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H1 Summary of the Winograd Committee interim report

Ha’aretz - ANALYSIS: Olmert and his gov't are unfit to run the next war The Winograd Committee's interim report indicates PM cannot lead the nation into the next war and win.

Winograd seeks to change way gov't makes decisions Jerusalem Post -

CSIS Iraq,Afghanistan, and the Emerging Challenge Key Challenges: Continuing threat from Neo-Salafi extremist groups; Risk of Sunni Shi’ite divide. Lingering uncertain “victory” in Iraq or forced withdrawal. Challenge of Iran in political terms, proliferation, asymmetric warfare. Problem of restructuring securing posture in the Gulf. Need for decisive action in Afghanistan. Pakistan as unstable ally. Regional impact of perceptions of war on terrorism, Iraq War and Arab-Israeli conflict Full Paper (PDF; 2.13 MB)

U.S. State Dept Terrorism Report Highlights Global Challenge

New York Times Why Congress Should Embrace the Surge

By OWEN WEST How can we reconcile the military reality with the desire by the majority of Americans to reduce troop levels in Iraq? The current surge may provide an excellent opportunity.

Olmert Rebuked by Israeli Panel on Lebanon War An Israeli government commission accused Minister Ehud Olmert of having decided hastily to go to war and neglecting to ask for a detailed military plan.

Iranian-Saudi Ties Defy the Caricature Narrative By: Afshin Molavi | The Daily Star As Arab presidents, emirs and kings lined up alongside the United Nations secretary general and the Pakistani, Malaysian and Turkish heads of state in last month's Arab League summit in Riyadh, one key player was missing at the highest level: Iran.

CFR Should US Pursue Regime Change in Iran?

Recognize Shared Aims By: Trudy Rubin | Miami Herald A crucial meeting Thursday and Friday in Egypt of leaders from Iraq and its neighbors will be attended by Condoleezza Rice and, maybe, by Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki. The reason it is so important: The American troop surge is only a tactic, which can't work unless it fits into a broader regional strategy.

Daily Telegraph MI5 trailed 7/7 bombers for a year MI5 faced new questions last night over its failure to prevent the London bombings as it emerged that two of the suicide attackers were in their sights more than a year before the atrocity.

Los Angeles Times What war? Niall Ferguson: At home, the economy soars and Americans let the good times roll. Meanwhile, Iraq burns.

Niall Ferguson's empire
Profiled, Harvard Magazine.

Diplomacy at its Worst By: Nicholas D. Kristof | The New York Times In May 2003, Iran sent a secret proposal to the United States for settling our mutual disputes in a "grand bargain."

The New International Institution Threatening U.S. Interests By: Suzanne Nossel | The New Republic
Among the lessons emerging from the Iraq war is a growing consensus among American policy thinkers that Washington needs to reinvigorate multilateral organizations, treaties, and relationships.

Financial Times COMMENT: The global economy through rose-tinted glasses The fall in the number of people in extreme poverty since the early 1980s is due entirely to the fall in poverty in China, writes Robert Wade of the London School of Economics.

EU-US still at odds over global warming The US and European Union agreed that climate change poses a “serious threat” with “global consequences” but remained at odds after their annual summit in Washington over how best to tackle the problem.

Guardian Leader Olmert exposed

Entente to Balance China By: Hisahiko Okazaki | The Japan Times The balance of power over China today is comparable to the relationship between Britain and Germany exactly 100 years ago, the period that led to World War I.

Price tag for war in Iraq on track to top $500 billionThe bitter fight over the latest Iraq spending bill has all but obscured a sobering fact: The war will soon cost more than $500 billion. That's about ten times more than the Bush administration anticipated before the war started four years ago.

Independent Blair's bloody legacy: Iraq On the 10th anniversary of Tony Blair's election as Prime Minister, 69 per cent of Britons believe that his legacy will be the bloody war in Iraq

Revealed: how London bombers slipped through MI5's grasp

MI5 faces calls for an inquiry into accusations that it made mistakes that could have prevented the London bombings of 7 July.

Guardian How MI5 missed July 7 links
Mistakes allowed the London bombers to slip through the net

H2 NYT Editorial EDITORIAL; Secularism and Democracy in Turkey

Both sides need to step back from the brink.

Washington Post Editorial Turkey's Democracy Crisis The 'secular' opposition and military try to prevent the free election of a new president.

FT LEADER: Turkey needs early elections, not army With passions at their current pitch, elections would, of course, be risky. But not as risky as the alternatives.

