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The Wind Of Change: A black in the White House?


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“A black in the White House?”

FOR eight years, George W. Bush has managed to incarnate and reinforce all the prejudices and negative stereotypes the world has of the United States. He has antagonised the world more than any other American president before him, seriously damaging America’s “soft” power by inefficient and excessive use of its “hard” power.

Reconciling the US with itself and the world should thus be the twin priorities for America’s next president. If there is one candidate who can accomplish this, who can contribute, in a split second, to restoring America’s international reputation, it is Barack Obama.

Exceptional periods sometimes create exceptional leaders. Without the French Revolution, Napoleon Bonaparte would have remained a gifted and frustrated junior military officer. Likewise, the current period in America and its relations with the world have been truly exceptional, requiring a leader who can fundamentally challenge a global majority’s view that America has become arrogant, impotent, and selfish.

Of course, diehard anti-Americans will never be persuaded, but they remain a minority, with the possible exception of the Muslim world. The silent majority is ready to be convinced that there is life after Bush.

Why is Obama so different from the other presidential candidates, and why could he make such a large difference internationally? After all, in foreign policy matters, the next president’s room for manoeuvre will be very small. He (or she) will have to stay in Iraq, engage in the Israel-Palestine conflict on the side of Israel, confront a tougher Russia, deal with an ever more ambitious China, and face the challenge of global warming.


If Obama can make a difference, it is not because of his policy choices, but because of what he is. It is his style. See what I meant by His Style here.

The very moment he appears on the world’s television screens, victorious and smiling, America’s image and soft power would experience something like a Copernican revolution.

Think of the impression his election would make not only in Africa, but in Asia, the Middle East, and even Europe. With its rise to global supremacy, America had become the incarnation of the West, and the West was seen as “white”. Power in America shifted first from the East Coast to the West Coast, and then to the South. But if a shift across America’s racial divide is not truly revolutionary, then what is?

Of course, to reduce Obama to the colour of his skin is a grave oversimplification, even if he has been keen to emphasise his “black roots”. In fact, African-Americans do not fully support him. With his white mother and his African father, he does not fit any African-American precedent.

But that is another reason why Obama is exceptional: the complexity of his identity makes him truly universal, a global candidate for a global age. By virtue of his unique personal history, he can bridge Africa, America, and even Asia – where he studied as a young boy in a Muslim school – thereby reviving the universal image and message of America.

But, above all, what makes Obama unique, given what the US has been through during the Bush years, is the nature of the message he embodies, which is best summed up in the title of his book The Audacity of Hope. If America can move from a culture of fear to one of hope – and again incarnate hope for the world – it will require a leader who embodies the American dream: modern and armed with a humanistic religious message, in contrast to the anxious irrationalism of the Christian conservative movement that fuelled Bush’s political base.

Regardless of whether Obama can deliver on his promises, America will not regain the stature it had between 1941 and 2000. With or without Obama, the “American century” will not be repeated. But Obama can learn from the early mistakes made by Jimmy Carter in the mid-1970s. Neo-isolationism is not an option, but restraint – based on confidence and wisdom – is.

The world needs a more modest and confident America. For a European who has been deeply troubled and saddened by America’s evolution in the last decade, Obama, of all the declared presidential candidates, seems to come closest to incarnating such an America. – Project Syndicate

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These comments are by:
Dominique Moisi, a founder and senior adviser at Ifri (French Institute for International Relations), is currently a professor at the College of Europe in Natolin, Warsaw

Who is Dominique Moisi?

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Obama for Change, listen why he said this “Barack’s focus in 2008”

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The assassination of the former prime minister and main opposition leader, Benazir Bhutto


I am not into politics but last night was a shocking news that I heard in my car while driving home. I reached home at about 9pm local time and heard about this news headline “Benazir Bhutto, former Pakistani Premier was killed in an attack after a rally”. I tuned to CNN, BBC and later Aljazeera all shown the shocking news.

Getty Images photographer John Moore captured Benazir Bhutto waving, moments before he heard gunshots.

Last images of Bhutto(video) 6:20
CNN’s Nicole Lapin talks with photographer John Moore, who shot some of the last images of Bhutto and heard shots fired.

World News – International Headlines, Stories and Video from CNN.com
Benazir Bhutto assassinated


Source: CNN | Added December 27, 2007

Bhutto assassinated at rally(video) 3:23

CNN’s Arwa Damon reports on former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s murder at a political rally.

Bhutto took on risks in life
Benazir Bhutto : News & Videos about Benazir Bhutto – CNN.com

 

WORLD REACTION
Below is a selection of reaction to the death of Benazir Bhutto. Read more reaction here.

“Canada condemns in the strongest terms this attack on the restoration of Pakistan’s efforts to return to full democracy.”
– Canadian Foreign Affairs minister Maxime Bernier, in a written statement


“The United States strongly condemns this cowardly act by murderous extremists who are trying to undermine Pakistan’s democracy. Those who committed this crime must be brought to justice.”
– U.S. President George W. Bush


“I was deeply shocked and horrified to hear of the heinous assassination. In her death, the subcontinent has lost an outstanding leader who worked for democracy and reconciliation in her country.”
– Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh


“(Bhutto’s assassination) is not only bad for Pakistan, it is bad for the entire region.”
– former Indian Foreign Minister Natwar Singh


“Benazir Bhutto showed in her words and actions a deep commitment to her country. She knew the risks of her return to campaign but was convinced that her country needed her. This is a time for restraint but also unity.”
– British Foreign Secretary
David Miliband


“(Benazir Bhutto was) a woman who chose to fight her battle until the end with a single weapon — the one of dialogue and political debate.”
– Italian premier Romano Prodi


Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Thursday’s assassination of Benazir Bhutto was an act of “immense brutality” by the “enemies” of Pakistan and of peace.
Star wire services

This is what Bhutto told reporter Gail Sheehy (PARADE.com) about a possible terrorist attacks against her.

“I am what the terrorists most fear,” Benazir Bhutto told me in a two-hour, face-to-face interview in late November at her home outside Karachi, Pakistan.

She was also the figure President Pervez Musharraf most feared as a rival, as expressed to me by the beleaguered leader’s close confidant, Humayun Gauhar: “If the Americans can have a government led by Bhutto, they will get what Musharraf has refused them. She will allow NATO boots on the ground in our tribal areas and a chance to neuter our nuclear weapons,” said Gauhar. This is exactly why the American government was eager to see Bhutto gain or share power with the Musharraf’s highly unpopular regime.

So I have few questions: Does she deserve to be killed in this manner? Does she miscalculated the timing of her return to Pakistan? Does the third time attempt to be a Pakistan Premier a costly mistake? Does her own doings and her own mouth anger certain people in Pakistan?

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