WASHINGTON, Apr 2 (IPS) - The first official test of wills between the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama and the new Likud-led government ...
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Obama's promise of a new day in U.S.-Iranian relations must be given the opportunity to bear fruit free from outside intervention.
Has the president lost his tongue, or his courage? Must he lay down with the lions to stay in power?
Last week Chas Freeman, who was nominated to be the Chairman of the National Intelligence Council, was forced to withdraw from consideration because o...
Here's the reality behind the Freeman debacle: worried about Obama, suffering the effects of Gaza, and about to be burdened with the Netanyahu-Lieberman problem, the Israel lobby is running scared.
Those who successfully challenged the nomination of Charles W. Freeman, Jr. to become chairman of the National Intelligence Council should be praised for an act of high patriotism.
Freeman may be gone, but the rancor left behind by the gutting of his nomination will not go away quickly.
The Washington Post finds itself in a state of paradox on a single issue, if you compare the words of its reporter to the words of its editor.
Below is Chas Freeman's full statement following his decision not to serve as National Intelligence Council chairman.
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Charles Freeman's withdrawal is a big victory for the neocons -- and an even bigger embarrassment for the Obama administration.
Four Illinois Supreme Court justices have been asked to withdraw from hearing an appeal of a legal-malpractice case against Corboy & Demetrio, one of ...
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