WORLD NEWS: A tale of misunderstandings, snobbery, bruised egos and mutinous soldiers

WORLD NEWS: A coup would set back the democratic cause for years by Quentin Peel In the long-run, perhaps, modernisation in Turkey is inevitable. In the medium-term, however, it is going to be a very bumpy process.

Guardian A test for Turkish democracy The military may have overplayed its hand in challenging Abdullah Gul's candidacy for president. Simon Tisdall

Independent Leading article: Torn between democracy, the military and Islam

The Times Leader Turkish Turmoil The Prime Minister and Army must exercise restraint

NYT Secular Parties Vow to Battle Prime Minister In Turkish Vote

CSM THE MONITOR'S VIEW Untying Turkey's head-scarf knot

WSJ Editorial Turkish Showdown The military endangers a Muslim democracy.

Washington Times Editorial What would Ataturk say? The changes in Turkish politics and society, as well as foreign policy, do not receive the attention they warrant in Washington. Nor does the centrality of Turkey to U.S. strategic interests in the region.

The pains of democracy What are Turkey's alternatives?

THE Times Appeal for calm as Turkish markets plunge Turkey’s Prime Minister appealed for national unity after the stock market plummeted by 8 per cent upon opening

Analysis: Turkish Court must set emotion aside Times correspondent says Turkish crisis is much more than just a battle between secularists and Islamists

UPI Walker's World: Turks near coup

FT Appeal for calm amid crisis in Turkey Turkey’s prime minister appealed for calm and national unity amid a political crisis and falling financial markets sparked by the country’s most serious clash between the military and government for a decade.

FRONT PAGE - FIRST SECTION: Calls grow for general election in Turkey

Global Overview: Turkish crisis fuels flight to quality

LEX COLUMN: Turkish markets

FT MARKETS: Turkish military provokes retreat from assets

COMMENT: The Turkish paradox and the prophets of Eurabia Once you start thinking of the Muslims in Europe as a single, hostile bloc, you open the door to racism, writes Gideon Rachman.

BBC Turkish PM makes appeal for unity

Army warning stirs Turkish press

Guardian Generals' warning may prove positive Simon Tisdall The military may have overplayed its hand in challenging Abdullah Gul's candidacy for president.

Erdogan plays economy card
Turkish prime minister calls for stability in row over presidency.

Independent Calls for unity as Turkey awaits fate of 'Islamic' poll candidate

Der Spiegel Alarm Grows over Political Crisis in Turkey

Reuters Turkish PM Calls for Unity Over Presidential Poll

AP Turkish Stocks Fall on Political Strife

LA Times Secular Turks draw a political line

ABD: Anayasal sürece güvenimiz var

Michael Rubin Gül'ün adaylığı için ne düşünüyor

Ankara çok çabuk ateşleniyor SAMİ ŞURUŞ

Guardian Türkiye bu işin içinden demokrasiyle çıkmalı

Daily Telegraph Batılılaşma hükümete saygı gerektirir

Daily Star Ordu yine endişe yarattı

EurasiaNet Turkey’s Constitutional Crisis Deepens

Al Hayat Secularism Wears the Headscarf Moustafa Zein - With Gul running for presidency Turkey enters a new era in its historic self-reconciliation. It is a new era where secularism goes hand in hand with the Islamic headscarf – worn by Gul’s wife.

The "Rebel" As President Zuheir Kseibati - Neither the opposition nor the Republican People's Party in particular can use the headscarf of Dr. Gul’s wife to scare the Turkish people, which has underwent a great breakthrough on the road to economic stability.

Google News Kurdish Kurdish Media

Guardian Democracy's last stand Mark Lattimer: If oil-rich Kurdistan goes the way of Baghdad and Mosul, all hopes of Iraqi unity will go with it.

ERDAL ŞAFAK Kerkük ateşi

ABD Terör raporunda PKK konusu geçiştirildi Ayrıntılar

Maliki, Sonunda 'Kerkük' İmzasını Attı

Will Turkey Join US-Iran-Kurdish Axis? The Conservative Voice

Kurds to 'Block' Iraq Oil Law

Comments on "What is Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander"
Kurdish Aspect

Europe prepares a Kurdish Genocide in Turkey American Chronicle

Kurds will vote against oil law

Iraqi Kurdistan, Kish FTZ ink MoU
Islamic Republic News Agency

Kirkuk file needs regional intervention-legislator (Voices of Iraq)

