News and Analysis (3/26/07)

Former National Security Adviser to President Carter analyzes the devastating impact the concept of the “War on Terror” has had on America and the world:

Before leaving his post as US ambassador to Iraq, Zalmay Khalilzad admits to talking with some insurgents in order to the fight against Al-Qaeda, but the success of these discussions is limited at best in decimated Sunni areas of Baghdad:

In the wake of captured British naval personnel and the UN’s recent decision to widen sanctions, tensions crank up further between Iran and the EU and US:

With less than a week for the public to debate and become informed Egyptians vote on a referendum to decide on “reforms” to the national constitution:

Erosions of liberty continue to take place in Pakistan as police arrest anti-Musharraf protestors:

Los Angeles Times editorial argues that abuses of National Security Letters show Congress needs to ‘rein in’ parts of the Patriot Act:

Alejandro

Alejandro Beutel is program assistant for the Minaret of Freedom Institute with expertise in religious freedom, democratization and security issues.

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