04/02/2007 Article

Condi Encounters Resistance

The Secretary of State calls Hamas a “resistance movement”

/ Paul Woodward

Tags: Bush Administration, Hamas, Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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Last September, McClatchy Newspapers foreign affairs correspondent, Warren Strobel, was asked whether the second Bush administration could still keep its stories straight. During the first

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07/01/2007 Article

Elliot Abrams’ Uncivil War

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Tags: Bush Administration, Hamas, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Neocons, Palestinians

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Is the Bush administration violating the law in an effort to provoke a Palestinian civil war? Deputy National Security Advisor, Elliott Abrams — who Newsweek

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07/12/2006 Article

If the US Should Talk to Iran, Why Shouldn’t it Talk to Hamas?

/ Paul Woodward

Tags: Bush Administration, Dialogue, Hamas, Iran, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Middle East, Palestinians

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James Baker threw down the gauntlet to President Bush yesterday when he commended the Iraq Study Group report as “probably the only bipartisan report he’s

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06/12/2006 Interview

Debate: Hamas – Democratic Government or Terrorist Organization?

Tags: Hamas, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Palestinians

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On November 29, 2006, Mark Perry, co-director of Conflicts Forum, took part in a debate in New York hosted by Intelligence Squared US. “A democratically

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27/11/2006 Interview

Meeting the Challenge of Coexistence

Tags: Hamas, Hezbollah, Islam and globalization

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With Alastair Crooke, Panel on Mitigating Religious and Ethnic Conflict, Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, September 20, 2006 MARY ROBINSON: When you say you think

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09/11/2006 Article

The White Man’s Club

/ Alastair Crooke

Tags: Hamas, Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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Bitterlemons, November 9, 2006 He stepped in from the harsh sunlight of Egypt. He had just crossed the Sinai with two Arab friends, one of

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