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H1KR Indictment doesn't clear up mystery at heart of CIA leak probe

Brookings Institution
Future Military Scenarios Involving American Forces Michael E. O'Hanlon; House Armed Services Committee

IHT Where have all the revolutions gone? By ANATOL LIEVEN So-called ''people power'' revolutions in all too many cases turn sour.

When ballots bring on bullets By EDWARD D. MANSFIELD AND JACK SNYDER The results of recent elections in the Middle East are dismaying

New Statesman Special Issue
Israel: everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask

News Release The indictment . Office of Special Counsel Web Page Complete Transcript of Fitzgerald Press Conference

identifies "official A" as Karl Rove, according to three people close to the investigation.

The article that, according to the indictment, triggered the "chain of events"

LA Times
Our 27 months of hell
By Joseph C. Wilson IV AFTER THE two-year smear campaign orchestrated by senior officials in the Bush White House against my wife and me, it is tempting to feel vindicated by Friday's indictment of the vice president's chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby.

Asia Times
Iran, Israel: The good,the bad and the ugly Calculated or not (to protect Syria?), Iran is undermining itself in the battle for world public opinion with respect to its right to nuclear technology, by making official statements that kindle the images of another Holocaust. But this is only one side of the complex cultural orientation of Iran's foreign policy: there is still room to maneuver. - Kaveh L Afrasiabi

Sistani May Demand US Pullout Timetable Iraq's top Shiite cleric might stage mass street protests if coalition doesn't comply.

Financial Times Leader
What globalisation? If you had a whole day to discuss the impact of globalisation on the European economy, you would probably talk about trade liberalisation, flexibility of markets and...

COMMENT & ANALYSIS: A false angle on Saxon success The collapse of the European Union constitution and deepening economic problems in parts of the continent have polarised debate into a Manichean division between a more protectionist social model and the market-friendly “Anglo-Saxon” one preferred by Britain and the US, writes Charles Pretzlik

H2 Slate A Stealthy Victory for the Turkish Military: Their wings have been clipped, but they're still the big winners in the EU membership process. Steven A. Cook

As others see us Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk faces trial next month for referring to his country's massacre of Armenians. He argues that the great European writers have revealed a continent in constant flux, in which modern Turkey has earned its place

Turkey mars German consensus

DC source says Bush told Barzani: "Iraq must stay whole" A top level US authority has confirmed that US President George W. Bush used his meeting this week in the White House with Iraqi Kurdistan Democractic Party leader Mesud Barzani to "openly" express concerns about the unity of Iraqi land.

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Turkey's Western ways Washington Times By Tulin Daloglu.
A Purge, Coup Rumors and Police Crackdowns Herald Election Season in Azerbaijan
RFE/RL Political Shock Waves Continue The mixture of uncertainty and rumor that imbues Azerbaijani domestic politics has always made it difficult, if not impossible to identify clearly the factions most observers believe exist within the upper echelons of the country's leadership, let alone to predict the outcome of that presumed struggle between them for influence.
Azerbaijani Parliamentary Vote Shapes Up as Important Test for US Foreign Policy BY ARIEL COHEN

Azerbaijan: Television is a Campaign Battleground


Second Semi-Annual Report of the Secretary-General to the Security Council on the Implementation of Security Council Resolution 1559

Rand Corporation
Liquid Assets Water availability has become a pressing concern due to unprecedented population growth. To avoid a worldwide water crisis, management policies must address the impact of demographic factors on supply and demand and find ways to use the existing freshwater supply more efficiently.

H3 Turkey and Europe

Turkey and the U.S.

