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by: FAREED ZAKARIA, Newsweek 2006-2-9

GEORGE W. Bush is not a man for second thoughts, but even he might have had some recently. Ever since 9/11, Bush has made the promotion of democracy in the Middle East the centrepiece of his foreign policy, and doggedly pushed the issue. Over the last few months, however, this approach has borne strange fruit, culminating in Hamas’s victory in Gaza and the West Bank.

Before that, we..

by: Fareed Zakaria, Newsweek 2006-2-18

Arafat created one of the most ill-disciplined, corrupt and ineffective organizations ever to be taken seriously on the world stage.

 In the late 1970s, American officials were aware that the Shah of Iran was losing domestic support. They analyzed alternate scenarios and studied various opposition groups. They thought they were being very bold in their outreach, talking to Marxists..

by: Fareed Zakaria, Newsweek 2007-5-6

Over the past five years, president bush has made various efforts to reform the Arab world. They have all stumbled over one enormous obstacle. In the region, the people who win elections are not democrats. They seem to believe in elections (at least as long as they win), but not in the individual rights, laws and traditions that create a genuine liberal democracy. The admin-

istration h..

by: Fareed Zakaria, Newsweek 2007-7-3

What the world needs is an open, confident America.

In the fall of 1982, I arrived in the United States as an 18-year-old student from India. The country was in rough shape. That December unemployment hit 10.8 percent, higher than at any point since World War II. Interest rates hovered around 15 percent. Abroad, the United States was still reeling from Vietnam and Water..