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Asia: APEC as a new NATO

Bush’s attendance at the Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) summit to be held in Hanoi on November...

Foreign Policy Reassertion: Target Iran?

As prospects for full success in Iraq diminish, foreign policy specialists in Washington are beginning t...

Iran: The Next in Line

US officials describe Iran as the “bookend” of the North Korean situation. By this they mean that North ...

Israeli Concerns Overshadow the Middle East Peace Process

Over the past weeks top Administration leaders including Bush and Rice have come under sustained privat...

India: Clouds over the Honeymoon?

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s comments on October 14th that progress on world trade is impossi...

Japan and the Nuclear Bomb

A much-discussed question in Washington is how the North Korean crisis will affect Japan’s interest in ...

North Korea: Calm, Waiting for China

The Administration drew considerable satisfaction from the UN Security Council’s authorization of sanct...

Japan: Post-Electoral Continuity Foreseen

US relations with Japan continue to be an oasis of calm in American international relations. Prime Minis...

India: Concerns over the Civil Nuclear Deal

The Administration breathed a sign of relief when the US-India civil nuclear deal passed the House of Re...

China: The IMF and Currency Issues

Washington’s new acceptance of expanding voting powers for China in the IMF is designed, we hear from U...

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