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H1 The November/December 2008 issue of Foreign Affairs
By Michael O'Hanlon
H2 International Crisis Group Turkey and Iraqi Kurds: Conflict or Cooperation?
Turkish Newspaper Makes Waves Taking on Establishment Voice of America
Morgan Stanley Downgrading Growth Forecasts Once Again
Serdar Akinan Tanıştırayım....
Adem Yavuz Arslan 1 Ocak 2009 saat 19 TRT9
Zeynel Lüle Terörle mücadelenin Avrupa ayağı
Mehmet Yılmaz Susan Elizabeth Rice
Taha Akyol Lozan’ı savunuyorum
Fikret Bila Haşim Kılıç: İlk üç maddeyle sorunum yok
Hasan Cemal Sonunda Alevileri de sokağa döktünüz!
Murat Yetkin Erdoğan’a kalenin içinden tepki büyürken
İsmet Berkan Ümük sıkan kalmadı...
Sabahattin Önkibar Asker yapınca öcü, Tayyip yapınca cici, öyle mi?
Hüseyin Gülerce AK Parti ve yerel seçimler: İyi düşünün...
Aydın Ayaydın AKP’de görev değişimi bitti sıra kabine revizyonunda
Burak Bekdil Nation-building, Franks and submarines
Güneri Civaoğlu Başbakanlık muhabiri
Rıza Türmen Başbakan’ın pompalı çıkışı kaosu tetikleyebilir
Yalçın Doğan Parçalanmayı yaşayan biri anlattı
Yalçın Bayer Aleviler bir haksızlığı daha vurgulamalıydılar
İhsan Dağı AK Partili mi İttihatçı mı?
Bülent Keneş Accreditation shame and unprincipled acts
Yavuz Baydar Accreditations, polarity, censorship and hypocrisy
Ferai Tınç Akreditasyon çalışma izni değildir
Gülay Göktürk İçimizdeki "muasır medeniyet"
Güngör Mengi Hâkim gibi davransın
Serdar Turgut Çete kültürü
Oray Eğin Başbakan haberlerini basmayalım
Nagehan Alçı AKP vatandaşı
Bülent Korucu Akreditasyonun iki yüzü
Mustafa Ünal Hep iddia edip cevap vermezseniz...
Mümtazer Türköne Bir başka Cumhuriyet
Derya Sazak Kavgacı olma!
Ece Temelkuran Hilkat garibesi
Tufan Türenç Erdoğan, dikensiz gül bahçesi istiyor
Etyen Mahçupyan The responsibility of the seculars
Deniz Gökçe Dört şok üst üste!
Erinç Yeldan Obama Sonrası Küresel Kriz, Yeniden...
Hurşit Güneş Krizin ortasında değil başındayız
Haluk Bürümcekçi Dış finansman ihtiyacına bir de biz bakalım dedik
Güngör Uras ‘Du bakalım n’olacak?’ diye harcama kısılıyor
Güven Sak G-8 artı 5 değil G-20 olması başarıdır
DAVID BROOKS Bailout to Nowhere The biggest threat to a healthy economy is the politically powerful capitalists who use their influence to create a stagnant corporate welfare state.
A World of Advice for Obama on Foreign Policy By HELENE COOPER Within minutes of President-elect Barack Obama’s victory, the calls from foreign governments began and they haven’t stopped since, his aides say.
Militants Turn to Small Bombs in Iraq Attacks The portable and furtive bomb, known as “sticky bomb,” is fast becoming the device of choice for insurgent groups
Editorial In It Together Unless the world’s leaders work together, protectionist pressures will mount, deepening everyone’s problems.
Factories Shut, China Workers Are Suffering An export slowdown that has been magnified by the global financial crisis is contributing to the shutdown of factories in China’s coastal regions
Chances Dwindle on Bailout Plan for Automakers Democratic leaders calling for an aid package to help auto companies conceded that they would face potentially insurmountable opposition in Congress
For Obama and Family, a Personal Transition Life for the Obamas has changed forever under the constraints and security of the president-elect’s bubble.
