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Democrats: Still No Master Plan for Foreign Policy

Democrats sense that deep popular opposition to the Bush Administration’s handling of foreign policy, no...

Iran: No Consensus on Future Policy

US officials remain divided about the next steps toward Iran. “We call our policy two-tracked,” a National...

Sudan: The Limits to US Aims

We have earlier drawn attention to Washington’s rising political dismay at events in Sudan. President Bus...

China: The Chill Deepens

Despite a barrage of public relations releases, Treasury officials have privately acknowledged to us thei...

US: Neo-Conservatives Lose Heart in Foreign Policy

Some US conservatives have greeted the forced resignation of Paul Wolfowitz from the World Bank as the fi...

Middle East: Volatility Increases

With the Administration’s top-level attention absorbed by Iraq, the new hostilities in Gaza and Lebanon h...

Iraq: Bases Designed for Decades

Last week we drew attention to contingency planning inside the Pentagon’s Joint Chiefs of Staff about rec...

China: After the Strategic Economic Dialogue

We had earlier noted that US officials were prepared for disappointment at the second round of the Strate...

Japan and India: A Joint Defense Destiny?

One of the enduring legacies of the Bush Administration will be much strengthened relations with Japan a...

US: A New Nuclear Weapons Program?

In its final 19 months, the Bush Administration will take further decisions about the so-called Reliable ...

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