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All Posts Tagged With: "Carol Giacomo"

Week in Review: Obama’s First Year in Office

Week in Review

Week in Review: Obama’s First Year in Office

As President Obama marks the first anniversary of his inauguration, we review the successes and failures of his foreign policy. Carol Giacomo, a member of The New York Times' editorial board, and David Andelman, editor of the World Policy Journal and former foreign correspondent for The New York Times and CBS News, join Martin Savidge.

Posted: January 22, 2010 17:50   Comments: 15
Week in Review: Mounting pressure on Iran’s government

Week in Review

Week in Review: Mounting pressure on Iran’s government

In Iran, protests erupted again this week as the U.S. deadline for imposing sanctions looms. Carol Giacomo, a member of The New York Times editorial board, and Irshad Manji, a professor at New York University and the author of "The Trouble With Islam Today," join Daljit Dhaliwal to discuss the mounting pressures on Iran, both internal and external.

Posted: December 24, 2009 16:02   Comments: 11
Week in review: Afghanistan and Iran

Week in Review

Week in review: Afghanistan and Iran

Gideon Rose of Foreign Affairs Magazine and Carol Giacomo of The New York Times editorial board join Daljit Dhaliwal to discuss whether Iran appears to be pulling back from a deal to ship enriched uranium overseas. They also discuss fair elections in Afghanistan and NATO's decision to support a wider war counter-strategy.

Posted: October 23, 2009 17:08   Comments: 7
Week in review: Iranian election and N. Korean leadership

Week in Review

Week in review: Iranian election and N. Korean leadership

Carol Giacomo of The New York Times and Gideon Rose of Foreign Affairs magazine discuss the top stories of the week. They look at the election in Iran and changing leadership in North Korea, where two American journalists were also sentenced to 12 years of hard labor earlier this week.

Posted: June 12, 2009 18:11   Comments: 4
Week in review: Tensions mount in Afghanistan and Pakistan

Week in Review (video)

Week in review: Tensions mount in Afghanistan and Pakistan

Gideon Rose of Foreign Affairs Magazine and Carol Giacomo of The New York Times editorial board discuss the week’s top stories.

Posted: May 8, 2009 14:36   Comments: 0
Week in review: Iraq violence, the Taliban and South Africa

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Week in review: Iraq violence, the Taliban and South Africa

Gideon Rose of Foreign Affairs Magazine and Carol Giacomo of The New York Times editorial board discuss the week's top stories: A new wave of violence in Iraq, growing concern about the spread of the Taliban in Pakistan and South Africa's national election.

Posted: April 24, 2009 13:00   Comments: 0
Week in review: Piracy, terror threats and nuclear ambitions

Week in Review (Video)

Week in review: Piracy, terror threats and nuclear ambitions

Carol Giacomo of The New York Times and Walter Russell Mead of the Council on Foreign Relations discuss the week's top stories: The continuing threat of piracy from Somalia's failed state, the terror threat in Britain and Europe and the nuclear ambitions of Iran and North Korea.

Posted: April 10, 2009 11:54   Comments: 0
Week in review: Pakistani protests and Irish violence

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Week in review: Pakistani protests and Irish violence

Gideon Rose of Foreign Affairs Magazine and Carol Giacomo of The New York Times discuss the week's top stories: Pakistani protests and the government's crackdown against its opponents, plans for a new strategy in Afghanistan and violence in Northern Ireland.

Posted: March 13, 2009 15:17   Comments: 5
Week in review: China, special envoys and Guantánamo

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Week in review: China, special envoys and Guantánamo

Gideon Rose of Foreign Affairs Magazine and Carol Giacomo of The New York Times editorial board discuss the new direction of U.S. foreign policy.

Posted: January 23, 2009 16:16   Comments: 3

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