Kürt yönetimi, İran'a 3 sınır kapısı açmak istiyor

Rizgari Federe Kürdistan hükümetinden sınır kapısı atağı

DTP’den destek

İran yakaladığı PKK'lıyı teslim etti

Google News Greece Cyprus Turkish Cypriot Press ABHaber

Avrupa Konseyi de uyardı: Askerler kışlasında kalmalı

Kıbrıslı Türk'e oy hakkı yok

Turkey will be just fine Sylvia Tiryaki

Council of Europe head tells Turkish military to keep out of politics

NYT WORLD BRIEFING | UNITED NATIONS; Revised Genocide Exhibit Opens

Papaz İttifakı

'Terör örgütü'ne itiraz

Hrant Dink iddianamesi arada kaldı

Suikastçilerin vakıf bağlantısı

Müşerref ile Karzai'yi Türkiye barıştırdı Kareye zor girdi

Aydın'a 216 yıl istendi

Yüksel Söylemez In Memory of Umit Haluk Bayulken (1921-2007)

Ahmet Taşgetiren Misyonerlik İslam’ın sorunu mu?

ABDURRAHMAN YILDIRIM
Seçim siyasi belirsizliği bitirir mi, artırır mı?

Güngör URAS Kara pazartesi bekleyenler (ne iyi ki) yanıldı

Metin MÜNİR Asker, hükümet, piyasa

Anayasa ve piyasa Mahfi Eğilmez

OKAN MÜDERRİSOĞLU
'Ekonomiye karşı içte ve dışta güven var'

Eser Karakaş Muhtıra ve ekonomi

Ercan Kumcu Erken ’erken seçim’ 2007 ve 2008 yıllarını kurtarır

Erdal Sağlam Panik havası kimsenin işine gelmiyor

Deniz Gökçe Belirsizlik devam ediyor!

Yabancı yatırımcı kaçtı

Türkiye'de iktisat öldü mü? Korkmaz İlkorur

Dolarda trend yukarı döner mi? Yiğit Bulut

BBC 1 Mayıs 2007 Basın Özeti

H3 ANKA RED ÇIKACAK

Raportör terazisinin ret kefesi ağır bastı

Taha Kıvanç Olanı anlamaya çalışırken…

MİT Müsteşarı ile 5 günde 3 görüşme

367’nin raporu ret yanlısı

2 karar ve seçenekler


5 soruda 367 davası

AKP, seçimde 3 tarihi tartıştı

Hükümetten erken seçime yeşil ışık

Seçim 1 veya 8 Temmuz’da

Hasan CEMAL Asker sorunu!

Çıplak gerçekler Gündüz Aktan

Sami KOHEN Türkiye'ye bakışta ABD-AB farkı

US urges Turk reconciliation on basis of democracy, secularism, constitution

Fikret BİLA Gerçeği olduğu gibi görmek

Darbeden çıkış yolu İsmet Berkan

Genelkurmay'ın bildirisi, yapılacak askeri darbenin önceden haber verilmesidir

Başbakan Erdoğan, birlik ve beraberlik mesajı verdi

ABD 'Türkiye Çözüm Bulacak'

Enis Berberoğlu Telefondaki üçüncü kişi

Cengiz Çandar “Kriz”in çıkış yolu ve Türkiye’nin asıl çıkmazı...

The post-April 27 -- the Emergence of a Two-Turkey Cengiz Çandar

Even Gül is not moderate enough for the military Barçın Yinanç

Berat Özipek Türkiye muhtıraya teslim olmamalı

Anayasa Mahkemesi üzerine iki senaryo Murat Yetkin

Anayasa Mahkemesi'nin kararı bekleniyor Nefesler tutuldu

Bilal Çetin Seçimden başka çıkış yolu var mı?

Ali Bulaç Talih kuşunu kara sinek sanma

Yeni Şafak Seçmene göre Gül doğru tercih

Taha AKYOL Mitingler ve orta sınıf

Aksiyon Ankara yine nasıl Çankaya krizine girdi?

[Yorum - Haluk Özdalga] ARTIK YETER

[Katı laiklerin ve modernleşen İslam'ın hikâyesi -2-] Kim muhafazakâr kim değişimci? Joost Lagendijk

Ertuğrul Özkök 48 saattir bekleyen cümle

MUHARREM SARIKAYA Siyasetin Rus ruleti...

Cengiz Aktar Demokrasi alakart değil fiks menüdür

İlter Türkmen Demokraside çareler tükenir mi?

