Blair, Chirac and Schröder kept quiet and allowed some newer members of the European Union to dominate the discussion

COMMENT & ANALYSIS: Iraq's special tribunal may be flawed but not unfair While there is room for improvement in the tribunal’s structure and procedures, there is nothing inherently unfair about its set-up, writes Laurel Miller, staff member of the US Institute of Peace

Russia's GDP grows by 5.9%

A bigger playing field needs new goal posts In the first of a series, Martin Wolf looks at the unbundling of the production process across the world and the effect it is having on eurozone labour forces, competitiveness and political strategies.

Europe set for split on emergency fund planEurope's leaders are heading for a new split over plans to create a multi-billion euro ‘shock absorber’ fund to help regions hit by job losses caused by global competition.

Time to flatten US tax It is hard to find anyone who does not believe the US tax system is in need of a serious overhaul. But start to set out some principles for a simpler, fairer and...
H15 Los Angeles Times
The un-Arafat comes calling By David Makovsky and Dennis Ross MAHMOUD ABBAS is a different kind of Palestinian president. Unlike his predecessor, Yasser Arafat, who made a long-term strategy out of being a victim, Abbas has made it clear that he seeks to build a political culture of responsibility. He has repeatedly said (in both English and Arabic) that violence is counterproductive to Palestinian aspirations.

When the thug is our thug By Max Boot YOU CAN TELL a lot about a country from its airport

A Week of Waiting and Watching for Iraqis

GOP Is Caught Between Alliances By Ronald Brownstein

Two Cheney aides cooperating with leak inquiry, those close to case say

AP: Rove, Libby Discussed Reporter Info...

Report: Bush knew of Rove's role in leak early on

Claim: Times reporter 'charter member' of Iraq group

Walker's World: Washington's multiple crisesThe inner circle of the Bush White House that ought to be the president's great asset is now becoming a grave liability.

17 Daily Telegraph Saddam deserves the fate of the NazisWhatever the strict legalities of the Iraqi dictator's trial, the judgment of the people should stand, says John Keegan.
H18 Independent
Saddam: 'I do not respond to this so-called court'
Three hours after it finally opened under the most intense Iraqi and international scrutiny, Saddam Hussein's trial came to a sudden halt for one simple reason - fear

Calls for UN sanctions on Syria over Hariri killing

Corruption in Russia is 'endemic'

Government to offer flu vaccine to everyone Everyone in Britain is to be offered a vaccine against pandemic influenza, but only when scientists are able to identify the lethal strain of the virus responsible for a future outbreak

Mary Dejevsky: Why must we borrow America's worst ideas?
H19 China's Political Commissars and Commanders: Trends and Dynamics Institute of Defence and Strategic StudiesThis 42-page working paper examines trends in the roles of political commissars and commanders in the Chinese military
H20 Slate
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