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18 March 2009
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H1 New York Times U.S. Weighs Taliban Strike Into Pakistan President Obama and his advisers are considering expanding the war in Pakistan beyond the tribal areas to strike at a different center of Taliban power.

Washington Post Trade Barriers Could Imperil Global Economy At least 17 of the 20 major nations that vowed to avoid protectionist steps violate that promise, with the countries enacting measures aimed at limiting the flow of imported goods, a World Bank report shows.

Russia's Medvedev Vows to Press On With Military Overhaul Despite Economic Woes The proposal envisions a leaner standing army that can respond more quickly to local conflicts, but some say it will leave Russia too weak to prevail in a war against a strong opponent such as NATO or China - Cutbacks Opposed by Officers, Others

Russia Signaling Interest in Deal on Iran, Analysts Say Still, Obama Effort Faces Obstacles

Khatami Pulls Out of Presidential Race Former Iranian Leader Backs Ahmadinejad's Main Rival

Caution and Confusion on Iran From Obama, a Mix of Caution and Confusion By Michael Gerson Why Clinton's caution on Iran is warranted.

Rothkopf Forecast for Israel, clouds followed by possible catastrophe... Iraq fatigue plus backlash against the perceived influence an "Israel Lobby" plus strong sensitivity to the rights of the Palestinian people among influential American liberals plus the ascendancy of Bibi Netanyahu and Avigdor Lieberman in Israel suggest a coming rough patch for U.S.-Israel relations and, by extension, for Israel in general.

Financial Times Reform the architecture of regulation The Future of Capitalism: Henry Paulson, former US Treasury secretary, argues that the current system of overlapping regulatory jurisdictions has allowed non-bank institutions to create risky mortgages, and permitted AIG to become a ‘huge and essentially unregulated hedge fund’

Why saving the world economy should be affordable Martin Wolf on a US-German debate

Eurozone recession to deepen, says IMFThe International Monetary Fund will tear up forecasts it made for the world economy at the start of this year and predict a deeper recession with a heavier slump in the eurozone

Daily Star The forked-tongue eunuchs and Israel By Rami G. Khouri If rhetoric is the first step toward action, then one of the rhetorical trends of our time indicating a giant step backward toward inaction is the American and European tendency to describe Israel's aggressive and illegal actions in the occupied Palestinian territories in increasingly soft and imprecise terms

Independent Why Lieberman is the worst thing that could happen to the Middle East Robert Fisk: I can identify his language with the language of Messrs Mladic and Karadzic and Milosevic.

Guardian Russia plans military upgrade to match Nato Russia intends to improve military and overhaul nuclear forces in effort to guarantee security

Guardian Discard the mythology of 'the Israel Lobby', the reality is bad enough Jonathan Freedland: They are not all-powerful, but Israel's advocates in the US do play hardball - often hurting the cause they are meant to serve

US National Debt Hits Record $11 Trillion

Israel's National Security Aide Barred From U.S. BY: Eli Lake | The Washington Times Uzi Arad, who is expected to serve as national security adviser in the next Israeli government, has been barred from entering the United States for nearly two years on the grounds that he is an intelligence risk.

Will Financial Crisis Bring Down Russia, China? - Joshua Kurlantzick, TAP

The Foreign Policy of Iran: Ideology and pragmatism in the Islamic Republic DIIS A 6-page Danish brief examining Iran's foreign policy

Is Fareed Zakaria Serious? - Peter Feaver, Foreign Policy

Yedioth Ahronoth Report: Israel Could Use Ballistic Missiles Against Iran

WINEP The Obama Administration Reaches Out to Syria: Implications for Israel

Jerusalem Post Freeman Imbroglio Splits Liberal US Jewish Orgs Activists ask: What will happen when Obama gets tough on settlements?

Azerbaijan: Referendum May Mark Demise of Civil Society
Azerbaijani citizens will hold a constitutional referendum on March 18 that may well seal the fate of the country’s democratization process. The key amendment up for public approval concerns the lifting of presidential term limits.

China inoculates itself against dollar collapse
Any publicly recognized effort by the Chinese government to reduce its heavy exposure to US dollars could bring about the very collapse in dollar value that it fears. Beijing is fully aware of the risks - and is acting accordingly. - W Joseph Stroupe

Wall Street Journal Mr. Wen's Debt Bomb China has a big stake in America's fiscal free-for-all.

