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Thursday, February 16, 2006 

Two Approaches to the Middle East Conflict

Ariel Sharon's world

I thought this was an interesting perspective. For those who have neither the time nor the desire to click through, I will give a short summary here. The article attempts to demonstrate that Bush and Sharon, while in many ways similar, have had severely different policies on the League of Arab Nations. While Bush has attempted to bring democracy to the Middle East, Sharon has largely dismissed relations with them and gone more for a secluded, isolationist stance. The article has some important ideas to bring up. For those interested in such political maneuvering, I hope this provides fascinating reading.

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Blund,
I hope you don't mind too much but I stole something from your blog format...got it from your source code, many apologies if this isn't welcomed.KB

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