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North Korea: Frustration but No Crisis

Debate about North Korea took the headlines at last week’s APEC meeting. US frustration at the South Kor...

Guest Article: Oil Down, Dollar Up

The following is the first in a series of occasional articles from guest writers. The writer, a senior ...

Iraq: Many Studies, Few Solutions

Washington is in the grip of “study fever” about Iraq. At least three studies are in progress: the Iraq...

Libya: Opportunity Beckons

Out of sight of the other Middle East issues, US relations with Libya continue to improve. Human rights...

India: Care Needed

As we have reported earlier, there is strong endorsement of a closer US relationship with India – as th...

Israel: The Green Light Still Shines

In his meeting with Bush on November 13th, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert received assurances that he enjoys ...

China: Clouds over a Good Relationship?

US-China relations have prospered under the Bush Administration, but may be set for a rougher ride unde...

Iraq: Too Much Hype for the Iraq Survey Group

A great deal of expectation is vested in the forthcoming report of the Iraq Study Group (ISG). We sense ...

The Republicans and Foreign Policy: Adjusting to the New Reality

Like President Bush, the Republicans as a party also face difficult choices. The principal question facing...

Bush the Man: Character comes into play

Although substantially weakened, the power and prestige of the presidency mean that Bush still stands at...

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