Iran's Cheap Goods Stifle Iraq Economy Iranian imports have poured into war-torn Iraq, providing Iraqis with cheap products but also undermining local industries.

Los Angeles Times IAEA succession battle shapes nuclear agency's future Abdul Samad Minty and Yukiya Amano are the front-runners to take over the International Atomic Energy Agency when Mohamed ElBaradei's term ends. The two officials could not be more different

H2 Stratfor Turkey and Russia on the Rise

McClatchy Again, Armenian genocide resolution confronts a president

MERIA WHERE IS TURKEY GOING AND WHY?: A PANEL DISCUSSION HTML | PDF

OpenDemocracy Recep Tayyip Erdogan: the Mandela test, Hakan Altinay

'Israel could attack Iran with missiles' Jerusalem Post Of the possible routes for an air operation, Toukan presented a northern route hugging the Syrian-Turkish border as the least risky from an Israeli ...

FT Massacre move a blow to Turkey US lawmakers yesterday introduced a resolution commemorating the Ottoman-era massacre of Armenians as genocide

US lawmakers introduce another Armenian genocide resolution

Foreign Policy The four countries we should worry about most BY WILL INBODEN On the question of religion and politics, Martin Luther was famously quoted that he "would rather be governed by a competent Turk than an incompetent Christian." Many of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's supporters believe that he is just such a "competent Turk"

Turkish Involvement Could Stimulate Middle East Development
RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Kurds May Ask the PKK to Lay Down Its Arms

New steps seen to end Turkish war on Kurds The National

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Google News Fırat News Agency KurdishMedia Kurdish Kurdish Aspect Dış Basında Irak BBC Monitoring Inter-national

Kurds May Ask the PKK to Lay Down Its Arms

Brothers, Neighbors, Rivals Transitions Online Behind smiling faces and handshakes, Baku and Tehran continue a tense rivalry

StratforIraq: A Political Landscape Without Talabani? The president of Iraq has announced he will not seek re-election, setting the stage for Kurdish rivalries in the region that Iraq could have trouble handling. (With STRATFOR maps

Turkish-Iraqi leaders discuss cooperation and security issues

Cevdet Aşkın

Arab-Kurdish violence is spiking in the north, endangering the Obama withdrawal plan and, indeed, the whole of Iraq, not to mention Syria, Turkey and Iran.

How could AKP win the hearth of the Kurds?

Iraq beefs up pipeline security
Bolstered by a decrease in violence across the country, the Iraqi government is refocusing its security efforts on the battered oil industry. The frequency of bombings on the oil sector has slowed, but the threat remains - and it could come from any of five different groups, including al-Qaeda and Kurdish rebels. - Fadhil Ali

Turkish president renews support to Pakistan

Turkey's return to glory

PUK politburo member: the problems of PUK would not be resolved by ...

Google News Greece Cyprus Turkish Cypriot Press ABHaber Dış Basında Türkiye-AB İlişkileri Günlük Haftalık

Vote-winner?

Loyal Azeris back president's bid for longer rule

Top advisor in Washington ahead of Obama visit

Top aide of Turkish PM in Washington for talks on Obama visit

Armenian Genocide resolution introduced to US House of Representatives

Open letter to President Obama urges Armenian Genocide affirmation

Rescuing Nabucco The Moscow Time

Der Spiegel Rewriting History: Education Spat Comes at Sensitive Time in Cyprus Talks

Turkish nuclear tender assessment at final stage

Obama Wavers on Pledge to Declare Armenian Genocide

Hedo Okur Tuncay Nihat Altintop

Darwin in Turkey: 'Most Express Sympathy for the Censorship'

Turkish unemployment at record rates

Fifth World Water Forum Marked by Violence and Repression

European rights court rules Turkey abused women

Expert Says Days of 'Easy Water' Are Over

Turkish index suspends Dogan group, Petrol Ofisi shares

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H4 New York Times U.S. Weighs Taliban Strike Into Pakistan President Obama and his advisers are considering expanding the war in Pakistan beyond the tribal areas to strike at a different center of Taliban power.

THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN Obama’s Real Test The bank bailout plan makes sense and might even make profits for U.S. taxpayers. But in this climate of anger, it will take all of President Obama’s political capital to sell it to Congress and the public

MAUREEN DOWD No Boiled Carrots President Obama is still having trouble summoning a suitable flash of Irish temper at the gall of the corrupt money magicians who continue to make our greenbacks disappear into their bottomless well.

