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US Defense Spending: The Trajectory is Upward

In the wake of 9/11 US defense spending surged to new heights. The Iraq War has brought further increases....

Turkey: A Renewed Importance

In his Senate testimony, Gates made specific mention of Turkey. This was not accidental. Pentagon official...

Iran: Out of Sight, Not Out of Mind

The Administration’s focus on Iraq has allowed Iran to fall out of the headlines. But the issue continues...

Iraq: Looking Over the Precipice

In private, top State Department officials now acknowledge that Iraq is “irretrievable.” They say that US ...

China: The Negatives Play in the Background

Beyond its focus on the Middle East, the US continues to pay close attention to China. Opinions remain di...

Russia: America’s New Enemy?

In addition to what they saw as the positive decisions over Afghanistan at last week’s NATO summit, US of...

Foreign Investment: More Scrutiny Ahead?

The pace of activity to reform the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS) is picking up in Wash...

Vice-President Cheney: In the Oval Office or On the Sidelines?

Iraq aside, the most important decision President Bush will face before leaving office in 2008 is over po...

Iran: the Israeli Dimension

Following the meeting between Bush and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on November 13th, possible Is...

China/India: The US Looks On Warily

US officials have been following Chinese President Hu Jintao’s visit to India with interest. Given the ...

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