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Turkey: The US Leans toward the Turkish General Staff

The escalating political tensions in Turkey relating to the election of a new president are raising an un...

Ballistic Missile Defense

The successful April 27th test over the Pacific of a new phase of the US anti-ballistic missile defense (B...

China, Japan and oil

The ambiguity of US relations with China continues to shape the debate in Washington. The Administratio...

Iran and Israel: The Unstable Equation

There is evidence that US-Iran relations are reaching a tipping point. Javier Solana, the EU’s top foreign...

Trade: Reviving the Doha Round

Pascal Lamy, the head of the World Trade Organization, visited Washington from April 23rd-25th to advocat...

Russia and the US: The Downward Spiral Accelerates

The downward trajectory in US-Russia relations which we established as one of our flashpoints for 2007 has...

Japan and the US: Big Plans, Looming Problems

US relations with Japan are entering a new phase, as was shown by the April 25th – 26th visit to Washingto...

Nigeria and US oil: Waiting for a New Orange Revolution

White House and State Department spokesmen criticized the April 22nd elections in Nigeria as “deeply flaw...

Iraq: The Worst Lies Ahead

The circle of those in Washington who believe that President Bush’s current strategy will deliver tangib...

Energy and Central Asia: Turkmenistan as the key to outflanking Gazprom

US criticism of the business practices of Gazprom, the Russian energy giant, exemplifies the climate of d...

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