Outcry Builds in Washington for Recovery of A.I.G. Bonuses Lawmakers from both parties demanded that A.I.G. reverse $165 million in bonuses and promised legislation to reclaim the money, if necessary.

At Russia’s 2014 Olympic Site, Games Begin A political sideshow is gearing up as candidates are vying to become mayor of Sochi before the Winter Olympics.

U.N. Official Attacks Western Policies on Iran and Sudan

Adding Pressure to Sudan, Obama Will Tap Retired General as Special Envoy

Medvedev to Bolster Military in Russia

Olmert Rejects Hamas Demands for Soldier

World Briefing | Europe: France: Lawmakers Back Sarkozy

H5 Washington Post Trade Barriers Could Imperil Global Economy At least 17 of the 20 major nations that vowed to avoid protectionist steps violate that promise, with the countries enacting measures aimed at limiting the flow of imported goods, a World Bank report shows.

Russia's Medvedev Vows to Press On With Military Overhaul Despite Economic Woes The proposal envisions a leaner standing army that can respond more quickly to local conflicts, but some say it will leave Russia too weak to prevail in a war against a strong opponent such as NATO or China - Cutbacks Opposed by Officers, Others

Russia Signaling Interest in Deal on Iran, Analysts Say Still, Obama Effort Faces Obstacles

Khatami Pulls Out of Presidential Race

Former Iranian Leader Backs Ahmadinejad's Main Rival

Caution and Confusion on Iran From Obama, a Mix of Caution and Confusion By Michael Gerson Why Clinton's caution on Iran is warranted.

France, Germany Unite to Urge Fiscal Discipline

Editorial The Big Bash “Politicians of both parties pile on AIG

U.S. Urged to Do More to Fight Mexican Cartels

Suspected Al-Qaeda Agent Gets Hearing

Further Detention for Marri to Be Sought

Talks to Secure Israeli Soldier's Release Collapse

The Nationalization Option

By Harold Meyerson, Tim Geithner is undermining the administration's efforts to restart the economy.

Grin and Bear the Bonuses

By Ruth Marcus, Obama's stoking of anger at AIG may be a mistake both in the short-term and long-term.

Repairing AIG and Repaying the Public By Edward M. Liddy, The insurance giant's CEO addresses compensation bonuses and how the company will pay back government money.

White House Calls Bonuses a Late Surprise Congress Moves to Impose Hefty Tax on Executives Who Don't Return Money

President's Budget Strategy Under Fire Tactic May Break Obama's Bipartisan Pledge, GOP Says

H6 Guardian Discard the mythology of 'the Israel Lobby', the reality is bad enough Jonathan Freedland: They are not all-powerful, but Israel's advocates in the US do play hardball - often hurting the cause they are meant to serve

Russia plans military upgrade to match Nato Russia intends to improve military and overhaul nuclear forces in effort to guarantee security

A futile quest for power Mehdi Khalaji: The next Iranian president may have room to adjust economic or social policies. But, on big issues, his identity is not important

Ten ideas for Labour's next manifesto Can Labour win? Join the debate as Polly Toynbee, Jonathan Freedland, Seumas Milne, Libby Brooks, Martin Kettle, Jackie Ashley, Mark Lawson, Madeleine Bunting, George Monbiot and John Harris suggest what action the party should pledge to take

China says the West to blame for CO2

Tough stance on responsibility for emissions could be crucial obstacle to UN climate change meeting

Bringing Iran into the nuclear family Paolo Cotta-Ramusino: Gordon Brown's admission that Iran has a right to pursue a nuclear energy programme is a sign of improving relations

Newspapers aren't dying, democracy is Dan Kennedy: If journalists don't expand the community of people who are interested in civic life, then they face a hopeless battle

Economic recovery could save Brown - poll Guardian/ICM poll: Wavering Tory voters may switch if economy is recovering by May 2010

When Obama's cool isn't cool Michael Tomasky: Everyone is aghast at the AIG bonuses. It would be nice if the president could show a little anger too

An ambitious public housing programme Seumas Milne: No form of fiscal stimulus would have a more direct impact on people's lives and jobs than public housebuilding

The failed presidency of Barack Obama TA Frank: How the president's timid response to the economic crisis failed to capture America's populist outrage

H7 The Foreign Policy of Iran: Ideology and pragmatism in the Islamic Republic DIIS

A 6-page Danish brief examining Iran's foreign policy

BBC Iran shift Is the US changing its policy towards Tehran?

