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Who's Coming to a White House Dinner Next Week – from France?

She is 42, glamorous, svelte, a successful pop singer-composer, formerly a top model, divorced, and reportedly wants to act in Woody Allen’s next film. She is also France’s first lady, who will be the fourth at a private dinner party at the White House March 30, hosted by President and Mrs. Barrack Obama, along with her husband, France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy.

But she, French-Italian Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, may overshadow some of the interest and media coverage, as she is viewed by many as Europe’s version of Jacqueline Kennedy.

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Explaining President Obama's Recent Snub to Europe

By Axel Krause, Contributing Editor February 12, 2010 On a cold Friday afternoon at the prestigious Ecole Militaire in Paris, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, told a large gathering


At SAIS: Afghanistan Ambassador Speaks Out On U.S. Troop Surge

"The surge of troops is needed to provide us with time and space to further build our own security forces," stated the Ambassador of Afghanistan to the U.S.


A Letter to a Key Obama Advisor on Europe

By Axel Krause, Contributing Editor October 16, 2009 Earlier this week, France’s highly-respected daily Le Monde carried a front-page interview with Philip H. Gordon, Assistant Secretary of State for Europe

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