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Iraq: Gradual Disengagement, But the End in Sight

When President Obama unveiled his plan for withdrawing 90,000 US troops from Iraq next year, observers sen...

Global Economy: The Detroit Big Three and the Ailing Economy

The “big-three” of the US auto industry have reported huge drops in sales during February, dealing a new ...

North Korea: Still on the Sidelines

Despite reports of preparations for a possible long-range missile test and continued belligerent rhe...

Iran Policy: Will Dennis Ross Be In Charge?

As the Administration seeks to reformulate its relations with the Middle East, US Secretary of State...

Pakistan: It Only Gets Worse

US officials were extremely disappointed by Pakistan’s announcement last week that it had negotiated a...

Clinton in Asia: The Implications of Her Visit

After having discussed a range of issues, including the global economic crisis, the prevention of nuc...

Economy: Uncertainties Mount

The economic downturn has caused a flurry of public announcements and a continuous outpour of macroeco...

Venezuela: Another Claim on Washington’s Attention

President Hugo Chávez’s successful referendum to lift term limits for all elected officials has brough...

Central Asia: An Uncomfortable Logistical Dependency on Moscow

The February 19th vote of the Kyrgyz Parliament to close the key US air base “Manas” is once again drawin...

Afghanistan: Action Starts, Strategy Lags

Afghanistan was at the top of the agenda at the February 19th summit of NATO allies that in the Polish ci...

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