Is Fareed Zakaria Serious? - Peter Feaver, Foreign Policy

Syria's Water and Energy Needs

The four countries we should worry about most BY WILL INBODEN

Stephen Walt The Three Dumbest U.S. Policies

Six Years of War in Iraq - Karlyn Bowman, Forbes

John Bolton's nemesis joins the NSC BY LAURA ROZEN

What Drives Qatar? BY: Anthony Zeitouni | The Middle East Times

When U.S. Senator John Kerry, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, visited the Middle East, including stops in Damascus, Tel Aviv, and Cairo, he heard unusual complaints from both Israel and Egypt. They both complained about Qatar's reactions to the conflict in Gaza.

Democracy Promotion in the Aftermath of Iraq BY: Shadi Hamid | World Politics Review

What if Iraq had succeeded as planned? This is a counterfactual, so there is probably little use in answering it. But there is a different question worth asking, in part because one day we will likely be forced to answer it: What if Iraq succeeds?

Isolating Islamists Just Won't Work BY: Rami G. Khouri | The Daily Star The news earlier this week was a sign of the times, and of the days ahead: the British government said it was resuming contacts with the political wing of Hizbullah, and the Obama administration said it was interested in exploring contacts with "moderates" among the Taliban in Afghanistan.

Golan Heights, Shebaa Farms Could Unlock Peace Process for Israel, Syria and Lebanon

BY: Cesar Chelala | The Japan Times A compromise between Syria and Lebanon on the territory disputes involving the Golan Heights and Shebaa Farms would be an important initial step toward peace.

US fails to woo foes and influence friends - GulfNews

Neocons 1, Obama 0 by Stephen Zunes

Learning to love the bomb

The faulty case for US nuclear disarmament. (By Adam B. Lowther, Boston Globe)

Daily Star One obstacle to better relations between Lebanon and Syria has been removed

Iran and the bomb: the truth is, nobody knows Emile Hokayem: The debate over Iran’s nuclear activities is certain to heat up in coming months, so it is useful to shed some light on the technological aspect of its programme and separate speculation and disinformation from fact.

Bill Roggio / Weekly Standard:
Negotiations and Iran's Proxy War

Democracy and the Arabs: after the fall, Tarek Osman

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

Iran's Cheap Goods Stifle Iraq Economy Iranian imports have poured into war-torn Iraq, providing Iraqis with cheap products but also undermining local industries.

Brown issues Iran nuclear warning

Gordon Brown tells Iran it faces a "clear choice" over its nuclear plans, with the possibility of tougher sanctions.

Iraqi Ruling Party Dismisses Drone's Seriousness

Bushehr no threat to NPT (UPI) -- The Bushehr nuclear facility in Iran does not violate the provisions of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, Russian officials said.

Syria Says Relations with Iran Will Remain Strong

Iraq beefs up pipeline security
Bolstered by a decrease in violence across the country, the Iraqi government is refocusing its security efforts on the battered oil industry. The frequency of bombings on the oil sector has slowed, but the threat remains - and it could come from any of five different groups, including al-Qaeda and Kurdish rebels. - Fadhil Ali

Kuwait Parliament's Fate Is Unclear Kuwait's political system was in turmoil amid speculation that the country's emir would dissolve Parliament following the resignation of his cabinet.

Top UN official accuses US of demonizing Iran

H9 Ha’aretz Israel's new strategy: Pressure Hamas into freeing Shalit

'US bans incoming National Security Council chief'

Netanyahu still wants Livni, Barak to join government

Lebanese leader: If Syria signs peace deal with Israel, so will we

Benn A way out for Netanyahu

'Israel may drop bid to incorporate own know-how into F-35 fighter' 23:24

Why the silence when AIPAC is attacked?

Olmert on Schalit talks: Israel has red lines it won't cross

Government agrees to free only 325 of 450 terrorists on Hamas list; panel to consider toughening conditions of prisoners to pressure Hamas

Dahlan to Hamas: Never recognize Israel Former Fatah security commander says his organization never acknowledged the Jewish State

Where is the Arab outrage over Darfur?