Let’s Have Another Cup of Coffee By MICHAEL KINSLEY
American consumers, who have been steadily losing interest in buying things, would ideally now go on one last spending spree — and then start saving like mad.
Shiite Leader Breaks With Government, Says Pact Is Essential
This Summit's Promise By James D. Wolfensohn, The G-20 gathering can mark the end of gridlock on a host of global challenges.
Where the Mines Are By Michael Gerson Every new president makes mistakes. But some are avoidable.
Global Deals in Works On Eve of G-20 Summit Body to Monitor World Banking Among Proposals
A Lemon of a BailoutBy Charles Krauthammer, Democrats are pushing hard for a rescue of the auto industry, but the dangers are clear.
Editorial No Free Lunch Congress must demand radical reform in return for any bailout of GM.
Free the GOP The Party Won't Win Back the Middle as Long As It's Hostage to Social Fundamentalists
By Christine Todd Whitman and Robert M. Bostock, Page A19
The party won't win back the middle as long as it's hostage to social fundamentalists.
By Eugene Robinson, Obama's win may have been good for the country, but it's been awful for comedy.
By E. J. Dionne Jr. Obama should remember his call to 'turn the page' on divisive politics.
Main Street's Engine By Ron Gettelfinger, The costs of failure of the domestic auto industry are unacceptable.
Economic Advisers Represent Wide Range Some Supporters Worry Differences Might Divide Group
Klain, a Veteran Democratic Staffer, Had Same Role for Gore
Foreign reserves, prudent economic policies will help during crisis, but leaders forsee a rough ride.
Will We Ever Learn the Truth? By Dan Froomkin
H6 Guardian ·· EU unveils plan to weaken Russian grip on gas supply Europe steps up attempts to reduce its exposure to potential blackmail as Gazprom dominates imports
Jason Burke: The new administration must downgrade its grand Afghan scheme and aim for something more modest we might still achieve
Suzanne DiMaggio: The president-elect should copy Nixon's China approach: talk small stuff to build trust before discussing nuclear arms
Business as usual Editorial: Relations with Russia have plummeted faster than shares in HBOS, but no one has any idea what to do about it
· Ditch the smooth transition. The people voted for change Naomi Klein: Instead of accepting the corrupted bail-out, Obama's team must start doing the hard stuff now
· US rejects Kremlin's call to scrap missile shield Russian plans to station short-range missiles hardly the welcome Obama deserves, says defence minister
William Hague: By agreeing to trade talks with Russia before it observes the terms of the Georgia peace deal, Europe is enfeebling itself
Simon Tisdall: Russia's traditional gambit of trying to undermine the US-EU alliance has been weakened by the global financial crisis
Hamid Karzai: While the 'war on terror' is being fought in Afghan villages, underlying causes are left unaddressed
Banking's Marshall Plan Will Hutton: The way we are punishing irresponsible financiers is hurting us more than it is them. Time to cool down
CIA warns of increase in 'western' terrorists Growing numbers of westerners travelling to tribal areas of Pakistan to receive terrorist training, intelligence chief warns
Who will call the shots at G20? Nancy Birdsall: The financial crisis has levelled the playing field – the World Bank and IMF have lost their clout, and emerging economies could help
Officialdom cannot hammer straight the crooked timber of mankind Simon Jenkins: Social workers under the cosh of compliance culture have less time than ever to understand problem families
Seven-page job questionnaire goes to extraordinary lengths to protect incoming administration from scandal
Palin steals show as Republicans gather Alaskan governor confirms polarising power with confused press conference designed to boost 2012 bid
Just wars are possible Ishtiaq Hussain: Conflict may well be justified, but it must embody jihad in the true sense of the term
Obama's representative to the world Ian Williams: Who should the president-elect choose to be his secretary of state? Someone whose ethics equal his abilities
H7 Obama's 2nd Thoughts on Talking to Iran - Amir Taheri, New York Post
Engaging Iran's Supreme Leader - Mehdi Khalaji, Washington Institute
The Economist Nuclear disarmament What to do with a vision of zero The tantalising ideal of a world entirely free of nukes is hoving back into view. It’s a goal that disciplines minds, even if you never quite attain it
Abandoning Iraq? - Washington Times opinion
The Danger of Keeping Robert Gates by Robert Parry
From Carnegie Council, a panel on The Shape of the World to Come: Charting the Geopolitics of a New Century by Laurent Cohen-Tanugi
and a panel on Ark of the Liberties: America and the World by Ted Widmer
a look at why the centre won’t hold any more
a review of Fareed Zakaria's The Post-American World.
