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International Opinion Review, Monday Oct 15, 2012

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Commentary from the World Press about the US Presidency, Foreign Policy, Economy Culture and more…

Monday Oct 14, 2012

Russia: Pravda

We can conclude with Anthony Gregory that it is not only foreign political regimes that are corrupted by Washington's evil, but also Americans themselves. "Nothing better demonstrates the moral degeneracy of American political culture than the U.S. torture state." Pravda

Belize: The Guardian

While the US languishes and suffices with a little piece of crumbs on the side, China continues to build a fortress of its most single major money earner: ‘trade’. The Guardian

Isreal: The Jerusalem Post

With Israel about to enter election frenzy for the next three months, a US election campaign reaching its peak and the Arab world in disarray following the events of the Arab Spring and turmoil in Syria, it is clear that now is not the time to be looking for any new diplomatic moves to break the stalemate. But once America’s next president is installed, a new government is established in Jerusalem and the Syrian crisis resolves itself one way or another, there will be a pressing need for Israel to seek a return to the negotiating table. Jerusalem Post

Australia: The Age

A WEEK is a long time in politics, Harold Wilson once observed at the end of a bad week, and the remark was considered so brilliantly penetrating that it was immediately entered into the Oxford Book of Quotations. As he prepares for his second presidential debate tomorrow, Barack Obama knows exactly what the British Labour prime minister meant. The Age

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