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Turkey: The Administration Treads Carefully

The Administration continues to act cautiously with regard to the unfolding political developments in Tu...

Russia: Energy Pipelines are the Weapons of Choice

US officials are pleased that, at their meeting on May 15th, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Presid...

Iran: A Point of No Return?

With the May 23rd deadline looming for the Iranian response to the UN Security Council Resolution 1747, th...

China: The Dangers of a Failed Dialogue

In advance of the 22nd-23rd May second round of the Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED) between the US and Chi...

Afghanistan: Forgotten but Uncontroversial

The US maintains about 23,000 troops in Afghanistan. At current rates of spending total military costs t...

China, Japan, South Korea: An Uneasy Mix of Economics and Security

The Administration has its hands full with China. On May 22nd -24th the second round of the Strategic Econ...

Middle East: Democratic Reform No Longer the Top Priority

In a speech delivered at the American University in Cairo on June 20th, 2005, Secretary of State Rice pra...

Russia: Intervention by Rice, the Old Russia Hand

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will visit Moscow from May 14th-15th. By professional background she...

Vice-President Cheney: A Premature Obituary?

For the past month, foreign Ambassadors in Washington have been reporting to their capitals that the co...

Saudi Arabia: Public Strains, Private Tensions

US relations with Saudi Arabia are never transparent but are often controversial. In the last week, articl...

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