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Somalia: Out of Sight but Not Forgotten

The March 18th announcement by the State Department designating as a terrorist organization al-Shabaab, a m...

Foreign Investment: China in the Cross Hairs

We have regularly highlighted populist concerns over US-China relations as "flashpoints" for 2008. Anti-C...

Middle East Peace: Going Through the Motions

Four months on from the Annapolis conference, US attempts to restart the Middle East peace process strugg...

Iraq: Malaki’s Humiliation

Last month both Secretary of Defense Gates and General Petraeus stated the need to slow the pace of troop ...

NATO Expansion: Washington Reduces Its Ambitions

As the annual NATO summit opens in Bucharest on April 2nd, the issue of further eastern enlargement conti...

Japan: Is There Anyone in Charge?

We have earlier noted that US relations with Japan have been one of the Administration’s bright spots bas...

Turkey: New Complications

We have previously reported on the extent to which US-Turkey relations remain vulnerable to domestic pol...

Tibet and the Olympics: To Go or Stay Away?

Deep divisions have emerged inside the Administration on how to respond to events in Tibet. US officials...

North Korea: Not the Time for High Hopes

As we have indicated, progress on North Korean nuclear disarmament has stalled in 2008. The sticking point...

Russia: Strategic Framework or Sham?

The March 17th visit to Moscow by Secretary of State Rice and Secretary of Defense Gates continues the ‘tw...

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