Greek press on Cyprus and Turkey

Turkey and the Middle East

Turkey, Russia, Caucasus, C. Asia

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Ankara reacts against White House meeting for Barzani

Sistani ends Shia party backing

US & Frontline Military Bases in Iraq Washington File 28 Oct 2005 -- The US military is reducing the number of its FOBs in north-central Iraq

Progress in North-Central Iraq AFPS 28 Oct 2005 -- Pprogress has been made in bolstering security across NC Iraq, a senior US military said

Financial Times
From east to westAzerbaijan prepares for its first free elections and a wave of incoming oil money By Philip Stephens

Motorola agrees to settle Telsim claims


Rediscovery and retail therapy with a porn-again Turkophile

LA Times
Turkey Shocked by TV Footage of Child Abuse

Natural Allies? Regional Security in Asia and Prospects for Indo-American Strategic CooperationStrategic Studies InstituteThis 200-page monograph explores the strategic and policy ramifications of the projection of U.S. military power into Central Asia

Blurring the Line: The Convergence of Internal and External Security in Western Europe This 32-page article examines the convergence of internal and external security agendas from the perspective of the coercive apparatus of Western European countries

Chinese National Security: Decisionmaking Under StressStrategic Studies InstituteA 253-page report of a U.S. conference studying China's behaviour in conditions of tension and stress
H4 New York Times A Prosecutor's Focus Shifted to a Cover-Up Patrick J. Fitzgerald offered renewed evidence of that old Washington axiom: the cover-up is always worse than the crime.Libby Resigns His Post; Rove's Fate Unresolved

At Milestone in Inquiry, Rove, and the G.O.P., Breathe a Bit Easier Charges Shed Little Light on Underlying Questions

The Case Against Scooter Libby A jury will determine whether Lewis Libby broke the law. But it seems clear that he and other officials violated the public trust.Some Tie Libby's Case to the Case for the War

Novel Strategy Pits Journalists Against Source I. Lewis Libby Jr.'s trial will largely turn on whether jurors are more inclined to believe him or members of the media.

An Influential Bush Insider Who Is Used to Challenges Among the capital's power elite, I. Lewis Libby Jr. has studiously avoided the limelight in adopting the low-keyed, tight-lipped demeanor of his boss.

Justice From the Inside Out
By ROBERT W. RAY Patrick J. Fitzgerald showed that prosecutors can be above politics.

A Demagogue in Iran
Tough diplomacy must continue to curb Iran's nuclear aspirations, but there must be no illusions about the ideologue presiding there.
Syria Responds to Critics by Tackling Old Grievances
New Israeli-Palestinian Violence Puts Truce in Doubt
Alliances Form as Candidates Meet Deadline for Iraqi Assembly Elections
Iranian President Stands by Call to Wipe Israel Off Map
Who's on First? To protect a war spun from fantasy, the Bush team Swift-boated an American whose job gave her legal protection from the business-as-usual smear campaign.

What Fitzgerald Didn't Say The biggest losers so far in the C.I.A. leak case - aside, of course, from Scooter Libby - are journalists.

5 Washington Post Editorial Mr. Libby's Indictment The charges filed against I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby are serious, but don't suggest a broad-based conspiracy that requires endless further investigation by Congress or others.

Moment of Truth for a White House in Crisis With the indictment of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the Bush administration becomes a textbook example of what can go wrong in a second term.

Cheney Aide Libby Is Indicted Rove Spared But Remains Under Scrutiny

Aide Helped Shape Iraq Policy
Libby, Cheney were early advocates of removing Saddam Hussein and highly effective in thwarting any opposition from the State Department

CIA Yet to Assess Harm From Plame's Exposure

H6 Guardian
Speeches to the converted Mark Lawson: Fiery Iranian anti-Israeli rhetoric might have been meant for Tehran only. But what about Blair's response?

