Archive: May 07, 2006 - May 13, 2006

Zuma Trial Exposes South Africa's Secrets

By Jefferson Morley | May 12, 2006; 8:03 AM ET | Comments (21)

Starving Hamas

The growing humanitarian crisis in the Palestinian territories around Israel has two faces in the global online media. In the U.S. press, the story focuses on the struggle of Washington policy makers to come to terms with the radical...

By Jefferson Morley | May 11, 2006; 10:33 AM ET | Comments (345)

Arab Media Sees Missed Opportunity in U.S. Rejection of Ahmadinejad

In the neighborhood of the Persian Gulf, Iran may be the biggest kid on the block. But it's hardly the most popular. The size of the Islamic Republic (69 million people), its state theology (revolutionary Shia), its influence in Iraq...

By Jefferson Morley | May 10, 2006; 11:24 AM ET | Comments (85)

Iran Letter's Surprising Result

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's letter to President Bush offering "new ways" to resolve the international dispute over Iran's nuclear program, while brushed off by the White House, has achieved one clear result: more positive press coverage than he has ever gotten. With...

By Jefferson Morley | May 9, 2006; 1:24 PM ET | Comments (72)

 

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