Global Threats Need Coordinated Responses By: Rami G. Khouri | The Daily Star
How to Put the Squeeze on Iran By: Orde F. Kittrie | The Wall Street Journal
If Dubai Sneezes, Who Gets a Cold? By: Rosa Brooks | Los Angeles Times So far, the ultra-rich are bearing up well. If the scene at Dubai's luxury Burj al Arab hotel is anything to go by, there's still robust demand for hotel rooms that start at about $1,500 a night and bikinis that cost $800
Egypt Grapples With Unrest in Sinai The Media Line The killing of a suspected Bedouin drug dealer by Egyptian police on Monday sparked protests by tribesmen in the northern Sinai Peninsula on Tuesday. Several Bedouin and policemen were wounded in the ensuing clashes
· The Return of Soft Power? - Paul Kennedy, Int'l Herald Tribune
· Brazil's Quest to Be Global Player - Tyler Bridges, Seattle Times
With Iran, Obama Needs More Carrot, Less Stick by Scott Ritter
Daily Star Assad and Obama: a new beginning
Why I went to meet the pope for Muslim-Christian dialogue
Facing Obama, Iran Suddenly Hedges on Talks By: Thomas Erdbrink | The Washington Post
Missile Test Underscores Threat to Middle East, Europe - Voice of America
Syria to be Offered Sweeteners to Come to Heel - The Times
Haniyeh recognized Israel in 2006 letter to President Bush Haaretz has obtained the written message from Hamas leader sent to Bush via an American professor
Barak approved settlement expansion despite Road Map Haaretz learns that since April, Barak has authorized numerous construction projects in the West Bank
Seeing beyond the skepticismA list of four of the more urgent issues in which Israel has a keen interest, and which are likely to force themselves onto the Obama team transition agenda and its early days in office
Rahm Emanuel apologizes for father's disparaging remarks about Arabs Obama chief of staff's father: Rahm Emanuel 'won't clean White House floors. What is he, an Arab?'
How white were the Israelites? Facial reconstruction may be surprising Israeli anthropologist claims the subjects of the Kingdom of Judea looked more like black Africans
Welcoming a new Jewish voice A new Jewish lobby has been formed, J Street, which proposes a left-wing liberal alternative to AIPAC. This is important news to both peace supporters in Israel and the U.S. Jewish community
Marcus Seeing beyond the skepticism Personally, I am not joining the Olmert bashers, because the things he is saying are important and need to be said. His words, which are being recorded by our Arab neighbors, and which are seeping into the consciousness of the new U.S. administration, are perceived as Israel's policy and aspiration
Security official tells Post Teheran wants to "get rid of Israel;" says thwarting it will be a challenge, but so was hitting Osirak.
New report says attack would almost certainly fail, while sanctions have very little chance of success
The Economist Jerusalem’s politics Money, faith and votes
The Palestinians The return of blood and anger
New Way for Peace in Palestine - Mohammad Yaghi, Carnegie Endowment
The UN has no more food to distribute in the Gaza Strip, the head of relief efforts in the area warns.
The G-20 summit this weekend will grapple with a global crisis.
The G-20 nations, representing most of the world's economy and population, are convening with the knowledge that they will sink or swim together.
The president-elect aims to use the Internet to make government more participatory.
As its peers in the region see their oil production slipping Brazil's state-controlled oil company Petrobras is entering a new era as the region's silent giant.
