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China: Differences are Put Aside

Secretary of State Clinton’s arrival in Beijing offers a timely opportunity for the Administration to ...

The Economy: The Issue that Impacts Everything

Racing to reverse the country’s economic spiral, President Obama signed the $787 billion economic stimu...

India: The Ties that Bind

Ever since the conclusion of the historic civil-nuclear agreement under President Bush, US-Indian relat...

Iran: Mixed Messages, Unsettled Policy

 While the Administration is said to be embarking upon a new era in US-Iranian relations by extending a ...

Vice President Biden’s Speech in Munich: What’s New and What Isn’t

In his February 7th speech at the Munich Security Conference, US Vice President Joe Biden outlined key ...

Israel: More Roadblocks for US Middle East Policy

Israel’s inconclusive general election on February 10th has raised concern in Washington and beyond. Whi...

The Economic Stimulus Package: Disquieting Questions about the Political Process

The economic crisis continues to overshadow every issue on the Administration’s agenda. However, th...

North Korea: An Unwelcome Surprise but No Policy Changes As Yet

North Korea’s recent behavior marks only the latest in a series of provocative actions that continue ...

Saudi Arabia: A Priority in the Region

The latest comments by Prince Turki al-Faisal, former director of Saudi intelligence and ambassador to...

Turkey: Some Uneasy Calculations for the Administration

Prime Minister Erdogan’s stormy intervention about Israel's policies in Gaza made at the World Economic...

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