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South Korea: A New Beginning?

President Bush’s invitation to South Korean President Lee Myung-bak’s to visit Camp David during his Apri...

Taiwan: An Acceptable Level of Warmth

The April 12th meeting between Taiwanese Vice-President-elect Vincent Siew and Chinese President Hu Jintao...

Saudi Arabia: The Strategic Pivot

Recent visits to Saudi Arabia by key members of the Administration, from the President down, represent ef...

Iran: Hot Rhetoric, Cool Action

Over the past week, the Administration’s anti-Iranian criticism has toughened significantly. Further, it ...

Financial Regulation: Much Talk, Less Action

The March 31st release of Treasury Secretary Paulson’s Blueprint for Regulatory Reform has sought to spar...

Russia: Striking the Balance

The conclusion of NATO’s Bucharest Summit, and the final dialogue between Presidents Putin and Bush, has b...

The Asia-Pacific: It’s All About China

The Bush Administration has consistently emphasized engagement with China as part of its strategy of int...

Iraq Policy: Looking for a Destination

As expected, President Bush announced on April 10th his decision to halt further withdrawals from Iraq po...

China: Espionage Is Added to Agenda

The current list of irritants in US-China relations is a full one. Tibet dominates the headlines but Darf...

Central Asia: Asserting Itself

Beyond the headlines, the “new great game” for energy resources and geopolitical advantage in Central As...

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