Cheney aide charged in CIA casePressure grows on Bush as Libby charged with lying to grand jury. Spotlight will turn on case for Iraq war Profile: Patrick Fitzgerald
Leader: Bush has run out of luck Getting worse for the White HouseBush administration: This has been the worst week of his presidency. Mr Bush will need more than luck to recover from it.Timeline: the Valerie Plame affair

Israel seeks UN action over IranSecurity council urged to act in wake of threat by Iran's president. Jihad and jingoism on Iran's streetsLeader: Very wrong and very foolish Iran and Israel: There is no real reason to suppose that Iranian policy toward Israel, which in recent years has been marked by occasional verbal extremism and by support for Palestinian radical groups but also by a recognition that Israel is a permanent fact of life in the Middle East, suddenly changed this week.

Free radical Norman Johnson: I'm more scared of terrorism than bird flu.

Ireland should forget its violent past, not romanticise itMartin Kettle: By trying to reclaim the memory of 1916, Bertie Ahern is storing up problems for the future.
H7 NRO Victor Davis Hanson: Bush must cross the Rubicon.

Iran vs Israel As Mahmoud Ahmadinejad calls for Israel to be wiped off the map, Trita Parsi explains how the Islamic Republic and the Jewish state were not always enemies

Oct 28 SD# 1013 - Iranian President at Tehran Conference: "Very Soon, This Stain of Disgrace [i.e. Israel] Will Vanish from the Center of the Islamic World - and This is Attainable"

"India's Interests Collide Over Iran"

Analysis: The oil-food report and U.N. reform
H8 Sistani May Demand US Pullout Timetable

Next Iraqi Election Appears Likely to Be Highly Competitive

US Forces Leave Some Bases in North Iraq: General

Sunni-Shiite Warfare breaks out in Southeast Bagh...

Saddam's lawyer asks for trial at The Hague

AP: Military support of Bush, war low

PINR "Iraq's Future Still in Doubt as Elections Approach"
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Sistani ends Shia party backing Ayatollah Sistani, Iraq's most revered cleric, will not back any party in December's vote, an official says.

U.S. forces in Iraq at record highUS forces have swelled to 161,000, their highest level since the US invasion.

H9 Ha’aretz –
Quartet calls on Syria to expel Palestinian militants from territory

Daily Star
Israel's disease: Never missing an opportunity to miss an opportunity By Yoel Marcus

Assad tells Mubarak Syria will comply with UN probe

The spies just may end up loving us By Rami G. Khouri

Politics & Policies: Syria's fading spring By CLAUDE SALHANI

Syrian General: US Forces Fired Across Border, Killed Solider
H10 Christian Science Monitor US weighing sanctions against Uzbekistan for human rights abuses Meanwhile, UN worries about uprising trial, party leader imprisoned, and BBC closes its offices.

Der Spiegel
Schröder Goes Out with a Bang at his Last EU Summit In the interests of diplomacy, most politicians try to keep their true opinions to themselves. But on Thursday, outgoing German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder gave British Prime Minister Tony Blair and earful. And, a group of Muslim women is calling for a gender jihad. more...

Jeremy Rifkin on Europe's Uncertain Future: Why the European Dream Is Worth Saving

PINR "Concern Over Delays in the E.U.'s Defense Integration Process"
Full text of report
H11 IHT Where have all the revolutions gone? By ANATOL LIEVEN / So-called ''people power'' revolutions in all too many cases turn sour.

When ballots bring on bullets By EDWARD D. MANSFIELD AND JACK SNYDER The results of recent elections in the Middle East are dismaying.

Europe's final offer By PETER MANDELSON The EU has tabled a new offer on agricultural market access that goes much further than Europe has previously been willing to go.

The demagogue in Iran Vicious blather against Israel is still prevalent, alas, across much of the Islamic world.

BBC Divided Europe Mixed messages emerge about the outcome of EU summit

EU offers to cut farming tariffs Europe offers to cut farm tariffs by up to 60%, in an attempt to break the deadlock in world trade talks.

