News and Analysis (5/28/08)

Commerce is the key to peace, but Israel refuses to comment on its year-od continuing delay in the release of Palestinian telecomm frequencies:

McClellan writes that while Iraq was a “serious strategic blunder,” the “biggest mistake the Bush White House made … was ‘a decision to turn away from candor and honesty when those qualities were most needed’”:

The new Iranian parliament, more conservative, and headed by Iran’s former chief nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani, warns of resistance to politicization of the nuclear development issue:

With the declining presence of the common al-Qaeda enemy, Iraqi factionalism resurges:

Amnesty International report cites Guanatanamo, extraordinary renditions, and torture as well as “‘flashpoints’ in Darfur, Zimbabwe, Gaza, Iraq and Myanmar”:






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