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Iran: It’s more than Nuclear Weapons

A change of emphasis is taking place in the US approach to Iran. State Department officials tell us that t...

China: Disappointment in Beijing Impacts Japan, South Korea

The inaugural US-China Strategic Economic Dialogue held in Beijing from 14th-15th December was a disappoint...

Space: The New Frontier for Great Power Competition

In earlier comments (The Swoop of October 29th) on the new US “National Space Policy,” we drew attention t...

The Wider Middle East: Dissension in Riyadh and Washington

The reasons behind the abrupt resignation of Prince Turki al-Faisal as Saudi Ambassador in Washington re...

China: Good Cop and Bad Cop

Administration officials repeatedly stress that keeping the US-China relationship in good working orde...

Election Results in Taiwan: The US Breathes Easier

At a time of a crowded US agenda with China, US officials anxiously watched last week’s mayoral election...

North Korea: The Crisis still Under Control

The resumption of six-party talks on December 18th offers a rare bright spot in US diplomacy. While US o...

Nigeria: Political Instability and Oil Production

Demonstrations have taken place outside the White House recently in support of opposition candidates f...

India: Nuclear Deal Safe but Negotiations Continue

The Administration is seriously worried that the Indian government will interpret the last-minute diffi...

Iraq: The Way Forward is The Way Out

Despite the Administration’s embrace of “The Way Forward” as its new slogan, sources close to the Pentago...

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