’08 Or Bust: Now Live
Citizens for Global Solutions just launched an interactive web tool that TWN readers should find interesting. ’08 Or Bust is a guide to foreign policy in the 2008 presidential elections.
I’ll be moderating a conference focusing on the now and near term of the American economy, the housing bubble, and recession fears today in Washington. Here’s the line up. The entire meeting will be taped by C-Span today — and broadcast later this afternoon and over the weekend.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has announced that the new US Envoy for Middle East Security is going to be former NATO Commander Jim Jones. Here is an item that I posted on my blog from strategist Harlan Ullman and General Jim Jones earlier this year.
While there have been fifteen U.S. Senators in American history who became President, only Warren Harding and John F. Kennedy went directly to the White House from the Senate.
This tidbit just appeared in Robin Wright’s recent reporting on the Annapolis Summit in an article titled “Iran: The Uninvited Wildcard in Mideast Talks“: Iran will still have leverage in the event of peace, Arab officials concede.