“Our report has a four-pillar strategy,” said David Fairman, the project’s co-director. “The first is conflict resolution primarily through diplomacy. The second is improving governance and civic participation in Muslim countries in partnership without dictating the form in which governance or democratic development takes. The third is working together on mutually beneficial economic partnerships for job creation and development in Muslim countries and also trade and markets for the U.S. And the last is building mutual respect and understanding between our societies and our people at every level.” >>>>>
While diplomacy is always good; it appears that the foot has been in the door far too long; and now it appears that this may be a way for actually relying on Islamic countries in the future with regards to them actually gaining more leverage on the economic, civic, human rights and overall global recognition – fronts.