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North Korea: A Job Half Done?

Pyongyang’s June 26th declaration outlining its plutonium enrichment activities signals the political e...

Afghanistan: Daunting Challenges

The aftermath of the June 13th Sarposa jailbreak in Kandahar has underscored the challenges that the US fac...

Energy: Blaming the Producers

Surging oil prices continue to drive US energy policy to levels of political prominence unmatched in thr...

Iran: Revisiting the Israeli Factor

The June 20th exposure of Israeli long-distance aerial strike exercises over the Mediterranean, two month...

The White House’s Foreign Policy: Playing for Posterity

We have previously argued that in its twilight months, the Administration's focus has shifted to legacy ...

Sovereign Wealth Funds: Concerns Remain

This year has seen a significant furor between Capitol Hill and the White House over allegations that cer...

Food Security: Rhetoric Dominates

Global concerns regarding the surging price of food staples gained widespread prominence following the J...

Pakistan: From Bad to Worse?

For Washington officials, the atmosphere of political uncertainty in Islamabad continues to complicate US ...

Taiwan: Deal or No Deal?

In the Administration’s final months, nascent signs of cross-strait rapprochement are receiving a mixed ...

Turkey: Another Post-Modern Coup?

US-Turkey relations continue to be vulnerable to internal political tensions in Ankara. US officials are w...

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