It has been one
year since Barack Obama's presidential election victory. The newest U.S.
president has faced political and economic challenges at home and has yet to
decide how the United States will handle the international war on terror.
One year after
his election as U.S. president, Barack Obama faces an increasingly challenging
political situation at home, with rising anger on the right and growing
nervousness among many of his fellow Democrats in Congress. The latest
unemployment figures put the jobless rate at 10.2 percent, the highest level
President Obama said the latest figures were regretful, but he promised to
continue his efforts to turn the U.S. economy around.
In our, this
week’s call-in show focus were given on both Obama’s foreign policy and her
internal challenges. Our listeners asked questions on concerning Health Care
Plan, Climate Change and Economy . They also asked questions on president Obama’s Asia Trip , US involvements in Afghanistan
and Iraq and they wanted to know how different President Obama is going to be
from his predecessor as far as these important policies are concerned.
Our panelists were Dr Ziauddin
Ahmed , a jurist and an expert on International War crime and Convener of Asian
Net Work in Brussels and Syed Mohammadullah, a veteran journalist from New