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Syria: Strategic Realignment?

The Administration’s containment policy towards Syria has enjoyed strong support from the Washington e...

Europe and Russia: Follow the Pipelines

Vice-President Cheney’s tour aimed at shoring up US support for Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Ukraine has, as...

Republican Policy Platform: The Global Mandate of American Values

Opening with the assertion that “our first obligation is to our country,” the Republican platform puts...

Japan: Farewell Fukuda

The resignation of Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda on September 2nd, less than a year after the exi...

Iraq: Will Stability Sustain Itself?

With the withdrawal of the final surge troops from Iraq, the debate has shifted to the future of the US...

Central Asia: Sharpening Dilemmas

We have long highlighted Central Asia as a venue for US-Russia competition. The events in Georgia lend ne...

Pakistan: Back to Bedlam?

The August 18th resignation of President Musharraf means that Washington has lost the central personality...

India: Tempus Fugit

Following IAEA approval of the US-India Civil Nuclear Agreement, we have pointed to Washington's renewed o...

US-Russia Relations: Time to Draw Breath

With an uneasy ceasefire apparently in effect, the focus of US officials and Washington observers has shi...

The Democratic Party’s Foreign Policy: The Watchword is Continuity

The Policy Platform released by the Democratic Party on August 15th sets out the party's vision for inter...

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