News and Analysis (6/7-8/08)

A 46-page Seton Hall Law School report shows military investigators “missed many allegations of abuse at Guantanamo and omitted others from official reports”:

Once on his last legs, Musharraf is able to declare that he will keep his job, thanks to a divided parliamentary opposition:

Counterterrorism analyst Marc Sageman argues the real terrorist battles are in Europe, rather than Pakistan or Afghanistan, where local Muslims’ grievances from foreign policies and widespread discrimination mobilize them toward violence:

Israel’s most aggressive rhetoric against Iran to date shoot oil prices past $139 a barrel:

Somalia’s deadly clashes continue as 11 people are killed in a Mogadishu market while a local journalist working for both the BBC and AP is the victim of a “targeted assassination”:


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






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