Arab Spring News: September 24, 2012
Arab Spring: The Summer of Muslim Discontent: It’s Not “The Amateur Film” Stupid
Much of the latest Western mayhem and violence has been compressed in the period dubbed the “Arab Spring” between 2011 – 2012. Moreover, the worst is to come. The Western overseers have gained strategic positions of power in some countries(Egypt),…
Will Arab Spring be Obama’s fall?
John O. Brennan, chief counterterrorism adviser to Obama, said the president saw early on what others did not: that the Arab Spring movement had legs. “A lot of people were in a state of denial that this had an inevitability to it,” Brennan said. “And …
Sky News Australia
President Barack Obama has delivered an unapologetic defence of American values and his under-fire Arab Spring policy, speaking to US
Iowa City Press Citizen
The recent uprisings over the hateful film titled “Innocence of Muslims” — which slanders the Prophet Mohammed — have resulted in violent …
Speaking at Bill Clinton’s CGI conference in New York, Mitt Romney outlined a detailed vision for a compassionate American foreign policy that …
Supreme Court preview, election 2012 and the Arab Spring and more think tank …
Washington Post (blog)
Supreme Court preview, election 2012 and the Arab Spring and more think tank events. By Allen McDuffee. 8:00 The Myanmar Conference @ CSIS: an all day conference with Salai Ngun Lian, Centre for Economic and Social Development, Yangon, Myanmar …
“Arab Spring” Topic of Presidential Campaign Comments
The President was talking about the “Arab Spring” and said there have been “bumps in the road.” Romney says the death of an ambassador in Libya should never be classified as a “bump in the road.” The White House responded by saying that the …
Nader Bakkar is the spokesman for Egypt’s hardline Salafist party, which is mired in controversy over its role in the American Embassy protests.
Coming very soon: Spring of Persia
Mixed feelings about the Arab Spring —which many called an ‘uprising’ — and what to do about Iran were dominant. While placards on the streets in Tel Aviv read: “Don’t Bomb. Talk”, discussions on ‘deciding on the bomb or bombing’ and ‘preparing for ..
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