M Ali Birand İşte bunun için AB’yi istiyorum…

Ekrem Dumanlı Konuşan Türkiye, susan Türkiye

Barroso: Türkiye Avrupalı olmak zorunda

Sokak ve Cumhuriyet: 'Nümayişkâr' feminen darbe NİLÜFER GÖLE

MUSTAFA KARAALİOĞLU İktidar benim olsun da ne olursa olsun, tablosu

ALİ BAYRAMOĞLU Demokrasi bir oyun değil!

Demokrasiye sahip çıkalım Hasan Celal Güzel

Seçimin koşullarını oluşturmak için de uzlaşmak gerek... Altan Öymen

Mahir Kaynak Dönemeç

Çağlayan'daki sosyal sınıf: Aleviler

Pervez Müşerref darbeyi anlattı Ben darbe yapmadım demokrasi getirdim

Ağar'ı atlatan DYP'li konuştu

Cüneyt Ülsever Muhtıra ve Çağlayan Mitingi: İki gözlem

Baykal çok memnun
Baykal: Mahkeme '367 vekil şart değil' derse çatışmaya sürükleniriz

Gila Benmayor Çağlayan’daki milyonları hangi parti kucaklayacak?

Güneri CIVAOĞLU Silahsız kuvvetler

Can Dündar Çağlayan: Bir devir teslim töreni

Hurşit GÜNEŞ Hem demokrasi, hem de cumhuriyet

NTVMSNBC Forum: Türkiye’nin siyasi atmosferi

Erken seçim ne değiştirir? Düşündünüz mü?

KÜRŞAT BUMİN Nicelik mükkemmel nitelik sorunlu

Engin Ardıç Benim adayım gene de Sami Selçuk’tur!

e-muhtıra, f-darbe, g-askeri yönetim Perihan Mağden

Yargıtay hakimi 'AK Parti'ye göz açtırmayacağız' demiş

İç Basında Türk Dış Politikası

Dış Basında Türkiye-AB İlişkileri - Dış Basında Güncel Türkiye Bülteni

Dış Basında Irak BBC Turkish 0700

VOA TSİ 06:30 Dış Basında Türkiye Turkish Press Review Google News Turkey Turquie Türkei TurcoPundit

Taha Kıvanç Olanı anlamaya çalışırken…

Fehmi Koru CHP ve sol çizgi

NAZLI ILICAK 'Naftalinli' haberler ve Gül Tüyo Demirel'den mi?

Şahin Alpay Laikliğin güvencesi demokrasidir

Rauf Tamer Şunlar olabilir

MEHMET OCAKTAN Baykal, Mumcu ve Ağar'ı 'darbe' mutlu eder mi…

HAKAN ALBAYRAK Ordu hepimizin… Meclis de öyle!

İBRAHİM KARAGÜL Komşuların Türkiye'deki rejim tartışmasına bakışı

Emin Çölaşan Varan 2... Hayır, bu zat cumhurbaşkanı olamaz

Abdullah Gül laiklik için ne dedi?

Karar günü

Mehmet Tezkan Çağlayan’da toplananların Erdoğan’a teşekkür borcu yok mu?

Gülay Göktürk Temelsiz korkularla baş edilebilir mi?

Baykal ÇATIŞMA ÇIKABİLİR

BBP 'Genelkurmay'a tek biz cevap verdik '

Mehmet Y Yılmaz Sol ayağı topal siyaset

Mehmet Altan CHP’liler, Baykal içinize siniyor mu?

Mitingler, kitleler Murat Belge

Serpil YILMAZ 'Çağlayan'ın mimarından Sabancı'ya açık mektup

Sırada ilk Manisa mitingi var

Yalçın DoğanMuhtırayı asıl halk verdi

EMRE AKÖZ 'Gerekirse kavga ettiririz!'

“Don’t touch my First Lady!” by ELISABETH ÖZDALGA

Güler Kömürcü ‘Laikçi avına çıkmak...’

Elif Şafak 2007

Anayasa Mahkemesi'nin tarafsızlığından kuşkum yok

İlnur Çevik Erdogan has to face the realities

Nuh Gönültaş Muhtırasında falan değilim...

UMUR TALU Nasıl olacak!

YAVUZ DONAT Kurtar bizi Anayasa Mahkemesi

Neyi tartışıyoruz? Turgut Tarhanlı

Şakir Süter Demokrasi ve birleşme

Gelinen noktayı Prof Dağı ve Dr Ayata'yla tartıştık

Arınç: Süreç başarıyla tamamlanacak

Rezervim var diyerek ’Ya sen ya o’ dememiş

"Arınç için söylenenler iftira"

1 Mayıs'a özel önlemler

ERGUN BABAHAN
Böyle birlikten kuvvet doğmaz

Prof. Dr. AYDIN AYAYDIN
Çağlayan mitingi CHP'ye yarar mı?

