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The Middle East: A Revived Peace Process?

President Bush’s July 16th call for a Middle East peace conference to be chaired by Secretary of State ...

Regulation: Public Ownership of Foreign Companies

Senior staffers on Capitol Hill report rising concerns about foreign government influence over investm...

Japan: Concerns about An Ally

Relations with Japan have been one of the bright spots of the Bush Administration’s foreign policy. Pres...

Global Trade: Is the US Opting Out?

Rising US skepticism about global trade is one of our flashpoints for 2007. In the wake of his political w...

Turkey: Trying to Maintain the Calm

In advance of Turkey’s parliamentary elections on July 22nd, the chief objective of US efforts is, as one ...

Iraq: The Costs for the Republican Party

Events and papers sponsored by his hard-core supporters still offer an undiminished defense of Presi...

Russia: A Friendlier Tone but the Trend is Negative

The July 2nd meeting between Presidents Bush and Putin has produced a friendlier tone in US-Russia relati...

China: New Sources of Criticism, Dangers for South Korea

New publicity relating to health and safety defects in Chinese products sold in the US – raised, for exam...

Regulation: More Corruption Cases against Foreign Companies

The Department of Justice (DoJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) carry the principal responsib...

Iran: Where Will We Be in 2009?

Throughout his presidency President Bush has taken a harsh rhetorical line toward Tehran, vowing not to l...

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