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Chrysler: A Whiff of Anti-Chinese Protectionism?

In late February, DaimlerChrysler announced that it was seeking a buyer for its Chrysler unit in the US. ...

Iraq: Sinking Confidence

Despite the bold face he maintains in public, President Bush is being advised in private that military ...

The Democratic Congress: The Impact on Foreign Policy

Although the Democrats have exercised control of the Congress for only two months, the key themes of t...

Afghanistan/Iraq: The Choice Presents Itself Again with Pakistan in the Middle

In September 2006 we wrote that the US faced a choice between “losing in both Iraq and Afghanistan or los...

North Korea: Normalization within Reach

In contrast to the Middle East, the prospects for progress on North Korea are more positive. President ...

Iran: A Step Back from War

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s announcement on February 27thviewth, General Peter Pace, Chairman of...

Military Readiness: A Growing Concern but More than Enough for Iran

The overall budget for the US military is spread through a number of Departments. According to official ...

China: Shanghai Sneezes, The World Catches Cold

The sharp decline in the Shanghai stock exchange on February 27th elicited an energetic response from US...

Russia: Neither Cold War Nor Peaceful Coexistence

The aftershocks of Russian President Putin’s February 10th speech in Munich, in which he criticized US for...

Pakistan: US Attitudes Hardening

With US intelligence analysts predicting a rise in Taliban attacks in Afghanistan in the coming months, ...

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