MAHMUT ÖVÜR
'Sanal muhtıra' ve Çağlayan mitingi

Oktay Ekşi Tarih yazan kadınlar...

Bekir Coşkun En iyi pozisyon...

Mümtazer Türköne Karar anı: Muhtıra mı, değil mi?

Can Ataklı Tayyip Erdoğan neler söylemişti?

Harbiye Marşı’yla ulusa seslendi!

Mahkeme falı, Baykal falı
Cemil Müneccim

Siyasette yeni dönem, yeni oluşumlar
Osman S.Arolat

Tamer Korkmaz Eski hal, muhaldir!

Dünya Türkiye'yi izliyor

Hüsnü Mahalli Problemli ABD!

H4 New York Times Why Congress Should Embrace the Surge By OWEN WEST How can we reconcile the military reality with the desire by the majority of Americans to reduce troop levels in Iraq? The current surge may provide an excellent opportunity.

Olmert Rebuked by Israeli Panel on Lebanon War An Israeli government commission accused Minister Ehud Olmert of having decided hastily to go to war and neglecting to ask for a detailed military plan.

Sunni Ministers Threaten to Quit Cabinet in Iraq The largest bloc of Sunni Arabs in the Iraqi Parliament threatened to withdraw its ministers from the Shiite-dominated cabinet on Monday.

Terrorist Attacks in Iraq and Afghanistan Rose Sharply Last Year, State Department Says

Editorial Secularism and Democracy in Turkey The long struggle between Turkey’s generals and the growing popularity of parties rooted in Islam has taken a dangerous turn. Both sides need to step back from the brink.

5 Britons Guilty in Bomb Plot; Tied to 2005 London Attackers Evidence revealed during the trial showed links between the five men and two of the attackers who blew themselves up on London’s transit system

Why Wolfowitz Should Stay By NUHU RIBADU Paul Wolfowitz, president of the World Bank, helped change my country.

ATUL GAWANDEThe Power of Negative Thinking

We Americans believe instinctively in the power of positive thinking. But the real key is looking for, and sometimes expecting, failure.

H5 Washington Post Editorial Turkey's Democracy Crisis The 'secular' opposition and military try to prevent the free election of a new president.

The Democrats' Foreign Policy Primary By E. J. Dionne Jr., Over the past week, the foreign policy dance by the three leading Democratic presidential candidates has produced some revealing moments.

A Law Day Unto Himself Beyond Presidential Power, What Is Bush Upholding? By Ruth Marcus,

An Education in Government NSC Post a Real-World Lesson for Cha

April Toll Is Highest Of '07 for U.S. Troops Over 100 Killed in Month; Iraqi Deaths Far Higher

U.S. Cites 91 Percent Rise In Terrorist Acts in Iraq

Sarkozy's New Europeans By Anne Applebaum, The political and economic consequences of Europeans' new mobility could be quite profound.

Official Panel Accuses Israeli Leaders Of Multiple Failures in Lebanon War

Officers Testify Against Accused U.S. Colonel

Maliki's Office Is Seen Behind Purge in Forces By: Joshua Partlow A department of the Iraqi prime minister's office is playing a leading role in the arrest and removal of senior Iraqi army and national police officers, some of whom had apparently worked too aggressively to combat violent Shiite militias, according to U.S. military officials in Baghdad.

Fight Fire With Fire? By: Charles D. Ferguson | The Washington Post
Until transportation is overhauled away from gasoline powered internal combustion engines, nuclear energy cannot wean the United States off oil from unstable parts of the world.

Ex-CIA Officers Among Tenet Critics

Wolfowitz Says He Is Target of 'Smear' Tactics

5 British Men Guilty in Foiled Bombing Plot

Republicans Buck Bush On Iraq Benchmarks

H6 Guardian Israeli PM refuses to resign Government inquiry holds Ehud Olmert responsible for 'very serious failings' over the war in Lebanon.
The key mistakes made

Leader Olmert exposed The decision to respond to the capture of Israeli soldiers by Hizbullah on July 12 with an intensive military strike was not based on a detailed military plan. Other options were not considered.

Five for fighting Daniel Levy Apr 30 07, 11:00pm: There are five lessons to be learned from today's report on Israel's war with Lebanon. In the interest of avoiding another conflict, we should take them to heart.

