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McCain and Obama: When World Views Collide

Now that Senator Obama has clinched the Democratic nomination, both major parties have selected Presidenti...

Oil: Too Much or Too Little?

Despite the impact of high oil prices on the Administration’s policies, there is deep uncertainty in Was...

US Intelligence: Hayden’s Assessment

The notably optimistic appraisal of US progress in the War on Terror delivered by CIA Director Michael Hay...

Russia: Georgian Escapades

In the wake of the April 2008 Sochi Declaration between President Bush and former Russian President Putin,...

Space Weapons: A New Round of Star Wars?

Over the last two years we have emphasized the Administration’s increasingly strong stance on unimpeded ...

China: A Frost in Shangri-la

Managing China’s emergence as a global power in conformity with current international norms is a key stra...

The Dollar: Strong in Name, Weak in Deed

We have persistently drawn a contrast between the Administration’s rhetorical support for a strong US d...

ASEAN: A Neglected Asset?

While Washington continues to expand relations with China, India and Japan, it has paid less attention to ...

Israeli-Syrian Peace Process: Oasis or Mirage?

The surprise confirmation on May 22nd by Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert that Israel and Syria are invo...

Egypt: An Underperforming Relationship

In light of the Administration’s emphasis on Middle Eastern political reform, US-Egypt relations have fo...

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