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The Paradoxes of American Military Power
Explores strange new guidelines about the way the United States fights in Iraq. By Victor Davis Hanson. (National Review, 11/17/2003) Read More...


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Shakedown in the Souk
Discusses potential risks and rewards of a policy reversal in Iraq. By John F. Cullinan. (National Review, 11/17/2003) Read More...


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Clinton Fails to Make the Case For American Troops in Bosnia
(Heritage Foundation, 10/23/1995) Read More...


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Europe and America
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Defusing the Missile Crisis in the Aegean
Suggests that the U.S. should promote a fresh set of initiatives to defuse the crisis between Greece and Turkay regarding Cyprus. By James H. Anderson, Ph.D. and James Phillips. (Heritage Foundation, ... Read More...


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U.S.-European Strategic Bargains: Old and New
Lecture by Kim R. Holmes. (Heritage Foundation, 11/13/1998) Read More...


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The United States and Europe in the 21st Century: Partners or Competitors
(Heritage Foundation, 3/20/2000) Read More...


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Myth About America's Commitment In Kosovo
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The United States Should Oppose Expansion of the U.N. Security Council
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The International Criminal Court vs. the American People
Defends U.S. rejection of Criminal Court (ICC), formed to investigate, try, and punish individuals who violate certain international human rights norms. (Heritage Foundation, 2/5/1999) Read More...


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Fiddling in Rome: America and the International Criminal Court
U.S. negotiators at the International Criminal Court conference in Italy missed their chance. Washington cannot accept the court as is. Now what? By Ruth Wedgwood. (Foreign Affairs, 11/1/1998, $) Read More...


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Congress Should Hold the Line on U.N. Reform
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Does U.S. Foreign Assistance Elicit Support for U.S. Policy? Not at the United Nations
(Heritage Foundation, 10/22/1999) Read More...


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Setting the Tone for America's Relationship with the United Nations
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The United States and the United Nations: What to Expect in the Future
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The United States, the United Nations, and the Future of the Nation-State
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Humanitarian Aid Is Not a Military Business
In Iraq, the US use of humanitarian aid as a political asset threatens the efficiency and equity of aid operations. (Belfer Center, 4/15/2003) Read More...


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No, the UN is Right for the Job
Those in the Bush administration who celebrate the end of the United Nations are grievously mistaken. In the dangerous world after Sept. 11, we need to learn how better to use it, not lose it. (Belfer... Read More...


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War Crimes Trials
Any organization calling for examination of American conduct in Iraq has lost all credibility, both with the US government and the American people. By Paul Rosenzweig. (Heritage Foundation, 4/22/200... Read More...


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Sidelined on Human Rights: America Bows Out
By blocking international treaties banning land mines and child soldiers, the United States has become an obstacle to the advancement of human rights law. By Kenneth Roth. (Foreign Affairs, 3/1/1998) Read More...


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Turkey at a Critical Juncture
A policy brief in which Zeyno Baran warns of the challenges facing the new Turkish government and with it the transatlantic relationship with the US. (Nixon Center, 2/20/2003) Read More...


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Turkey, Iraq, and the United States: Getting the Post-War Situation Right
A discussion with Cengiz Candar, Senior Columnist and CNN-Turk political analyst and Larry Diamond, Senior Fellow at Hoover Institution   (Nixon Center, 5/15/2003) Read More...


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U.N. Authorization for War with Iraq Is Unnecessary
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America the Vulnerable
September 11 revealed the soft underbelly of globalization. Washington must work with other governments to make international trade safe -- or else close the book on globalization. By Stephen E. Flynn... Read More...


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Preparing for the Next Attack
The United States is the target of a few hostile nations and terrorist groups, some of them state-sponsored. To meet these new threats, Washington must pursue three strategies: prevention, deterrence... Read More...


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The Rogue Who Came in From the Cold
President Bush must figure out how to keep the pressure on while recognizing Libya's progress and helping reintegrate it into the world community. By Ray Takeyh. (Foreign Affairs, 5/1/2001) Read More...


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The Nightmare of Bioterrorism
Biological terrorism is now a greater menace than ever, yet the world remains woefully unprepared to protect itself. It is time to seriously rethink the U.S. approach to this deadly threat. By Laurie... Read More...


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France, the United States and the 'War on Terrorism'
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Evolving U.S.-China Military Ties with China and Taiwan.
A discussion with the Honorable Kurt Campbell  (Nixon Center, 1/30/2003) Read More...


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Symposium on America’s War on Terrorism
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