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U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
Palestinians and Obama: The End of a Honeymoon PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 25 November 2009 00:35

by Khaled Abu Toameh
Courtesy Hudson Institute New York

Now it’s official: the honeymoon between the Palestinians and the administration of President Barack Obama is over. It was a honeymoon that lasted for nearly one year.

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The Soft Power PDF Print E-mail

By Brian R. Parkinson, Ph.D.
Al Waref Exclusive
The recent events in Iran produced two distinct reactions in the United States.  On the one hand, some political pundits (generally on the political right) thought that President Obama should take a firmer stance condemning the aggressive actions of the Iranian government following what was clearly a very flawed and fraudulent election.

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The President Speaks Arabic: Obama’s Address in Egypt PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 06 June 2009 00:00
 

By Jenn Young
Exclusive for Al Waref
To hear the president of the United States speaking words of peace in Arabic and finding a warm reception from Egypt—from the world, tells me that the damage that has been done over the past decade is not irreversible and that the United States and the American public can reaffirm its dedication to tolerance, pluralism, and justice.

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The SOFA Agreement:Between (the Slogan) and the Interest of Iraqis PDF Print E-mail

by: Dr. Mohamad  El- Tai
Exclusive for Al Waref 

For decades, Hong Kong was under the British Crown; and, through all those years, China seeks to take it back to be, again, part of the Chinese Empire;

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An End of an Era: A Reversal of the Pre-Emption Policy Print E-mail


*by Mohammed Aljbaili, J.D.
Exclusive for Al Waref
 
U.S. President Barack Obama inherited some monumental problems, from the previous Administration, which require immediate attention.

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The American Awakenings Print E-mail

by Marah Bukai
Exclusive for Al Waref

“The war on terror” allowed for a qualitative deviation from internal and external policy throughout President Bush’s two terms of office, during which time, this slogan was used to permit him to stray from his international obligations.

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The Term "Man Caused Disasters" Sounds Weak, but the "War on Terror" Has Always Been Weaker PDF Print E-mail
 

by Yvonne R. Davis
Exclusive for Al Waref
 
 "The 'war on terror' has had a pernicious impact on American democracy, on America's psyche and on U.S. standing in the world." --Zbigniew Brzezinski

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"Flying While Arab" Continues to Soar PDF Print E-mail
 

by Yvonne R. Davis*
Exclusive for Al Waref

It was February 2002. I dashed from the East Room of the White House to catch an early evening flight from BWI airport to Oklahoma City to a do a press launch with then Congressman J.C. Watts, Jr. President Bush and the First Lady hosted a ceremony and reception and nearly all of 43's top cabinet members attended. Making a rare drop by was Vice President Dick Cheney.

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The Legacy of Bush: the End of an Error? PDF Print E-mail
 

by Malou Innocent
Exclusive for Al Waref
Translation Editor: Jennifer Young

Towards the end of his term, the outgoing President Bush defended the message of his mandate. “The decisions I made as your commander in chief have not always been popular,” Bush said at a ceremony at Fort Myer in Arlington, “but the reasons have always been fair and appropriate.”

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American Political Vitality PDF Print E-mail

By Marah Bukai
Exclusive for Al Waref

The U.S. institutions carry all the necessary chromosomes of eternal youth and attractive political vitality. It is still immune to the flaccidity and fatigue that hit aging nations. It will remain capable of running the democratic process inland and overseas into the third millennium of modern human history.

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