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Entries by Amitai Etzioni from 06/2007

Questions for a presidential debate (on foreign policy)

| Posted 06.04.2007 | Politics
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Should the U.S. let, say, North Korea, be managed by South Korea, China and Japan? Iran -- by its Arab neighbors? Kosovo -- by the E.U.? Should the U.S. send its troops to stop genocides?

Illiberal Moderates: the Global Swing Vote

| Posted 06.12.2007 | Politics
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To insist that non liberal Muslims (let alone all Muslims) are "dangerous" is incompatible with the facts, morally dubious, and very unwise foundation for foreign policy.

A Third Way for Iraq

| Posted 06.14.2007 | Politics
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Is there a way for the United States not to withdraw from Iraq and yet increase security and greatly cut its casualties? What if one relies on the forces of each community to provide security for its own turf?

Syria's Poison Pill

| Posted 06.18.2007 | Politics
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As Israel continues to indicate its willingness to talk peace with Syria and about a two-state solution, it is setting itself up for a trap, and not only on the border with Syria.

How to Talk About Tough Stuff?

| Posted 06.21.2007 | Politics
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How does one talk to a group, like supporters of the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty, when they are locked in on a set of assumptions that you consider deadly wrong?

The Road Runs via Tehran

| Posted 06.28.2007 | Politics
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When I testifed before the Iraq commission, my key point that the road to the future of Iraq -- indeed the Middle East -- runs via Tehran, found no takers.

The CIA and Me

| Posted 06.29.2007 | Politics
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Recent revelations about domestic spying by the CIA made me relive my own experience in this department. It started very innocently.