Monthly Archives: November 2008

Obama: First Moves

By George Friedman Three weeks after the U.S. presidential election, we are getting the first signs of how President-elect Barack Obama will govern. That now goes well beyond the question of what is conventionally considered U.S. foreign policy — and … Continue reading

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Proposition and Response

This was published today: Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said Sunday that Iran is still trying to build nuclear bombs and the world must make a concerted effort to stop the project. “Iran has not terminated its pursuit of nuclear … Continue reading

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Iran Returns to the Global Stage

By George Friedman After a three-month hiatus, Iran seems set to re-emerge near the top of the U.S. agenda. Last week, the Iranian government congratulated U.S. President-elect Barack Obama on his Nov. 4 electoral victory. This marks the first time … Continue reading

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