Saturday, June 17, 2006
Funding both sides
LYNDA HURST, TORONTO STAR - - Washington is failing to make progress
in the global war on terror and the next 9/11-style attack is not a
question of if, but when. That is the scathing conclusion of a survey
of 100 leading American foreign-policy analysts. . . . The main reasons for the decline in
security, they said, were the war in Iraq, the detention of terror
suspects in Guantanamo Bay, U.S. policy towards Iran and U.S. energy policy.