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Iraq: The Beginning of the End?

Analysts in Washington are struggling to discern the true direction of the Administration’s strategy fo...

Economic Downturn: The Impact on Foreign Policy

Since 9/11 US foreign policy and the domestic economy have proceeded along two independent tracks. The r...

Energy Security and Climate Change: The US versus the UN

On September 27th-28th the State Department will convene a meeting of representatives of the world’s majo...

Afghanistan: India Looks for Opportunities

The war in Afghanistan attracts much less attention in Washington than Iraq. Aside from reports of increa...

The Middle East Peace Process: US Has the Last Word

President Bush has called for a summit meeting in November – the tentative date is November 15th – to dis...

Iran: Rumors and Facts

The decibel level of rumors about a possible US military strike on Iran has increased again. Whether in th...

Turkey: A Sigh of Relief

State Department officials have welcomed the August 28th election of Abdullah Gul as Turkey’s new preside...

Japan: US Welcomes the Return of Familiar Faces

US officials have welcomed Prime Minister Abe’s August 27th cabinet reshuffle – and the resultant rise in...

Kazakhstan: More Worries on Oil and Central Asia

We have drawn attention to the priority afforded by the Administration to Central Asia. The US strategy i...

Iran: The Risk Ticks Up

Our earlier analyses about the risk of US military action against Iran have established three principles: ...

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