The biggest challenge to the freedom of press in the Middle East is self-censorship

Yedioth Ahronoth Report: Israel Could Use Ballistic Missiles Against Iran

Daily Alert.orgHebrew Press Editorials (2008) - Middle East Progress - EJC Israeli Press Review – Google News Israel - Palestine

Daily Star The forked-tongue eunuchs and Israel By Rami G. Khouri

If rhetoric is the first step toward action, then one of the rhetorical trends of our time indicating a giant step backward toward inaction is the American and European tendency to describe Israel's aggressive and illegal actions in the occupied Palestinian territories in increasingly soft and imprecise terms

Fayyad's resignation: the unpopularity of competence
By Avi Issacharoff

If There Were No Israel - Edward Glick (The Oregonian)

Israel's National Security Aide Barred From U.S. BY: Eli Lake | The Washington Times

Uzi Arad, who is expected to serve as national security adviser in the next Israeli government, has been barred from entering the United States for nearly two years on the grounds that he is an intelligence risk.

Israel's Balance of Delusion - Caroline Glick, Jerusalem Post

Obama Rebuffs Israeli Hawk - Robert Dreyfuss, The Nation

Freeman's Fight by Philip Weiss

Israel May Drop Bid to Incorporate Own Know-How Into F-35 Fighter

Israel rejects Shalit swap terms

Senior Israeli envoys return from indirect talks with Hamas in Cairo without a deal on the release of Gilad Shalit.

Freeman and the Defamation of the Zionist Lobby : Abdul Rahman Al-Rashed

Is Israel Being Held To A Different Standard Or Is It Simply Antisemitism?

H10 Christian Science Monitor

Why Pakistan's president gave in

President Zardari lacked the full backing of the Army and US that his predecessor Musharraf enjoyed, Pakistani and US officials say.

Signs US economic slide is easing Several indicators offer hope that the recession might be finally nearing the bottom

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Moral outrage in the age of AIG

Bonuses for those who took risky bets and then a bailout? It's the symptom of a bad system.

Kindle e-reader: A Trojan horse for free thought

How to make US foreign aid work

Give recipients a say in where the money goes.

ASIA

"China's Foreign Aid Activities in Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia" (pdf), February 25, 2009.

Thomas Crampton: China Confidential: FT's Great New Newspaper Model

China inoculates itself against dollar collapse Any publicly recognized effort by the Chinese government to reduce its heavy exposure to US dollars could bring about the very collapse in dollar value that it fears. Beijing is fully aware of the risks - and is acting accordingly. - W Joseph Stroupe

Unlikely bedfellows in Afghanistan The Shanghai Cooperation Organization, of which Russia and China are key members and Iran is an observer, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization are both to hold conferences on the deteriorating situation in Afghanistan. These high-profile events set the stage for a breakthrough over SCO-NATO cooperation, beginning with the low-security issues of drug trafficking and arms smuggling. - Kaveh L Afrasiabi

Harsh reality and some tough love Whereas in 2001 American military commanders in Afghanistan were bursting with confidence about thwarting "the enemy", today's US commanders, many with years of hard-fought experience, are far more cautious in their approach to counter-insurgency. The inhibiting factors, they tell Philip Smucker, are everywhere

Chinks exposed in Obama's Taliban plan
Washington's new plan of wooing "reconcilable" insurgents away from their "hard-core" comrades in Afghanistan may make an indefinite continuation of the United States' military effort more palatable to key officials - including President Barack Obama - who know that the war cannot be won with force. Experts, meanwhile, are saying it just won't work. - Gareth Porter

China Acting Tough

BY: THERESE SHAHEEN | The Wall Street Journal

Two recent events involving China and the United States have led many to conclude that Beijing is flexing its military and economic muscles.

Getting It Right in Afghanistan

BY: Thomas A. Schweich | The Washington Post

While more troops are needed to train the Afghan national army (and more civilian trainers -- not troops -- are needed to train the civilian police forces), additional troops risk invigorating the insurgency by increasing the number of civilian casualties.

