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Trade: South Korea and China

The Free Trade Agreement signed on April 2nd with South Korea faces an uncertain fate in the Senate where ...

Russia: Bush Assures Putin US Does not Seek a New Cold War

US officials are sufficiently concerned about rising US tensions with Russia to have prompted President B...

Syria, Hezbollah and Israel: Is a New US Policy Emerging?

President Bush strongly condemned the April 4th meeting in Damascus between House of Representatives Spe...

Iran: Lessons from the British Incident

Throughout the episode of the captured British naval personnel, the Administration’s approach was nota...

Russia and China: Two Major Relationships in the Balance

Relations with both Russia and China threaten to slip out of the White House’s control and become more ex...

Trade and Finance: Pressures from Washington Increase

After a decade in which Washington has been committed to expanding free trade, a change is now in proces...

Iraq and the Middle East

The votes in Congress during the week of March 25th have set new parameters for the White House. An Admi...

Iran: The Path toward A Confrontation No-one Wants

The March 23rd incident involving the capture of British Naval personnel underlines the extreme volatil...

Oil: A Constraint on US Foreign Policy

Since President Bush’s call in February 2006 for the US to end its “addiction to oil,” US officials have b...

China: Wen Jiabao visits Japan: Keeping Japan in the US Camp

The planned visit to Japan from April 11th by Chinese premier Wen Jiabao is producing unusual scrutiny i...

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