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International Affairs

NAM original coverage, youth media stories and ethnic media articles on international affairs and U.S. foreign policy. For more information on NAM's coverage on these issues, contact Andrew Lam at alam [at] newamericamedia [dot] org.

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A Farce in Honduras

La Opinin, Editorial, Staff, Nov 14, 2009

A constitutional farce is taking place in Honduras, write editors of La Opinin. It started in June with the overthrow of Zelaya and continues to this day, making a mockery of the international community and the efforts of the United States.

Indian Summit, Defamation, Revolution & Romance

New America Now, Audio, Nov 13, 2009

This Week on New America Now: Obama holds a historic summit with Native American tribes, Yoav Shamir discusses his new documentary tackling anti-Semitism, and Carolina De Robertis talks about her book Revolution and Romance.

San Jose Beating, California Civil Liberties, and Armenian Folk Music

New America Now, Audio, Nov 06, 2009

Raj Jayadev discusses the San Jose Police beating, Stan Yogi is co-author of a new book about the history of civil liberties in California, and Hasmik Hartyunyan is an Armenian folk singer.

Indira Gandhi

Indian Americans Mark 25th Anniversary of Indira Gandhi's Assassination

India West, News Report, Preeti Chandan, Nov 06, 2009

Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination 25 years ago shocked Indian Americans. Now Indian Americans remember her legacy and the plight of many Sikhs who were killed in its aftermath.

Pakistan's Protracted 9/11; and Hispanic Media Summit in Washington

New America Now, Audio, Odette Keeley, Nov 06, 2009

This Week on "Stories From the Ethnic Media": Pakistanis feel under siege; and Spanish-language media publishers go to the White House.

Half & Half: Iran and Its Uranium Problems

Iranian.com, Opinion, Ardeshir Ommani, Nov 04, 2009

Let Iran keep half its own enriched uranium and send other half to Russia for enrichment

Afghanistan: Teenagers Enlist in Army, Police

Inter Press Service, News Feature, Lal Aqa Sherin, Nov 04, 2009

Although government sources officially maintain there are no underage soldiers or officers in the police or army, off-the-record some say that there are.

Pakistan

U.S. vs. Taliban? Who is the Bigger Threat in Pakistan?

Inter Press Service, News Analysis, Muhammad Idrees Ahmad, Nov 01, 2009

If Pakistan is unanimous on the need to confront militancy, it is equally undivided in its aversion for the U.S. Yet, both threats are not seen as equal.

Pakistan

Pakistan Faces a Protracted 9/11 of Its Own

Pakistanlink, News Analysis, Dr. Nazir Khaja , Oct 31, 2009

Whether one wants to agree with it or not, Pakistan is undergoing a protracted 9/11 of its own. The continuing saga of violence and extremism in Pakistan and neighboring areas poses a grave threat not only to Pakistan's existence but also to the peace and security of the world.

Hillary Clinton

A Pakistani Journalists Three Questions for Hillary Clinton

New America Media, News Report, Hamid Mir, Oct 30, 2009

Pakistanis have many questions for Hillary Clinton. Journalist Hamid Mir got to ask her three.

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