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(55.) See BENJAMIN WITTES, LAW AND THE LONG WAR: THE FUTURE OF JUSTICE IN THE AGE OF TERROR 168-73 (2008).
"A lot of myths have been blown apart in recent months," in particular "that of Arabs not being interested in the rights and freedoms we enjoy," said Tamara Wittes, deputy assistant secretary for Near Eastern Affairs at the US State Department, on 26 May, at a discussion at the Brookings Institution, a think tank in Washington DC.
MUSCAT: US would be working closely with its international partners to step up economic support to Egypt and Tunisia as they traverse the important phase of democratic transition, Tamara Wittes, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern Affairs (NEA), said in response to a question raised by Times of Oman during a "virtual press briefing" hosted by the US State Department in its new interactive web chat platform.
Tamara Wittes, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern Affairs, adding that her visit to Tunisia aims to strengthen and "concretely" push forward the two countries' partnership.
Citing a waning societal willingness to tolerate unrestrained executive leadership in the "war on terror" and a second "phase of reaction" in which the Supreme Court and the legislature increasingly asserted themselves in regard to rules governing the detention of terrorist suspects, restrictions on interrogation, and the proper institutional venues for dealing with terrorism, Wittes (senior fellow and research director in public law, Brookings Institution) now sees a third phase, "characterized by the attempt to synthesize the insights of the first two phases and to develop more durable law that reflects that synthesis." He presents ten papers by authors that "span a considerable swath of the U.S.
Minister of Social Development and Acting Minister of Planning and International Cooperation, Hala Latouf on Wednesday discussed with US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern affairs, Tamara Cofman Wittes, means of strengthening bilateral cooperation in the field of social work.
Freedom's Unsteady March: America's Role in Building Arab Democracy by Tamara Cofman Wittes. Brookings Institution, 2008, 177 pp., $26.95.
Tamara Cofman Wittes; FREEDOM'S UNSTEADY MARCH: AMERICA'S ROLE IN BUILDING ARAB DEMOCRACY; Brookings Institution Press (Politics) $0.00 ISBN: 9780815794943
Freedom's Unsteady March: America's Role in Building Arab Democracy, by Tamara Coffman Wittes. Brookings Institution Press, 2008.
Brookings Institution fellow and Atlantic Monthly editor Benjamin Wittes, the author of Law and the Long War: The Future of Justice in the Age of Terror, recently attempted to outline for the House Judiciary Committee the broad contours for U.S.
Tamara Cofman Wittes argues that the promotion of democracy in the Arab world remains an essential component of any strategy to achieve long-term American goals in the region.
Dajani, and Aharon Klieman) and bookended with an introduction and conclusion by editor Tamara Wittes, closely examining cultural attitudes, norms, beliefs, and other factors influencing the delicate and sometimes disastrous Israeli-Palestinian negotations.