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Central Asia: Important but Out of Sight

With elections underway in Turkmenistan, Washington’s relations with Central Asia are once again on displ...

Iraq: Gains on the Ground, Lingering Hostility

Only a few days after President Bush ducked “incoming” shoes during a press conference in the Iraqi prim...

Afghanistan: Obama’s War? Doubts about More Troops

President Bush’s latest visit to Afghanistan underlined the Administration’s intention to significantly...

North Korea: Bush’s Final Fling

With only a few days remaining in office, President Bush is pushing on with six-party talks aimed at curt...

Iran: Tough Talk from Tel Aviv

The issue of an Israeli attack on Iran's nuclear weapons program continues to find voice in their press. ...

The CIA Leadership: Not Plain Sailing

President-elect Obama well-received appointments for his national security staff have hit a roadblock in ...

The Obama Administration: Next Steps in the Middle East

When President-elect Barack Obama assumes office in January, he will face a series of critical challenges i...

Pakistan: The Global Front Line of Jihadism

The assault on India's financial capital has prompted concern among U.S. intelligence officials that Lashk...

The Pentagon: More of the Same?

President-elect Obama’s decision to retain Defense Secretary Gates in his post will be the first time a...

The 2008 Hajj: Concerns for the Kingdom

A sea of Muslim pilgrims has arrived in Saudi Arabia from all corners of the world to perform the annual...

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