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Pakistan: Lovers Out of Love

President Musharraf’s decision to resign his military position has softened the US criticism of him. US ...

The US and China: Putting the Best Face on Tough Times

In advance of the next round of the next round of the Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED) to be held near Be...

Iran: Order out of Chaos

In our advance discussions of the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on Iran we anticipated it would c...

Australia and Japan: Both Moving in Beijing’s Direction?

Last week, we highlighted the end of what US officials described as a “Golden Age” in US-Japan relations. ...

Russia: Cracks inside the Administration

In the run-up to the December 2nd Duma elections, Russian actions have fuelled a new wave of official crit...

Global Climate Change: A Greener White House?

The photograph of former Vice-President Gore alongside President Bush at a White House reception for No...

Saudi Arabia: One Prince in Washington, One in Moscow

US delight at the attendance of Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal at the Annapolis Conference was quic...

The Peace Process: Assessing Reality

All sides have obligations under Annapolis. However, the most revealing measures of whether US policy i...

The Dollar and OPEC

As emphasized by Treasury Secretary Paulson, the Administration’s policy is to defend a “strong” dollar....

Iraq and Afghanistan: Out of the News, But Still In Mind

As we have reported, President Bush has succeeded in easing the political controversy of his Iraq polic...

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