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02 January 2008 Military News

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  • Analysis: For Bush, 2008 Makes or Breaks cfr.org 02 Jan 2008 -- The year 2007 brought significant course changes in Bush administration foreign policy, from North Korea to Iraq and Iran, and from Middle East peace diplomacy to climate change.
  • US in Diplomatic Push to End Kenya Violence VOA 02 Jan 2008 -- The State Department says the United States is engaged in a wide-ranging diplomatic effort to try to end election-related political violence in Kenya
  • U.S. and British Leaders Call for End to Kenyan Violence Washington File 02 Jan 2008 -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and British Foreign Secretary David Miliband jointly cited the need for "a sustained call from Kenya's political leaders for the cessation of violence by their followers" and called for the country's leaders to engage "in a spirit of compromise that puts the democratic interests of Kenya first."
  • Britain Calls for End to Kenya Violence VOA 02 Jan 2008 -- Britain has called on Kenya's political leaders to urge their followers to stop the violence that has claimed hundreds of lives in the aftermath of the disputed presidential poll
  • Analysis: Pakistan's Frayed Politics cfr.org 02 Jan 2008 -- Following former prime minister Benazir Bhutto's assassination on December 27 and the ensuing violence and social unrest, Pakistan's parliamentary elections have been rescheduled (AFP) for February 18.
  • Haass: Pakistan Faces 'Prolonged Difficult Future' cfr.org 02 Jan 2008
  • Analysis: U.S.-Pakistan Policy After Bhutto cfr.org 02 Jan 20087 -- The assassination of Pakistan's former prime minister and iconic opposition leader, Benazir Bhutto, and the ensuing violence (NYT) there threatens the stability and the political future of the country
  • Pakistan says UK, US, France offer help in Benazir's assassination probe IRNA 02 Jan 2008 -- Pakistan said on Wednesday that a number of countries including the United States, the United Kingdom and France have offered help in the probe.
  • Pakistan Postpones National Elections RFE/RL 02 Jan 2008 -- The head of Pakistan's Election Commission today announced the postponement of parliamentary elections until February 18, following last week's assassination of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto.
  • Pakistan Accepts Help From Britain to Probe Bhutto Assassination VOA 02 Jan 2008 -- Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf says a team from Britain's Scotland Yard will assist in an investigation into the death of opposition leader and former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
  • Musharraf Calls Bhutto Assassination a 'Great Tragedy' VOA 02 Jan 2008 -- Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf says a team from Britain's Scotland Yard will assist in an investigation into the death of opposition leader and former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
  • Pakistan Elections Delayed Until February 18 VOA 02 Jan 2008 -- Officials in Pakistan say parliamentary elections will be delayed until next month.



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