Monthly Archives: November 2009

Dechiphering the Mohammed Trial

By George Friedman U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has decided that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed will be tried in federal court in New York. Holder’s decision was driven by the need for the U.S. government to decide how to dispose of … Continue reading

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On a Man and a Woman

I had almost forgottenthat someone not myselfcould be the center of perception.In dancing, moving through your eyesI’ve come to touch this truthI had only hoped before. I’ve walked every road and every bywayin my search for you.I’ve come as close … Continue reading

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Obama and the U.S. Strategy of Buying Time

By George Friedman Making sense of U.S. President Barack Obama’s strategy at this moment is difficult. Not only is it a work in progress, but the pending decisions he has to make — on Iran, Afghanistan and Russia — tend … Continue reading

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