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February 24, 2009

NSN Daily Update 2/24/09
Posted by Hanna Lundqvist

See today's complete daily update here.

What We’re Reading

Taliban insurgents accept the Swat truce with Pakistan, announcing an indefinite ceasefire.

Ehud Barak declined Binyamin Netanyahu’s offer to form a coalition government.  Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert removed his envoy to Gaza for criticizing Olmert’s emphasis on the return of Gilad Shalit.

Twelve Iraqi police officers were charged in a string of killings.

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s efforts to have a special military unit report directly to him raises questions about the chain of command in Iraq.

A wave of drug violence from Mexico hits Arizona.  The State Department and universities warn students not to visit Mexico for spring break.

Commentary of the Day

Strobe Talbot examines the U.S-Russia relationship.

Ahmed Rashid takes a closer look at Pakistan’s motivation for the Swat valley truce.

Jane Mayer looks at the case of the last enemy combatant remaining in the United States and the Obama administration’s detainee policy.


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