Bush set to veto bill on Iraq withdrawal President set to veto bill that would bring in a timetable to begin withdrawing US troops from Iraq in October.

136 Taliban dead, says US, as Afghan clashes intensify British troops sweep into Taliban stronghold launching Nato operation in southern Afghanistan.

Don't call it discrimination Nimer Sultany: Arab citizens of Israel have an inferior status and face a separate and unequal reality.

Dress code rebels Dilip Hiro: Despite the crackdown on 'bad hijab' in Iran, the authorities are being careful not to antagonise too many women.

Poles demand missile shield against Russia · European nations increase pressure on Americans · Czech Republic want legal guarantee over bases

How MI5 missed July 7 links
Mistakes allowed the London bombers to slip through the net.
MI5 stopped watching two bombers
Victims join calls for public inquiry
Briefing: Richard Norton-Taylor
Leader: A clear and present danger
Full text: MI5 answers its critics

Free - man said to be plot leader
'Q', the alleged bomb plot ringleader said to have links with al-Qaida, is living freely in Britain.
The plot: bugs and secret searches
Profiles: the five extremists
Supergrass told of terror training
Comment: Vikram Dodd

The rich world's policy on greenhouse gas now seems clear: millions will die George Monbiot: Our governments have set the wrong targets to tackle climate change using outdated science, and they know it.

A deer in the headlights James K Galbraith Apr 30 07, 09:30pm: First quarter US growth has slowed to a 1.3%. Again, one has to ask: does the Federal Reserve know what it's doing?

A clear and present danger
There is no doubt that scrutiny of intelligence work is lacking: parliament's intelligence and security committee is too tame, as its report on the July 7 bombings suggests.

Yeltsin ended the dictatorship and avoided civil war Response: Despite his mistakes, this true Russian democrat deserves a proper defence, says John Morrison.

Rich pickings Larry Elliott: The Sunday Times rich list shows that Britain has become a haven for the wealthy, but don't expect Tony Blair to trumpet that as part of his legacy.

Star spangled banners Jonathan Jones: It may be the worst decade in US history, but America's greatness is still reflected in its art.

H7 Foreign Policy The List: What Would You Do With One Trillion Dollars?

Iranian-Saudi Ties Defy the Caricature Narrative By: Afshin Molavi | The Daily Star As Arab presidents, emirs and kings lined up alongside the United Nations secretary general and the Pakistani, Malaysian and Turkish heads of state in last month's Arab League summit in Riyadh, one key player was missing at the highest level: Iran.

Recognize Shared Aims By: Trudy Rubin | Miami Herald
A crucial meeting Thursday and Friday in Egypt of leaders from Iraq and its neighbors will be attended by Condoleezza Rice and, maybe, by Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki. The reason it is so important: The American troop surge is only a tactic, which can't work unless it fits into a broader regional strategy.

The New International Institution Threatening U.S. Interests By: Suzanne Nossel | The New Republic
Among the lessons emerging from the Iraq war is a growing consensus among American policy thinkers that Washington needs to reinvigorate multilateral organizations, treaties, and relationships.

Robert Wright on The Neocon Paradox: You can empower people through democracy if you want. You can systematically antagonize them if you want. Doing both at once is ill advised.

H8 IraqSlogger Google News Iraq Iran Syria Mideastwire.com - NPR Iraq

U.S. death toll exceeds 100 for April

International Crisis Group Sudan Darfur: Revitalising the Peace Process

Fouad Ajami reviews The Occupation of Iraq: Winning the War, Losing the Peace.

Riding shotgun with our shadow Army in Iraq: They've given Nir Rosen a machine gun and 180 rounds of ammo, and told him not to pee for six hours.

US Papers Tuesday: Explosions Hit Green Zone

H9 Ha’aretz - ANALYSIS: Olmert and his gov't are unfit to run the next war The Winograd Committee's interim report indicates PM cannot lead the nation into the next war and win.

Rosner First reaction to the Lebanon war report: Olmert's survival kit

Eldar: To prevent Third Lebanon War, Olmert must go

Jerusalem Post A blueprint for governing Israel
[ GIORA EILAND

Our World: What commissions cannot do [ CAROLINE GLICK

Summary of the Winograd Committee interim report

US to 'work for peace' despite Winograd

Kadima in ferment following Winograd's damning critique Olmert vows to continue; party members refrain from 'on the record' comments; Labor and Likud unified in call for PM's resignation.

