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The New Drivers: October-December

Overall: US foreign policy will be inwardly focused, with domestic politics and the economy dominating ...

Taiwan: The US is Siding with China

The US criticism of plans by Taiwan president Chen Shuibien to hold a referendum on Taiwan’s UN membership...

The Republicans: A Sense of Foreboding

In contrast to the Democrats whose election prospects we assess as bright, the Republicans are in a sour m...

Old Europe: The Return to Favor of France

With the departure of Britain’s Tony Blair and the election of French president Nicholas Sarkozy, US rela...

Russia: Less Familiar, Less Comfortable

The unexpected appointment of Viktor Zubkov has brought home to US officials and the wider analytic commu...

Iran: Reading the Signals Right

US and international commentators are fuelling speculation about military force against Iran. Our most re...

China: The Administration on Its Best Behavior

In preparation for his meeting with President Hu Jintao, President Bush had a long list of current topics...

The Democrats: On Course to Win – and To Reap a Whirlwind

Political conditions remain favorable for the Democrats. Opinion polls indicate that they are strong favo...

Iran: Focus on Iraq, not Nuclear Weapons

In our last key judgment on Iran, we noted that the main driver of possible military action has switched ...

Japan: Back to the Drawing Board?

The sudden resignation of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe surprised Washington. As we had reported, the Admini...

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