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New Nuclear Weapons: A Way of Living with a Nuclear Iran?

In an earlier analysis, we suggested that the Bush Administration would propose a new strategy for the n...

Change Ahead in the US-UK Relationship

In advance of the July 29th-30th series of meetings between President Bush and Prime Minister Brown, Brow...

Regulation: Treasury Concern over Chinese Investment Policy

During 2007 financial measures introduced by the US Treasury have significantly supported US foreign poli...

Oil: Looming Shortages and a New US Strategy

On July 18th, the National Petroleum Council, an advisory group drawn from the oil and gas industry, relea...

US Intelligence: Are the Reforms Working?

In April, Admiral Mike McConnell, the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), announced a 100-Day Plan for ...

Turkey: A More Awkward Partner?

The White House expected the victory of the ruling AK party in the July 22nd election and looks forward...

Regulation: Visas for the Skilled

Confusion is deepening over the availability of visas for those seeking to immigrate to the US based on ...

Pakistan: A Military or a Political Solution?

The mounting crisis in Pakistan has prompted an intense debate in Washington about US policy toward Pakis...

Russia: Hopes of Better Relations Unfulfilled

The hopes raised by the July 1st-2nd meeting between Presidents Bush and Putin have gone unfulfilled. Alt...

Iran: The Impact of a Terrorist Attack

In recent days Michael Chertoff, the head of the Department of Homeland Security, has warned of a heighten...

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