Analysis: Shattering illusions The Winograd report should be required reading for all future leaders.

The real earthquakes are yet to come The PM's future depends on his will power and on the government's cohesion, but above all on the public.

Halutz was 'impulsive,' misled cabinet C'tee: Other generals should have warned about training, readiness deficiencies.

In Washington: In praise of Tel Aviv
[ MJ ROSENBERG

Yedioth Ahronoth Rebellion brewing against PM
Some Kadima ministers say Olmert should resign in light of severity of Winograd report, but aides say commission hinted that prime minister should be given chance to learn from his mistakes, implement recommendations

Hizbullah 'Report proves Israeli defeat'

Olmert, you're fired

For the sake of this country, public must show leaders the way out, Ariana Melamed says

Daily Alert.org - EJC Israeli Press Review Google News Israel

Boston Globe Olmert's failure of foresight

Washington Times Arabian delusions

The Region: The mystery of Israelis
[ BARRY RUBIN,

BBC Under pressure
Israeli PM's fate hangs by a thread after critical war report

Vanunu convicted for media links An Israeli court convicts nuclear spy Mordechai Vanunu of violating a ban on speaking to foreign media.

Martin Kramer Israel's summer wars
Juan Cole vindicated! Sandbox.

Analysis: Israel mismanaged Lebanon war

H10 Christian Science Monitor

Israeli leaders face scathing report on war Last summer's war on Hizbullah is now reaping critiques, led by the Winograd Commission.

Britain's longest terror trial yields the country's biggest success yet But it also reveals that security services let two of the 7/7 bombers slip out of their net.

How did Al Qaeda emerge in North Africa?

In imams' airline case, a clash of rights, prejudice, security

A lawsuit brought by six imams who were removed from a flight raises issues about other passengers voicing complaints.

In heart of India, a little-known civil war

Villagers are caught between two unforgiving sides: a communist insurgency that's left much of the country ungoverned, and a tough-as-nails 'peace movement.'

ASIA Entente to Balance China By: Hisahiko Okazaki | The Japan Times The balance of power over China today is comparable to the relationship between Britain and Germany exactly 100 years ago, the period that led to World War I.

India-U.S. Nuclear Pact Remains Stalled By: Henry Chu and Bob Drogin | Los Angeles Times The high-profile nuclear cooperation deal that lies at the heart of warming ties between India and the U.S. has run into serious trouble over the fine print.

International Crisis Group After the North Korea Nuclear Breakthrough: Compliance or Confrontation?

BBC Creating jobs
India's automotive industry aims to hire 25 million people

WSJ: "China's Naked Capitalism"

H11 IHT

EUROPE European press review

BBC US and EU agree 'single market' The annual US-EU summit takes steps to dismantle barriers to transatlantic trade and investment.

Washington Times Merkel's promising initiative

Given the interconnectedness of the various security threats of the 21st century endangering the West and global stability, a coherent, credible strategy by the leadership of the Euro-Atlantic alliance emerges as a necessity.

Eastern Europe Becomes a Center for Outsourcing

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H12 RFE/RLEU Eyes Georgia For Caspian-Energy Transit

Georgia: Official Says Position Unchanged On Russian WTO Negotiations

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People prefer democracy to autocracy. But they also prefer autocracy to chaos. This was proved amply by Boris Yeltsin, who died last week.

The Gods that Failed By: James Carroll | The Boston Globe History was made in Moscow last week. For the first time since the funeral of Czar Alexander III in 1894, a Russian head of state was laid to rest according to the rites of the Orthodox Church.

Google News Azerbaijan

The East-West Security Showdown By: Simon Saradzhyan | ISN Security Watch Russia ups the ante in the tense security standoff with the US, ducking out of a pan-European security treaty and demanding a debate over US missile defense plans.

Russian civil society: an appeal to Europe | Tanya Lokshina

Der Spiegel Trying to Tame the Russian Bear: German Foreign Minister Warns against a New Cold War

EDM IN FAREWELL ADDRESS, PUTIN DISTRIBUTES OIL MONEY


- RUSSIA PRESSES FOR MORE CASPIAN COOPERATION WITH TURKMENISTAN


- AZERBAIJAN MOVES TO SHAPE IMAGE OF ISLAMIC WORLD

H13 The Times No judgment, no caution - no resignation A scathing report has concluded that Ehud Olmert led Israel into last year's war in Lebanon 'without a second thought'

Tell us the truth about 7/7 blunders

Throughout postwar history our big security failures have been followed by an independent inquiry David Davis

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I don’ t want to be English

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Wall Street Journal Mad TV
U.S. taxpayers subsidize terrorist propaganda and Holocaust denial in the Arab world.
By JOEL MOWBRAY

H14 Financial Times COMMENT: The global economy through rose-tinted glasses The fall in the number of people in extreme poverty since the early 1980s is due entirely to the fall in poverty in China, writes Robert Wade of the London School of Economics.

