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South Korea: Struggling to Stay on Washington’s Radar Screen

Despite the busy agenda on North Korea, South Korea has been struggling to maintain visibility in Washin...

India: Stable but Awkward Relations

In the past weeks, US officials have praised the US-India relationship, calling it a “strategic opportuni...

Pakistan: A Problem without a Solution

Despite its initial harsh condemnation of President Musharraf’s declaration of emergency rule, the Admin...

Japan: US Trying Not to Worry

Pentagon officials have reacted calmly to the cessation on November 1st of the Japanese operation to refu...

Russia: An Israeli Dimension on US Attitudes

The October 18th talks in Moscow between Israeli Prime Minister Olmert and Russian President Putin are imp...

Economic Issues: The Rising Assets of Non-US Actors

Public statements from the Treasury about the US economy are increasingly cautious. In private, officials ...

Iran: Sanctions Success Eases War Pressures

Now that the US has imposed new sanctions on Iran, a vigorous debate is underway in Washington about how e...

The Middle East Peace Process: Furiously Treading Water

Amid the often-confusing flurry of preparatory activity for this month’s conference on the Middle East, ...

The Dollar: Strong Rhetoric, Soft Reality

In private assurances on October 19th to the G7 finance ministers meeting, Treasury Secretary Paulson repe...

Middle East peace conference: Expectations Lowered Again

The meeting on the Middle East announced by President Bush in July has a site – Annapolis – but as yet no ...

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