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Presidential Candidates and International Trade: Where Are They?

 The issue of international trade is gaining prominence on the US presidential campaign trail, amidst p...

Space: The New Battle Frontier?

The successful February 21st destruction of a faulty US reconnaissance satellite marks another shift in t...

Pakistan: Better or Worse for the Vote?

The electoral success of groups opposed to President Musharraf has forced the Administration to modify ...

Iran: Are The Mullahs Ready to Cooperate?

The recent postponement of tentative US-Iranian talks in Baghdad highlights the broader uncertainty withi...

Telecommunications Surveillance: The Politics Remain Bitter

The postponed passage of legislation modifying the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) points up...

North Korea: Playing Out Time

In public testimony US officials are putting a brave face on negotiations with North Korea, claiming that ...

Russia: Antagonisms Rise on Both Sides

While over the past year we have described a downward trajectory in US-Russia relations, we have also note...

Middle East Peace Process: Secret Progress or On Life Support?

The continued escalation of violence between Israel and Hamas threatens to render the Annapolis peace pro...

Iraq: The Next President Will Inherit 100,000 Troops

During his February 10th visit to Baghdad, Secretary of State Gates reached agreement with General Petraeu...

Presidential Politics: Sharp Divergences in the Middle East, Convergence Elsewhere

As the presidential primary process unfolds, there is now greater clarity over the major foreign policy ...

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