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Candidates add prime ministers to the election scales

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PM’s leadership lacked ‘judgment’

INTERNATIONAL NEWS: Unpopular premier likely to cling to power

Number of terror victims goes past 20,000

WORLD NEWS: Bush to mount counter-offensive over Iraq spending bill

WORLD NEWS: Japan's Middle East rhetoric masks energy policy failure

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INTERNATIONAL NEWS: Coalition casualties soar in April

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H15 Los Angeles Times What war? Niall Ferguson: At home, the economy soars and Americans let the good times roll. Meanwhile, Iraq burns.

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H16 American Politics

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Boston Globe Editorial Beyond the Bush veto

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CSM 2008 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

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Alleged D.C. Madam Speaks Out Palfrey says strategy of disclosing clients' numbers to elicit names for defense witnesses is paying off.

H17 Daily Telegraph MI5 trailed 7/7 bombers for a year MI5 faced new questions last night over its failure to prevent the London bombings as it emerged that two of the suicide attackers were in their sights more than a year before the atrocity.

Analysis: Olmert and Peretz will not survive

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Will the Tories reap the benefit of Blair's political legacy?

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H18 Independent Blair's bloody legacy: Iraq On the 10th anniversary of Tony Blair's election as Prime Minister, 69 per cent of Britons believe that his legacy will be the bloody war in Iraq

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The Sussex Bomber: The men behind the terror plot

Olmert fights to save career as inquiry cites 'serious failings'

Beckett seeks review of relations with Iran after sailors' capture

H19Military Intelligence Terrorism

BBC Pressure mounts for UK terror inquiry

Pressure is mounting for an inquiry into UK secret services following the end of the country's biggest terror trial.

Analysis: MI5 and the bomber

Men convicted over UK bomb plot

Q and A: UK terrorism trial

Missile defense moves ahead

Last Thursday, the U.S. Navy and the Ballistic Missile Defense Agency demonstrated the capability to simultaneously detect, track and destroy both a cruise missile target and a ballistic missile target.

Al Qaeda is the problem

Our real enemy in Iraq, the true source of all the murders, mayhem and instability, is not sectarian strife. And it's not the Sunnis or the Shi'ites, either. The real enemy we face in Iraq is al Qaeda.

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Interview: Al-Qaida in Africa

Lessons from Madrid and London

  • H20 Slate

A Loser's History:

George Tenet's sniveling, self-justifying new book is a disgrace.

Why Didn't Tenet Just Resign? - Arianna Huffington, Huffington Post

From Le Monde diplomatique, the French satirical paper Charlie-Hebdo has just been acquitted of publicly insulting Muslims by reprinting the notorious Danish cartoons featuring the Prophet. Is free speech really in danger worldwide?

Special 301 Report on Intellectual Property Rights, 2007

Political Economy at Any Speed: What Determines Traffic Citations?
Source: Social Science Research Network (SSRN)

How Good People Turn Evil: the psychology of social influence

H21 BBC wins backing to screen shows online

Viewers will soon be able to watch BBC programmes on the internet under the terms of the new iPlayer service.

How the BBC iPlayer works

Robert Wright on Why Darwinism Isn't Depressing: Evolution has led to something outside itself -- to the brink of a larger, more widely illuminating love, maybe even to a glimpse of moral truth.

An article on the science of cuteness: Humans are drawn to cute people and things. Can science explain why?

The phantom of democracy

Mick Fealty: The blogosphere doesn't 'do' decisions - even if politicians choose to draw on blogger-led insights, it is still their own judgment that counts in the end.

Buruma's Flawed View of 'Openness' - Roger Kimball, Armavirumque

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Oh yeah, I rested in the Northern Cyprus .
I lived in Green holiday Village
Kyrenina hotel. Then
elderly in Prince Inn Hotel in North
Cyprus
. Incidentally, I liked the choice of henry charles estates agents
(North Cyprus Properties).
A Beach Turtle Bay Cyprus Holidays Villages.
 
I rested there for Green holiday village, the best
Northern Cyprus holidays!
 
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