India Bouncing Back - Shashi Tharoor, Globe & Mail

India’s new face: Meet Narendra Modi, the pro-business anti-Muslim extremist who could be the next leader of the world's largest democracy

Poll fever masks India's gloom
India's economy may be under severe stress - worse than predicted - but with election fever taking hold such depressing news is buried deep under the political coverage - and unbridled state largesse is already being selectively bestowed on grateful social segments. - Santwana Bhattacharya

with the global economy in meltdown, China is in big trouble in the short term, but the longer-term threat is to America

U.S. Clears Military Deal With India The State Department has given the green light to a $2.13 billion deal between Boeing and India for eight maritime patrol aircraft.

National Solidarity: A Pathway to Success in Afghanistan – CNAS


U.S. Must Support Pakistan's Democracy - Center for American Progress

What we learned from the Pakistan crisis BY WILL INBODEN

Is China the big
crisis winner?
BY BLAKE HOUNSHELL

Can We Trust the Taliban? - Nikolas Gvosdev, National Interest


Pakistan's Lessons For India - Jug Suraiya, Times of India

Obama Urged to Widen Pakistan Drone Strikes

The Children of Asadabad

BY: Lt. KRISTEN L. ROUSE | The New York Times

We had arrived in Afghanistan only a few months before and it hadn’t occurred to us that schoolchildren would be among the Taliban’s targets.

Rethink the Afghanistan Surge

BY: Eric T. Olson | The Christian Science Monitor With great expectations on their shoulders, the first US troops of a 17,000-strong surge are headed to Afghanistan. But to do what?

World Bank Cuts Outlook for China The World Bank cut its forecast for China's growth this year to 6.5%, below Beijing's target of around 8%.

Tottering Pakistan

The civilian leader defused one crisis by reinstating a judge, but the US still needs to avoid being identified with any party in the troubled country's fractious politics. (Boston Globe)

The Legal War Behind the Impeccable Incident BY: James Kraska | World Politics Review

The ancient strategist Sun Tzu stated that the acme of military skill consists of defeating one's enemy without actually engaging him in battle. China's strategy for advancing its domination of the South China Sea resembles a modern-day attempt to put that advice into practice.

Pakistan's Long March to Democracy BY: Basim Usmani | The Guardian The reinstatement of Pakistan's judiciary signifies a return to democratic values, after the turmoil of the past few months.

Pakistani Air Force Goes Nuclear

H11 IHT Flailing, but not yet failing

By MOHSIN HAMID Pakistan is not condemned to, and hopefully will not suffer, a terminal decline.

THE CRISISBring back the state

By MIKHAIL GORBACHEV

Elected leaders must use the tools of government intervention; no other tools are available.

Medvedev announces plan to rearm RussiaPresident Dmitri A. Medvedev said Tuesday that Russia would begin a "large-scale rearming" in 2011 in response to what he described as threats to the country's security.

Sarkozy's government survives vote on France's full re-entry into N.A.T.O.

Czechs delay action on missile treaties The Czech government said Tuesday that it was temporarily pulling back treaties on the installation of a U.S. missile defense radar system because of a threat by the opposition to vote them down in Parliament

EUROPE European press review

The United States of Europe?

BY: Joseph Germani | Diplomatic Courier Just how united is today’s European Union? Scholars disagree about the level of integration the EU has achieved so far. But a close look at how Europeans view the Union reveals that there is a long way to go before the majority of its citizens would identify themselves as European rather than Italian, French, or German.

Sarkozy survives vote over Nato

The French parliament backs President Sarkozy's decision to take France fully back into Nato, rejecting a no-confidence motion.

Q&A: France and Nato

Eurozone recession to deepen, says IMFThe International Monetary Fund will tear up forecasts it made for the world economy at the start of this year and predict a deeper recession with a heavier slump in the eurozone

Young Germans favour Neo-Nazis over mainstream ‘Alarming’ study finds right-wing extremist organisations are proving more adept at recruiting German youths, with the highest membership gains in the former communist east

From Ovi, articles on Jurgen Habermas on the vision of a post-secular Europe

France Will Bring Clarity to NATO - Kenneth Weisbrode, US News

On 60th Anniversary, NATO Faces Its Biggest Test

BY: Teri Schultz | Global Post

As the North Atlantic Treaty Organization gears up to celebrate its 60th anniversary April 3-4, there are nasty whispers — behind its back, in front of its face and down its halls — about whether the sexagenarian is fit for what many consider its most strenuous task ever: the war in Afghanistan.