H12 RFE/RL Afghanistan
Report Urges Reforms In International Civil-Military Teams A respected U.S. policy institute says in a new study that international civil-military teams in Afghanistan need to be better organized and coordinate more closely with Kabul.
Russian Space Official Charged With Spying for China

CFR IS RUSSIA RUNNING OUT OF ENERGY? Next year Russia assumes control of the Group of Eight. The world’s second-largest exporter of oil has posted 7 percent growth over the past seven years, but investors are unsure of whether Russia’s energy markets—outlined in a
U.S. Department of Energy brief—can keep up this pace (BusinessWeek). Many suspect Russia’s success is due to high oil prices rather than sound macroeconomic policy, and high inflation rates (Kommersant) are dissuading foreign investors. Despite a recent U.S. tour by Russian business leaders to shore up confidence (UPI), our CFR Background brief looks at questions about Russia’s oil market that may justify investors’ concerns. Despite these worries, Russia still matters, writes Council President Richard Haass in JoongAng Daily; vast oil reserves combined with new pipelines (Economist) could make the nation an even bigger player in the global oil market; and Carnegie’s Dmitri Trenin lauds Russia’s burgeoning middle class in this policy brief.

H13 The Times
Leakers, lies and spies put the heat on Bush

Rove dodges the bullet as scandal mires Capitol Hill

Down but Not Out After Katrina and Scooter, whither the Bush administration? By MICHAEL BARONE

Questions for Ben Bernanke To be or not to be (like Alan Greenspan)? By N. GREGORY MANKIW

Why is the World Bank Still Lending? The Bank's effort to retain influence with middle-income countries siphons off scarce funds from the poorest. By ADAM LERRICK

Weekly Standard
George W. Bush's Not So Terrible WeekThe Bush administration's second-term bear market has bottomed out by William Kristol

Why This Man Is SmilingKarl Rove's survival is a boon for the Bush White House. by Fred Barnes

A Spooked White House The damage that has already been done by the CIA leak investigation. by Stephen F. Hayes

COMMENT & ANALYSIS: Why India is no longer in thrall to its star-studded diaspora With a rising economy, a youthful and educated population and profitable old and new businesses, the relationship between India and its émigrés may be poised for a radical shift

COMMENT & ANALYSIS: A bad sense of community Ethnic groups clustered in one spot develop interests and goals. As such, they are inevitably political pressure groups. They lay claim to scarce resources. Simply rebaptising these groups “communities” will not conjure away the realities of politics By Christopher Caldwell

US economy grows 3.8% in third quarter.

H14 Financial Times
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: The new untouchable What has marked Patrick Fitzgerald out as special prosecutor is that charges of partisanship do not stick. There have been no leaks from his office, in contrast to the selective leaks that discredited the prosecution of President Bill Clinton by Ken Starr.

President Bush and the Hall of Shame Like many of his predecessors, President George W. Bush has fallen victim to scandal and cover-up in his second term.

Under the UN tableThe lengthy inquiry led by Paul Volcker into the United Nations' oil-for-food (OFP) programme for pre-war Iraq has already revealed corruption on the part of some UN...

What globalisation? If you had a whole day to discuss the impact of globalisation on the European economy, you would probably talk about trade liberalisation, flexibility of markets and...

COMMENT & ANALYSIS: A false angle on Saxon success The collapse of the European Union constitution and deepening economic problems in parts of the continent have polarised debate into a Manichean division between a more protectionist social model and the market-friendly “Anglo-Saxon” one preferred by Britain and the US, writes Charles Pretzlik

Iraqi alliances submit their candidates for December poll Iraqi political alliances rushed to meet the deadline for submitting candidate lists for parliamentary elections scheduled for December 15.

Volcker report implicates big oil companies in oil-for-food scandal

UN condemns Iran over Israel call

Pentagon resists air base cash demands The Pentagon is rejecting demands by Kyrgyzstan to pay for the past use of Manas air base,

H15 Los Angeles Times
U.S. Ceding More Control to Iraqis The military quickens the pace of transferring bases to the improving security forces.

