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Middle East: Isolating Hamas, Alarm about Lebanon

The search for Middle East peace has been as elusive for the Bush Administration as for its predecessors....

Risks: July-September

System-wide risk arises in the Middle East, with an attempt underway by some US and Israeli officials to...

Rewards: July-September

Even as US foreign policy becomes more introspective as the 2008 election cycle unfolds, there will be o...

The New Drivers: July-September

US foreign policy will be increasingly driven by calculations about the 2008 Presidential and Congressio...

Iran: Are the Differences Irreconcilable?

While attention in Washington focuses on Iran’s nuclear program, advocates of a military solution argue t...

China Trade: More Trouble on the Way

Following the disappointing conclusion of last month’s session of the US-China Strategic Economic Dialogu...

Iraq: The Disconnect between Washington and Baghdad

At a time when US military activities are expanding in Iraq, different dynamics are playing out in Washi...

North Korea: Hopeful Signs, a Parallel for Iran?

Administration officials were embarrassed by the difficulties they encountered in restoring $25 million ...

Israel and Palestine: Preparing for a Grim Summer

President Bush’s meeting on June 19th with Prime Minister Ehud Olmert took place in an atmosphere of cris...

The Republicans: Can Cheney Exploit the Mood of Discontent?

On June 13th President Bush launched the Republican campaign to take back the Senate and House in 2008 toge...

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