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Russia-China: Competitive Cooperation

US intelligence analysts are treating the decision of the new Russian President Medvedev to visit Beijin...

Iran: Presidential Rhetoric

We have highlighted the emerging policy differences towards Iran displayed by the presidential candidate...

North Korea: Policy Momentum or a Runaway Train?

On May 13th the State Department put on display over 18,000 pages of documents provided by Pyongyang. We v...

Special Operations: An Evolving Role in the War on Terror

US Special Forces play an important – albeit shadowy – role in the US “war on terror” from Afghanistan, t...

The Campaigns and Foreign Policy: Sharper Rhetoric, Familiar Contours

While Iraq and Iran remain defining issues on the campaign trail, this belies a complex foreign policy dy...

Russia: An Uncertain Transition

As Vladimir Putin transfers his status as President of Russia to Dmitri Medvedev, Washington remains no c...

Middle East: No Presidential Swansong

As President Bush prepares to visit the Middle East for the second time this year, optimism remains tigh...

Iran: Options are Limited

Despite the increasing volume of criticism directed at Iran, the Administration has struggled to attain t...

Middle East Peace Process: In the Hands of Fate?

Even as Israeli-Palestinian tensions remain inflamed, the Administration continues to invest significant...

War on Terror: Standoff Action

The April 30th strike that is reported to have killed Adin Hashi Ayro, an al-Qaeda ally in Somalia, serves...

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