The Big Three are in such bad shape that they may not even qualify for the loans Congress approved in September.
He did not run from race, but he did not run on it. That's a balance right that's for the times.
Obama's impact on 'Generation We' He fired up young voters. Let's keep that momentum.
The Economist China's fiscal stimulus Dr Keynes's Chinese patient
China's economy Reflating the dragon Can the world’s fastest-growing economy avoid a sharp downturn?
The world turned upside down: An article on understanding the Beijing Consensus
Unadulterated Version of China's Growth By: David Pilling | Financial Times Chinese statistics and Chinese milk packaging have something in common. Do not believe what you read on the label.
Why China Wants to Win By: John Lee | International Herald Tribune The Asian space race ties in with China's vision of its past, its present and its future
China Can Help By: Qiao Yu | The Wall Street Journal As Western countries progress in their efforts to shore up their financial systems, a big question is increasingly being discussed: What can, and will, China do to help?
Pentagon: Afghan Army Growing at Record Pace - Meredith Buel, Voice of America
Experts Say Afghanistan Needs Regional Solution - Voice of America
Obama and India - A New Relationship - Mira Kamdar, Daily Times
'Extra UK troops' for Afghanistan
Pakistan Boosts Cooperation With U.S. U.S. and Afghan forces are working with Pakistan to take on Taliban and al Qaeda fighters, reflecting Islamabad's new willingness to go after militants
War Is Boring: New Chinese Naval Ships a Window into Evolving Strategy By: David Axe | World Politics Review
Advice on Asia for Obama By: Ralph Cossa | The Japan Times
In Afghanistan, Little Has Changed in 200 Years - Ben MacIntyre, Times
By PAUL KENNEDY The next president should use his international appeal before it dissipates.
Engaging Russia, EU still criticizes missile threatRussia's threat to station missiles along its border with Europe drew strong criticism from senior U.S. and European officials.
Gates criticizes Russian president's post-election speech Defense Secretary Robert Gates called remarks by President Dmitri Medvedev of Russia "unnecessary and misguided."
EUROPE European press review
The Economist France's president Is Sarkozy a closet socialist?
Germany's economy A little stimulus
Charlemagne No room in the ark The euro may not be quite as safe a haven as enthusiasts are claiming
Globalization is Good for Europe - Peter Mandelson, Der Spiegel
Riviera relations EU and Russia rebuilding ties at Nice summit
Greenland Braces for Independence and Wealth By: Manfred Wertl | Der Spiegel With its rich deposits of oil, diamonds and zinc, Greenland is joining the race for new natural resources. Many Greenlanders hope the island's untapped wealth will pave the way to independence.
Serbia's Surprising Turn Westward - David Young, World Politics Review
· The Rise and Fall of the Berlin Wall - Frederick Taylor, U.S. News
Central Asia May Be Key to Gas Cost Deal By: Ethan Wilenksy-Lanford | The Moscow Times
Putin's Portion of Humble Pie - Simon Tisdall, The Guardian
Riviera relations EU and Russia rebuilding ties at Nice summit
Google News Azerbaijan
Putting an End to Offshore By: Konstantin Sonin | The Moscow Times Russia is a country with large geopolitical ambitions, yet the country will probably not play a major role at the Group of 20 summit to be held in Washington on Saturday
The Return of Missile Diplomacy By: Sergei Blagov | ISN Security Watch Missile diplomacy is now back in full swing as Russia pledges to deploy new missiles in its westernmost region.
Gates Urges Russian Calm Over Expansion of NATO By: Thom Shanker and Clifford J. Levy | The New York Times Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates arrived in this former Soviet republic on Wednesday with a firm message that Russia should not fear efforts by countries in the region to seek deeper integration with the West, and must not impede their decisions to do so.
