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Iran: Action Shifts to the IAEA

As the IAEA considers the report of Director El-Baradei about Iran’s account of its nuclear program, the US...

Japan: End of the Golden Age

The November 16th meeting between President Bush and Prime Minister Fukuda marks a pivot point in US-Jap...

Pakistan: Bush Sets the Tone

Some parallels are emerging between President Bush’s approach to Pakistan and his policy on Iraq. When pl...

Making Foreign Investment Easier

With doubts increasing about the future of the US economy, the White House is signaling that it continues...

One Week, Four Leaders

A competition is underway among foreign governments for the inside track to the White House. In the past...

Iran: More Evidence for Diplomacy

Over the past months, our analysis on Iran has stressed the unlikelihood of a military attack. Nonetheles...

Pakistan: Hopeful on Musharraf, Concerned about Bhutto

10 days ago Administration officials feared they faced a potentially catastrophic crisis in Pakistan. Toda...

The Middle East Peace Process: Is it now about Iran?

Following Secretary of State Rice’s return from the Middle East, it has become clear that the Iran factor ...

China: The Administration Persists in Seeking Good Relations

We have noted on several occasions the Administration’s commitment to stable relations with China despit...

America Abroad: Soldiers Replace Diplomats?

By one calculation, the entire State Department now numbers fewer personnel than are needed for one of th...

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