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Palestine/Israel: Stagnation Continues

In assessing the prospects for progress on the Middle East peace process, the two key figures to watch ...

Japan: A Tough Message from Cheney

Unlike most Vice-Presidents, Dick Cheney travels abroad infrequently. When he does so, he addresses imp...

Iran: Keeping Options Open

Iran’s February 22nd rejection of UN demands to halt its nuclear program came after a flurry of news rep...

Iran: Volatility Continues

The pattern of mixed messages on Iran continues with the US military in Iraq sounding more aggressive t...

Russia: New Great Game or New Cold War?

Previously, we have drawn attention to the deteriorating relationship between the US and Russia. For so...

North Korea: Disputes Inside the Administration

The February 12th agreement with North Korea to dismantle its nuclear program has encountered a barrage ...

Japan and the Yen: Politics before Economics

At the G7 Finance Ministers meeting in Germany on February 9th-10th, Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson resi...

Central Asia: New US Initiative for Energy, Bases and Influence

On February 14th Richard Boucher, the State Department’s top official for Central Asia, attended the ina...

Iraq: One Last Push before Retreat?

The real debate in Washington about Iraq is driven by US domestic politics. A staff member of the Senate F...

Iran: Cooling Down in Washington, Heating Up in Tel Aviv

We detect signs that the Administration feels that its anti-Iran rhetoric has got ahead of the facts and ...

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