News and Analysis (5/30/08)

Israel uses gunfire and teargas on protestors against the siege, while U.S. caves to Israeli interference on scholarship students:

U.S., Russia, Pakistan, India, China and Israel reject ban on weapon used by last when it dropped one million of the bomblets on Lebanon:

U.S. stands by the National Intelligence Estimate despite conservative critics’ allegations rooted in what might be rather than what is known:

Could talking to al-Qaeda be as productive as talking to the I.R.A.?

A bloody reminder that depicting Iraqi fractiousness as essentially sectarian is a dangerous mistake:

Back and forth between pro-U.S. coalition and Taliban continues:

George W. Bush Sends encouragement to Musharraf as he fends off rumors of his pending resignation:






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