News and Analysis (8/28/09)

The founder of the rebel movement denies Agwai’s parting assessment:

Legislation proposed to protect journalists actually consolidates government regulation and could serve to severely restrict freedom of the press:

Ahmadinejad says, “those caught up in the unrest should be freed, but the leaders should face justice”:

Although a meeting between Netanyahu and Abbas may occur next month, peace negotiations are likely to stall once again:

While the US takes responsibility for only 19 casualties, the relatively short 8 week test period included over 250 civilian deaths…

… Admiral Mullen warns that US attempts to win over Muslim populations fall short because “we need to worry a lot less about how to communicate our actions and much more about what our actions communicate”:

Given the internal political disputes of Iran, experts agree the Nuclear program is unlikely to see a huge boost in priority or development:

Imran

Minaret of Freedom Institute Program Assistant

One Response to “News and Analysis (8/28/09)”

  1. Laraib says:

    Hey, you’re the goto exrtep. Thanks for hanging out here.

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