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Green Institute 'Surviving Victory' DC Conference - 2006


United Press International

Analysis:

Mideast woes alarm U.S. experts

By JACOB RUSSELL

UPI Correspondent

WASHINGTON, Sept. 21, 2006 (UPI) -- Several prominent policy analysts warned this week that America's foreign policy had to be urgently re-evaluated to prevent wider disaster.

The Bush administration should even consider evacuating its military forces from the Middle East, according to experts speaking a meeting of the Green Institute think tank Wednesday.

The meeting reflected the growing unease among both traditionally conservative and liberal foreign policy analysts in the U.S. capital about the consequences of the deteriorating situations in Iraq and Afghanistan and the growing anti-American sentiments expressed throughout the region.

"This is really an effort to assess where we are right now in the wake of the catastrophe with Iraq and Afghanistan, "panelist Roger Morris, senior fellow with the Green Institute, said."We want, above all, to point the way out. We want to ask: what are the alternatives here?"

The think tank, hosted by the Green Institute as part of its Global Policy 360 project, and led by Steven Schmidt, co-director for GP360, explored current U.S. policy in Iraq and the Middle East as well as current national security concerning Iraq, Lebanon, Iran and Israel....


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Surviving Victory: A New Definition of National Security

Sponsored by the Green Institute

and Böll Foundation www.boell.org/

A discussion of US policy in Iraq and the Middle East and the nature of national security as it applies to Iraq, Lebanon, Iran and Israel. What those policies are, how they developed and how a new definition of national security can enhance US, Mideast and global security.

Washington Club, 15 Dupont Circle, Washington DC / September 20th, 2006


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Conference based upon the Security Brief Paper:

Strategic Demands of the 21st Century: A New Vision for A New World


By Roger Morris, Senior Fellow - Green Institute and Steven Schmidt, Co-Director - GlobalPolicy360 / Editor - Green Institute


Strategic Demands of the 21st Century A New Vision for a New World.jpg

Strategic Demands of the 21st Century: A New Vision for a New World | By Roger Morris & Steven Schmidt
Strategic Demands for the 21st Century: A New Vision for a New World (PDF)



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