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Central Asia: The US Military Renews Its Interest

US officials have long stressed to us their interest in Central Asia as an arena of competition with Ru...

Turkey: Getting Relations Back on Track

After a period of strain, the White House is making new efforts to re-invigorate relations with Turkey. O...

Africa: Plenty of Rhetoric, But Caution Prevails

The unfolding crises in Chad and Kenya have spurred a flurry of activity by the Administration. Following...

China: Hostility is Building

Taiwanese Presidential elections, scheduled for March 20th, have historically been a source of tension be...

US-NATO: Real Tensions but NATO Will Endure

Pentagon briefings about Afghanistan are generally optimistic. However, as we have reported, concern has ...

Pakistan: The Devil You Know

In advance of the February 28th elections in Pakistan, US officials are focused on maintaining stability. W...

Environment: The Administration Moves Slowly

At the time of President Bush’s 2007 State of the Union address, we anticipated that the Administration w...

Egypt and Gaza: An Opening for Hamas?

US officials have responded with dismay to the breach of the border between Gaza and Egypt. They fear that...

Israel and Iran: The Wild Card and an American Nightmare

For over a year, we have discounted the probability of a US attack on Iran. In doing so, however, we have...

US Economy and Foreign Policy: A Shifting World Order

Top US leaders including President Bush in his final State of the Union address continue to stress the un...

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