Elizabeth Sullivan

Foreign Affairs Columnist, Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Foreign Affairs Columnist, and Associate Editor of the Editorial pages, for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, she has written a series of columns examining post-9/11 accomplishments and setbacks

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Standing at the White House with President Pervez Musharraf today,  President Bush said  he was "taken aback" to learn that a US official threatened Pakistan after September 11.

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Standing at the White House with President Pervez Musharraf today, President Bush said he was "taken aback" to learn that a US official threatened Pakistan after September 11.

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