What’s Wrong With The G-8

Forbes July 7, 2008 In recent decades, the world has witnessed the demonstrable success of international organizations like NATO and the European Union. The military strength of NATO deterred communist aggression over the past 60 years. And the E.U. today has brought together the political and economic clout of 27 different nations. more

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G8 leaders face tough test

The Star July 7, 2008 Weakened by economic woes and enduring political divisions, leaders of the Group of Eight nations meeting here will be more hard-pressed than usual to live up to their avowed commitment to act in the global interest. more

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Obama, McCain split over Afghan strategy

Boston Globe July 6, 2008 Barack Obama and John McCain are proposing sharply different strategies to seize the initiative from a resurgent Taliban and Al Qaeda in Afghanistan, positions that underscore the two leading presidential candidates’ competing visions of how to wage the war on terrorism. more

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