Monday, June 29, 2009

Opinions, Commentaries, And Editorials -- June 29, 2009

Bolivia's President Evo Morales, Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya, Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega, Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez and Ecuador's President Rafael Correa attend the ALBA emergency meeting in Nicaragua June 29, 2009. Security forces faced off against angry supporters of ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya on Monday as leftist Latin American leaders met to thrash out a response to an army coup and the United States urged a return to democratic order. REUTERS/Miraflores Palace/Handout


Our Decaying Nuclear Deterrent -- Jon Kyl and Richard Perle, Wall Street journal

Will Obama Follow Bush Or FDR? -- Benjamin Wittes and Jack Goldsmith, Washington Post

Is it 1979 All Over Again? -- Lydia Khalil, Christian Science Monitor

Honduras Defends Its Democracy -- Mary Anastasia O'Grady, Wall St Journal

We Must Restore Democracy in Honduras -- Roberto Lovato, Huffington Post

Venezuela and the Honduran Coup -- Stratfor

Honduras Coup Poses Challenge for Obama -- John Nichols, The Nation

The Surprising Limits of Our Iran Intelligence -- Eli Lake, The New Republic

Iran's Leaders Love Western Plots -- Christopher Hitchens, The Australian

What Iran Can Learn From South Africa -- Reihan Salam, Forbes

God Is Greater Than Government in Iran -- James Carroll, Boston Globe

An Obvious Smoking Gun in Iran -- Meyer-Resende & Kunkler, Daily Star

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