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Iran: Policy Fatigue

The State Department’s condemnation of Iran’s parliamentary elections – even before the announcement o...

Cheney Abroad: Progress in Baghdad, Little in Riyadh

Given that Vice-President Cheney undertakes few overseas trips, special significance attaches to those he...

Washington’s World – December 31st – January 6th, 2008

1. The economies of the G-8 will be adversely affected for the first half of 2008 by the credit squeeze a...

Washington’s World – December 31st - January 6th, 2008

For 2008 we identify below the “flashpoints” that in our judgment will shape US foreign policy through...

China and Tibet: Clouds over the Olympics

The transition from pro-autonomy Tibetan protests into rioting and anti-Chinese violence has been met wi...

Turkey: Back in the Doghouse?

Following efforts to resuscitate cooperation since late 2007, Washington's relationship with Turkey is ag...

Latin America: Chasing an Advantage

Administration officials are seeking to exploit current tensions in the Andes to further US interests ...

Intelligence Reform: More Politics and Bureaucracy

Washington remains embroiled in political debate over the methods and structure of America's intelligenc...

Pakistan: Can the New Coalition Come Together?

US officials are moving rapidly to balance their relations with Islamabad, as the March 9th coalition agre...

NATO: A Complex Agenda

Already this year, challenges from a resurgent Russia, renewed tensions in the Balkans and concerns regar...

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