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Clinton * Ross

WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton's hearing in the Senate for Secretary of State is scheduled for Tuesday. The Financial Times
recently reported that Dennis Ross has been selected by President-elect
Obama for Mideast envoy, a position Ross held in the Clinton
administration.

STEPHEN ZUNES
Professor of politics at the University of San Francisco and a
contributor to Foreign Policy in Focus, Zunes has written the recent
articles "Congress Backs Israeli Invasion, Redefines International Law"
and "Hillary Clinton Brings Militaristic Record to State Department."
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ROBERT NAIMAN
Naiman, senior policy analyst and national coordinator at Just Foreign Policy, just wrote the piece "Would Dennis Ross Set the Stage for War with Iran?"

Background:

See: Glenn Greenwald's recent piece "Obama v. the National Intelligence Estimate on Iran"

Also, see from the Institute for Public Accuracy: "Anti-War Candidate, Pro-War Cabinet?"

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