The Russians are coming
Russia: The End of the Enigma - The Times editorial
Kazakhstan: Is Astana Losing Leverage with Foreign Energy Conglomerates? The energy sector, Kazakhstan�s erstwhile reliable engine for growth, has stalled out. The trouble is related mostly to the global economic crisis, which has helped to spur a rapid decline in energy prices in recent weeks. But a backlash factor also may be at work, in which international energy companies start to push back against the hardball tactics that Kazakhstani leaders have been employing in recent months
A Chill on Sochi's Olympic Dreams Putin's Olympic dream has run into tough sledding. As the Russian town Sochi prepares to host the 2014 Winter Games, the credit crisis is casting a chill on some of the event's big private investors.
Belarus May Deploy Russia Missiles President Alexander Lukashenko is in talks with Moscow about placing in Belarus advanced Iskander missiles that could hit targets deep inside Europe.
Conversation between Russian Prime Minister and Nicholas Sarkozy during war emerges ahead of summit with Russi
From the financial crisis to Camp David sleepovers, Obama's early decisions will break some hearts
The economic crisis requires better policy at home, not new global institutions
Bush: crisis does not mean free market has failed US President issues a warning to France and Germany as they push for drastic restructuring of financial regulation
Clinton considered for Secretary of State The former First Lady has flown to Chicago amid speculation that Barack Obama is considering making her top US diploma
By Michael O'Hanlon
By Taro Aso Use Japan's experience as a guide to near-term problems -- then think bigger.
By John Fund He may be the jolt of energy his party needs.
The Worst Is Not Behind Us - Nouriel Roubini, Forbes
From The New Yorker, information isn’t necessarily making investors, or the market, any smarter — in fact, what’s driving the market crazy of late may be that it knows too much; and before the financial system went bust, it went postmodern.
US President Bush admits the financial system needs reform but insists the credit crisis was not a failure of the free-market.
More pain to come: The financial crisis bolstered Obama's win — and could hasten his downfall.
Failure of auto industry could set off catastrophe — Advocates: Collapse of US auto industry could set off catastrophic chain reaction
David Warsh reviews Robert Samuelson’s The Great Inflation and Its Aftermath: The Past and Future of American Affluence.
A CHANGE OF BALANCE, Part 1 The party's over
The choice for Obama lies on the road to Jerusalem The Middle East poses an existential choice for the president-elect. Does he want to patch things up? Or does he want to redraw the strategic map of the region and thereby set a new direction for America’s role in the world, asks Philip Stephens
EU plan to loosen Russia’s grip on energy Brussels has proposed a new company to bring gas from central Asia to Europe via the Caspian Sea in a move likely to raise tensions at a meeting of EU and Russian leaders
Hillary Clinton a contender for secretary of state Hillary Clinton has emerged as a surprise contender to become secretary of state in Barack Obama’s administration, months after the pair fought a bitter battle for the Democratic presidential nomination
US jobless claims hit seven-year high
Economists’ Forum Co-ordinated macroeconomic expansion in Asia: The recession in the US and parts of Europe is likely to be severe. Asian economies should take co-ordinated action to protect their economic growth
The G20 must put in place the basics of a rescue plan. The details can wait. What matters is that governments convince the world they are acting
Time for Plan D The US Treasury secretary must explain what the troubled asset relief programme is for – or someone else will do it for him
Medvedev says he will meet Obama ‘soon’ Barack Obama’s election as US president creates a “very good” chance to build “good co-operative relations” between Washington and Moscow, Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian president, said
EU plan to loosen Russia’s grip on energy New pipeline to Caspian region proposed
Remember the bottom billion in our brave new world Bob Geldof calls for a revival of the Tobin tax
Martin Wolf warns of the perils ahead
A vision of a more resilient global economy Mario Draghi calls for updated regulation
Focus on microeconomics, says Heizo Takenaka
Hedge fund chiefs blame the system for financial crisis Soros, Paulson and Falcone testify
Fast decline throws Germany into recession Eurozone forecast to follow with no turnround seen until late 2009
Energy watchdog highlights deepening impact of downturn
