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Change Must Come From Internal Process

by Wayne Smith

South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Aug-02-2006 | Article

The "Compact with the Cuban People," issued on July 10 by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez, as the two... Read More »

A New Hub for Terrorism?

by Selig S. Harrison

The Washington Post, Aug-02-2006 | Article

While the United States dithers, a growing Islamic fundamentalist movement linked to al-Qaeda and Pakistani intelligence agencies is steadily converting the strategically... Read More »

Mass Punishment Beyond Proportionality


South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Jul-28-2006 | Article

President Bush's crude dismissal of the deadly rerun of Israel's 1982 Lebanon invasion -- "What they need to do is get Syria to get Hezbollah to ... Read More »

`We Must Not Wield The Tools Of Tyrants'


South Florida Sun Sentinel, Jul-14-2006 | Article

he Supreme Court decision banning military commission trials of prisoners at Guantanamo as violations of U.S. military law and Geneva Conventions is a... Read More »

North Korea's Embarrassment

by Selig S. Harrison

Hankyoreh, Jul-07-2006 | Article

For North Korean generals, it must have been increasingly exasperating to be told, year after year for the past eight years, not to conduct militarily-important missile tests because they would conflict with foreign policy priorities. ... Read More »

The Real Solution for Colombia's Drug Problems

by Adam Isacson

The Washington Post, Jul-03-2006 | Letter

In "More Help for Colombia" [op-ed, June 26], Robert D. Novak employs a tired tactic: slapping the "soft on drugs" label on any who oppose the current U.S. policy toward Colombia. Critics, Mr. Novak implies, are betraying brave Colombian anti-drug police officers who risk their lives every day.... Read More »

Social And Military Tactics Boomeranged


South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Jun-29-2006 | Article

The Bush administration's belated rationale for the Iraqi war -- establishing democracy -- is deceptive and hypocritical. True democracy requires... Read More »

Bush's Knee-jerk Rejection Of Negotiations

by Wayne Smith

South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Jun-24-2006 | Article

The Bush administration has a well-established tendency to spurn negotiations in favor of confrontation, even in cases where the former hold out the promise of... Read More »

Public Still Owed Honesty About War


South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Jun-16-2006 | Article

By manipulating Americans' fear of WMD and their thirst for revenge over the 9-11 attacks, President Bush was able to rush the U.S. to war in Iraq. When... Read More »

In harmony, for the moment

by Adam Isacson

Jun-11-2006 | Article

It shouldn’t surprise us that the Bush administration and the Republican majority in the U.S. Congress were very pleased with Ãlvaro Uribe’s reelection.... Read More »

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