TITLE

Bombers Without Borders

AUTHOR(S)
FEFFER, JOHN
PUB. DATE
November 2008
SOURCE
Foreign Policy in Focus;11/4/2008, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The author comments on issues related to foreign policy as of November 2008. He believes that the U.S. has been engrossed with its border policies that it has lacked regard for other countries as was evident with a U.S. attack on a village in Syria which left several civilians dead. He mentions that the new U.S. administration in 2009 will have to conduct damage control in connection with the consequences of the war in Iraq. He adds that the differential impact of food crisis on women and children tends to be neglected.
ACCESSION #
36786059

 

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