For decades, Yasser Arafat was not just the leader but also the seeming embodiment of the Palestinian cause. Today Palestinians everywhere are remembering his deeds and asking the question "what next"?
Nubar Hovsepian, associate professor of political science and international studies at Chapman University in Orange City, California on Arafat's legacy and future of the Palestinians » Chapman and Lisa Hajjar,associate professor in the Law and Society Program at the University of California-Santa Barbara, chair of the editorial ...
Miles Rapoport President of the think tank Demos and former Connecticut Secretary of State says Ohio illustrates the need for sweeping voting reform » Demos and Bill Cohen, reporter in the Ohio Public Radio TV Statehouse News Bureau says voting troubles in Ohio don't appear to add ...
Kenneth Pollack director of research at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, former director for Gulf affairs at the National Security Council, former CIA analyst, and author The Perisan Puzzle: the Conflict Between Iran and America(Random House, 2004) says trouble is brewing in the US-Iranian ...
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