More Players, Higher Stakes in Next Iraqi Election

U.S. Raises Troop Level by 23,000 to 161,000

Libby: A Powerful Pol Known for His Discretion

Fearless Fitzgerald Known for Obsessive Work Ethic

Italians Debate Role in Operative's Saga

Move Is a Reflection of a Weakened President

Fitzgerald's moment
THE RULE OF LAW can be a nebulous concept, hard to define and easy to manipulate, but it was present Friday in all its majesty in a 7th-floor conference room at 950 Constitution Ave. in Washington. That's where Special Prosecutor Patrick J. Fitzgerald explained to the nation the charges in his investigation into the leak of the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame.

Breaking the second-term curse
By Kenneth M. Duberstein
EVERY PRESIDENT in his second term deserves one do-over, a presidential mulligan. And the nation should insist that he take it. Since World War II, every presidency has stumbled after reelection.

Americans won't let Democrats lose Iraq
By David Gelernter

H16 BBC Blow to Bush The indictment of a top White House aide wounds the president


Political Analysts Discuss Indictment Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the Libby indictment


A Formidable Hawk Goes Down

Ex-CIA Agents Differ on Import of Outing Plame

Der Spiegel
News Analysis: A Long, Rocky Road With 39 Months to Go


17 Daily Telegraph Bush crisis deepens George Bush's influence and authority has been threatened by the indictment of a senior aide for perjury and other criminal charges.

Since Katrina, it has been downhill for Bush By any measure, President George W Bush has had a terrible few weeks since Hurricane Katrina. But that freak natural disaster aside, the recent problems of the Bush Administration have been largely man-made.EU schizophrenia There are, in truth, two EUs. The official EU - the EU of commission press statements and council communiqués and the real EU, passing laws to do with circuses and eels. This cannot go on for much longer.

'Missiles smuggled into Europe'An Islamic terror cell has smuggled two surface-to-air missiles into Europe in a plot to shoot down planes at one of France's main airports.

Iran crisis hopes dashedIran is on a collision course with the West as its president defied a diplomatic onslaught to withdraw his call for Israel to be "wiped off the map".Simon Heffer: UN will do nothing

Sunnis and radical Shias prepare to enter Iraq pollTwo groups at the forefront of the violent resistance to the US presence in Iraq have put forward candidates for December's national election.
H18 Independent
Iranian President defies worldwide criticism to repeat call for Israel to be 'wiped from map'

Should the West be worried about events in Tehran?

Robert Fisk: Our leaders seem to be suffering from infantilism

Leading article: An escalating and irresponsible war of words

Chechen attack was 'grandiose attempt to copy September 11'
H19 Rumsfeld Orders Review of Special Operations Forces' Needs

The UN at 60: Senescence or Renaissance? The Brookings Institution
H20 Slate
Scooter, Indicted: The latest chatter in cyberspace. David Wallace-Wells

Scooter Who?: How Bush will deal with the Libby indictment. John Dickerson

Niger-Scooter-Plame-Gate: The bewildering scandal of the moment.
Michael Kinsley

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Türk-Amerikan İlişkileri Üzerine Notlar: Ataerkil Yapıdan Tüccar Mantığına mı? Mayıs 2003
Türkiye, ABD ve Irak Harekâtı: Hayır Diyebilen Türkiye? - Şubat 2003
Değişim, ‘Sense of Proportion’ ve Tarihin Yararları ile Sınırları Üzerine Nisan 2003
ABD Güvenlik Politikalarında Güç Kullanımı ve Caydırıcılık Ağustos 2002
“Yalnız Kovboy” ya da “Eşit Olmayanlar Arasında Birinci”: ABD Dış Politikasında Tektaraflılık-Çoktaraflılık Tartışmaları Mart 2002
İyi, Kötü ve Çirkin: ABD'nin Orta Doğu Politikaları Ocak 2002
Unilateralism corrupts, absolute unilateralism corrupts absolutely Turkish News, May 21, 2002
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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