Libya’s leader was in a rare televised debate with disapproving senior government officials on his plan to distribute the proceeds of oil wealth to the people and abolish ministries
The slick move to the east from the west A collapse in fuel demand is changing the focus of the oil industry as refineries suffer from collapse in business
Viewpoint: Saudis deserve reciprocity The kingdom should extract something in return for any additional funding it provides to the International Monetary Fund, says John Sfakianakis
Palin tells ‘minority’ party to stay positive Sarah Palin warned Republicans against becoming the ‘negative’ party of US politics after their landslide defeat in last week’s election, but played down her own ambitions of leading the party’s recovery
Chris Dodd, chairman of the Senate banking committee, says there did not appear to be sufficient Republican support for a measure that would provide General Motors, Chrysler and Ford with an extra $25bn in emergency funding
Obama urged to back free trade policies A senior official in the outgoing administration said Barack Obama was confronting the strongest “protectionist pressures” in 75 years and urged him to clarify his commitment to free trade
French president ‘soothed’ Putin’s rage Jean-David Levitte, Nicolas Sarkozy’s chief foreign policy adviser, claims that the French leader averted a Russian military dash to occupy Tbilisi, the Georgian capital
H15 Los Angeles Times In Russia's Putin-Medvedev shuffle, Putin is the lead dancer Although Vladimir Putin has left the presidency and become prime minister, there's no longer any question that he's more powerful than his handpicked successor, Dmitry Medvedev
An attack on a military convoy killed at least eight bystanders and injured more than 60. Western military officials say Taliban-led militants have deliberately caused hundreds of civilian deaths this
Strict terms almost certain for auto bailout Should GM, Ford and Chrysler simply get infusions of tax dollars? Or should they be forced to accept big changes?
GOP governors go back to the drawing board At a meeting in Miami, the governors debate how the party can reclaim the momentum from Democrats
A fuel shortage shuts down the electricity plant. Relief supplies also are blocked from entering the Gaza Strip, leaving a U.N. agency without food for the Palestinian territory's many needy families
The information fortress known as North Korea Some intelligence is smuggled out by groups and individuals these days, but the main thing outsiders know about the reclusive regime is that they know nothing
An intellectual makeover for Iranian women In an impoverished Tehran district, a hairdresser-turned-activist helps girls and women help themselves through books, health workshops and civic action
H16 American Politics
The Economist The presidency
Change.gov The transition to a new administration is already well under way
Lexington Ship of fools Political parties die from the head down
Bill Bradley / Vanity Fair:
What's the Matter with Greenwich? Why the rich voted for Obama against their own economic interest.
America Doesn't Need 'Rebranding' - Froma Harrop, RealClearPolitics
Emerging Center-Left Majority - Borosage & Greenberg, American Prospect
The Obama Transition: What Change Looks Like - Karen Tumulty, Time
Gingrich Says GOP Outmatched - Roger Simon, Politico
What a New Energy Economy Might Look Like (Commentary / In the Arena)
Is GM Worth Saving? (Autos)
Recent events have left relations between the EU and Russia in a state of uncertainty, writes Lord Paddy Ashdow
Ministers must resist 'cheap options' on defence "If you are committing young people to battle they have to be given the best" says head of British Army in Telegraph interview
The threat of being indicted for war crimes has worked wonders on Sudan's leader, writes David Blair.
The insurgents know what Thomas Harding suggests some leaders do not - that victory in Afghanistan will not be won on the fields of Helmand but in the living rooms of Britai
Afghanistan suicide attack kills 21 and injures scores Two Marines killed in separate Helmand explosion
Hands up if you made billions of dollars out of the credit crisis Hedge fund 'masters of the universe' face Congressional grilling over their role in the global credit crunch
H19 Military Intelligence Terrorism
Bin Laden 'cut off from al-Qaeda'
The Uncertain Art of Cyberwar By: Alastair Gee | Foreign Policy
Mark Benjamin / Salon:
Obama and Missile Defense - John Bolton, Wall Street Journal
National Security Agency Releases History of Cold War Intelligence Activities
H21 Malcolm Gladwell, Wise Guy (Profile)
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