STUDY: German teens drawn to neo-Nazi groups...

FP Gordon's Last Stand

H12 RFE/RL

Azerbaijan: Referendum May Mark Demise of Civil Society
Azerbaijani citizens will hold a constitutional referendum on March 18 that may well seal the fate of the country
s democratization process. The key amendment up for public approval concerns the lifting of presidential term limits.

Azerbaijan Opening Supply Route to Afghanistan

Crack troops Russia striving to forge modern army

Iran: Is Tehran Using Russia as Insurance Against Tougher Sanctions? Russia has entered into an energy swap arrangement with Iran that can strengthen Moscows position in the Caspian Basin. Meanwhile, Tehran stands to reap geopolitical benefits, as the deal could make it more difficult for the international community to tighten economic sanctions connected to the dispute over Irans nuclear program.

Google News Azerbaijan

KREMLIN TO PITCH NEW GLOBAL CURRENCY

Azeris vote on presidential term

Voters in Azerbaijan heads to the polls in a referendum on lifting the two-term limit for the country's president.

Vote-winner? Loyal Azeris back president's bid for longer rule

Russia's military upgrade to match Nato

Medvedev reveals plan to improve military and overhaul nuclear forces in bid to guarantee security

Kremlin Signals a Harder Line Russian President Medvedev pledged to press ahead with an ambitious rearmament program in response to what he described as NATO's military expansion close to Russia's borders.

Russia: The Logic Behind the Base Rhetoric

There is very little chance of real follow-through on rhetoric indicating Russia may establish air bases in Venezuela or Cuba

Russia Plans 'Large-Scale Rearming'

Russia Signaling Interest in Deal on Iran, Analysts Say

H13 The Times Fury as Shell turns its back on renewable energy The group announced it will drop all new investment in wind, solar and hydrogen energy to focus on gas, oil and biofuel

The market is destructive. Good Brown and Obama declare they love free trade. So why don't they follow the logic of their thinking? Jamie Whyte

Putin's gamesSochi's new mayor may hold the office, but the Prime Minister will hold the power

Police fear hotel attacks for G20 leaders Police have received intelligence reports that hotels and other buildings could become the target of 'guerrilla-style raids'

How do we achieve more power with fewer weapons? Washington and Moscow may not heed Gordon Brown's advice - and that is the biggest weakness in his argument

Wall Street Journal Mr. Wen's Debt Bomb China has a big stake in America's fiscal free-for-all.

French Press Sarkozy
To Tax the Rich
French labor unions are planning a nationwide strike on Thursday to ca

Iran's Cheap Goods Stifle Iraq Economy Iranian imports have poured into war-torn Iraq, providing Iraqis with cheap products but also undermining local industries.

Frank: Financial Journalists Fail Upward

H14 Financial Times Reform the architecture of regulation The Future of Capitalism: Henry Paulson, former US Treasury secretary, argues that the current system of overlapping regulatory jurisdictions has allowed non-bank institutions to create risky mortgages, and permitted AIG to become a ‘huge and essentially unregulated hedge fund’

Why saving the world economy should be affordable Martin Wolf on a US-German debate

Eurozone recession to deepen, says IMFThe International Monetary Fund will tear up forecasts it made for the world economy at the start of this year and predict a deeper recession with a heavier slump in the eurozone

Russia to rearm over Nato expansion Russia said it would rearm the military and boost its nuclear forces in response to the expansion of Nato to its western frontiers and the increased threat of international terrorism

Young Germans favour Neo-Nazis over mainstream ‘Alarming’ study finds right-wing extremist organisations are proving more adept at recruiting German youths, with the highest membership gains in the former communist east

Bring finance out of the shadows It is not surprising to see calls for the Glass-Steagall Act to be resuscitated. While better financial regulation is necessary, however, the dichotomy at the core of Glass-Steagall is better left at rest

University challenge Universities UK, a sector umbrella body, has released a report this week arguing that students should pay a great deal more for higher education. It is right

Glimmer of hope for German economy Signs of an end to Germany’s recession have emerged, according to a closely-watched survey of investors’ expectation

Israel ties Gaza blockade to soldier release Ehud Olmert has made freedom for Gilad Shalit a condition for a wider truce with Hamas and the opening of the coastal enclave’s border crossings to reconstruction aid

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H19 Military Intelligence Terrorism

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They end up in a library.

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