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G-20 Summit: The Heart of the Issue

While speculation of immediate and robust policy coordination by the G-20 was largely toned down by the...

Iran: Expectations of an Agenda

The low media profile accorded to the November 13th meeting of the P5+1 group reflects the limited expe...

Iraq: The SOFA and Beyond

To the relief of commentators and US officials, a breakthrough in Baghdad’s political deadlock has allow...

Taiwan: Striking the Balance

The November 3-7 visit to Taipei by Beijing’s chief cross-strait negotiator Chen Yunlin, has garnered ...

Russia: Diplomatic Hard-ball

The anti-American tone of President Medvedev’s first state-of-the-nation address on November 4th, a not...

Middle East Peace Process: File under ‘To Do’

The somber tone of Secretary of State Rice’s eighth, and likely final, visit to the Middle East since ...

Nuclear Weapons: A Potential Agenda

Unexpectedly, debate has emerged over future US nuclear force structure and disarmament policy. In an Oc...

G-20 Meeting: A Symbolic but Significant Milestone?

Although convened by the White House, President Bush was hardly the dominant figure at the November 14...

The Obama Presidency: Foreign Policy Continuities in East Asia

Senator Obama’s election to the Presidency was premised on a critique of the Bush Administration’s fore...

The Obama Presidency: Where Foreign Policy Will Change

The commitment of US diplomatic and military resources to the Greater Middle East, guided by a twin stra...

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