Archive: December 03, 2006 - December 09, 2006

Relaunching the Roundup

World Opinion Roundup is evolving. With the rise of the Internet in the late 1990s, a new global discussion of international news events took shape. The World Opinion Roundup, from its inception in 2001, has sought to leverage an ever-growing...

By | December 8, 2006; 12:38 PM ET | Comments (25)

Jimmy Carter, Palestinian Sympathizer

Jimmy Carter has emerged as the most prominent pro-Palestinian public figure in America. In a new book, the former president offers a passionate defense of Palestinian aspirations rarely heard in the U.S. media and unprecedented from someone who once occupied...

By Jefferson Morley | December 6, 2006; 1:23 PM ET | Comments (287)

Lebanon: Civil War or Nasrallah's Peace?

As Middle East newspapers were warning this weekend that Lebanon is on the brink of civil war, Beirut enjoyed a moment of civility. As tens of thousands of anti-government demonstrators began an indefinite occupation of the city's center last weekend,...

By Jefferson Morley | December 5, 2006; 1:53 AM ET | Comments (19)


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