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Foreign Investment: China Still Suspect

In earlier comments on foreign investment in the US, we have drawn attention to the likelihood that inve...

India: Looking Past the Nuclear Agreement

US relations with India have prospered during the Bush administration. This has not been accidental. Admi...

Africa: It’s Still About Terrorism and China

In normal times, African affairs attract little attention in Washington. A crisis, however, can produce a ...

Afghanistan: Remembering a Forgotten War

Secretary of Defense Gates is considering the deployment of an additional 3,000 US combat forces to Afghan...

Iran: Stable but Uneasy

In May 2006 the US offered conditional talks with Iran, the condition being that Iran agreed to suspend it...

Russia: Challenging the US in the Middle East

US officials are following Russian initiatives in the Middle East with close attention. A National Securi...

China and Japan: Wary Vigilance by the US

US officials have followed the recent visit to China by Japan’s new Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda with clos...

North Korea: Rice on Her Way?

The concert to be given in Pyongyang on February 26th by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra is playing an...

Pakistan: No Panic in the White House

The Administration echoed the international community’s shock and outrage over the assassination of Bena...

President Bush: Looking for a Foreign Policy Win in 2008

On January 28th President Bush delivers his 2008 State of the Union Address. In terms of foreign policy, W...

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