George W. Bush Archive

Now we see how his doctrine turns enemies into ‘allies’ – by Robert Fisk:     How do they get away with these lies? Now Tony Blair tells us that Western “inaction” in Syria has produced the Iraq crisis. But since bombing Syria would have brought to power in Damascus the very Islamists
Leaks show US government always knew that Pakistan was misusing US taxpayers’ money -by Dr. Azeem Ibrahim: The deal President Bush struck with Pakistan’s General Musharraf seemed straightforward enough: Pakistan would fight terrorists, and the US would pay for it. Islamabad promised to train, equip, and deploy its army and intelligence service in counter-terrorism operations. Washington
Bush faults Pakistan on extremism: "In his book "Decision Points" published Tuesday, Bush said he had "complex" relations with Pakistan and its former military leader Pervez Musharraf, who pledged to support the United States after the September 11, 2001 attacks."
Say No to Martial Law – by Hamid Mir: زیادہ پرانی بات نہیں۔ 27/اگست 2005ء کو امریکی ریاست لوسیانا کے ساحلوں پر ایک سمندری طوفان کا آغاز ہوا۔ سمندر کا پانی ساحلوں سے نکل کر شہروں میں داخل ہوگیا زیادہ نقصان لوسیانا، مسی سیپی اور فلوریڈا میں ہوا۔
The distant gleam of greatness – by Aakar Patel: Sunday, December 21, 2008 (The News) Nehru is the touchstone leader for the secular Indian. Gandhi was religious, bringing him closer to the common man, and he looked wrong. The secular
Shoe attack by a TV reporter on Bush mars farewell Iraq visit. "This is a farewell kiss, you dog.": On Sunday, 14 December 2008, President Bush ducked a pair of shoes hurled at his head in the middle of a news conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. The assailant, Muntazer al-Zaidi, a television correspondent for Al-Baghdadia television,
Need for a concerted, robust strategy on the war on terrorism: Amir Ahmed Khan notes that Pakistani politicians, army and intelligence agencies need to adopt a concerted, robust strategy on the war on terrorism. Also, they need to develop confidence building measures with the regional and international players namely USA,