Monthly Archives: April 2010

Apr 30 2010

Jordan’s Frustration with the Middle East Peace Process

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By Nigel Ashton In a widely quoted interview with The Times last May King Abdullah of Jordan warned that ‘if we delay our peace negotiations then there is going to be another conflict between Arabs or Muslims and Israel in … Continue reading

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Apr 29 2010

Narrow Options: Mexican Policy Responses to Illegal Immigration

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By Guy Burton There has been official outrage in Mexico regarding a new Arizona state law designed to discourage illegal immigration. As well as arresting day labours in the state who solicit work, police departments may be sued for failing … Continue reading

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Apr 28 2010

Snapshots of Obama’s First 100 Days: A French Spring in Washington?

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by Robert Kelley When Barack Obama fielded questions from an adoring French audience in Strasbourg earlier this month, he pleased his hosts by singling out a shining example of European ingenuity in public transportation – the high-speed rail system. The … Continue reading

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