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Social Media: Americas: North America: United States

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A New U.S. Policy for Latin America: Reopening the Window of Opportunity
(Heritage Foundation, 2/15/2001) Read More...


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Advancing Free Trade in Latin America: The Test of Leadership
A discussion of U.S. trade policy with Latin America as it relates specifically to the Free Trade Area of the Americas and the Quebec summit on April 22, 2001. by Ana I. Eiras (Heritage Foundation, 4... Read More...


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Bush's Twin Headaches In Latin America
(Heritage Foundation, 12/20/2002) Read More...


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Clinton's Latin America Policy: A Legacy of Missed Opportunities
(Heritage Foundation, 7/6/1998) Read More...


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Restoring American Leadership in Latin America and the Caribbean
(Heritage Foundation, 9/25/1996) Read More...


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The Natural Market Fallacy: Slim Pickings in Latin America
America should not undermine global trade through a Free Trade Area of the Americas in the mistaken belief that it has natural markets in South America. By Bernard K. Gordon. (Foreign Affairs, 5/1/199... Read More...


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U.S. Interests in Latin America
(Heritage Foundation, 10/31/2002) Read More...


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U.S. Policy Toward Latin America: Lessons from Argentina
(Heritage Foundation, 1/15/2002) Read More...


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The U.S. Agenda at the Israeli-Palestine Summit
(Heritage Foundation, 10/14/1998) Read More...


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Palestine, Iraq, and American Strategy
Many critics argue that the Bush administration should put off a showdown with Saddam Hussein and focus instead on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Now, as in 1991, if a road to a calmer situation in... Read More...


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Iran in the Balance
To turn back victories by President Mohammad Khatami and his reformist allies, Iran's conservatives have embarked on a campaign of repression. As the two camps battle for control, the proper moves fro... Read More...


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Iran: Can the United States Do a Deal?
(Nixon Center, 12/1/2000) Read More...


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The Bush Doctrine Targets Iran
(Belfer Center, 6/6/2003) Read More...


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The Rise of Iran's Reformers Requires a Cautious U.S. Response
(Heritage Foundation, 2/25/2000) Read More...


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U.S. and Iran -- What Next?
(Nixon Center, 1/27/2002) Read More...


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The Axis of Hubris
On Israel and Peace. And an unsurprisingly unfavourable look at Neo-Conservatives. By Paul Craig Roberts. (Antiwar.com, 10/31/2003) Read More...


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A New Vision for Africa
Presents recommended priniples and priorities for President Bush’s policy on Africa. By Nile Gardiner. (Heritage Foundation, 7/3/2003) Read More...


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Bush's Lost Chances to Help Africa
(Belfer Center, 7/15/2003) Read More...


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Assessing the US-China Summit and Bilateral Ties.
A Discussion with Ambassadors James Lilley and Winston Lord. (Nixon Center, 11/8/2002) Read More...


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Best Fixes for U.S.-China Ties
(Nixon Center, 4/23/2001) Read More...


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China and America--The Way We Live Now
(World Policy Journal, 9/1/1999) Read More...


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China I: The Coming Conflict with America
"Many American policymakers and Sinologists believe that China will inevitably become non-ideological, pragmatic, materialistic, and progressively freer in its culture and politics. Beijing, however, ... Read More...


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China II: Beijing as a Conservative Power
Contends that "There is no "China threat," not because China is a benign giant but because it is too weak to challenge the balance of power. China can damage U.S. interests, but it does not require co... Read More...


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China-United States Sustained Dialogue
A Panel Discussion with Dr. Wang Jisi, Maxine Thomas, Hal Saunders, and Dr. Zi Zhongyun (Nixon Center, 3/19/2002) Read More...


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Painting China Green: The Next Sino-American Tussle
China gambled that economic growth would outpace environmental harm. It lost. Fixing the resultant damage may break the stalemate in U.S.-Chinese relations. By Elizabeth Economy. (Foreign Affairs, 3/... Read More...


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Roiling Asia: U.S. Coziness with China Upsets the Neighbors
The Clinton administration's new coziness with China has left India feeling insecure, Taiwan betrayed, and Japan ignored. By Ted Galen Carpenter. (Foreign Affairs, 11/1/1998, $) Read More...


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September 11 and U.S.-China Ties: A Chance for a New Strategic Partnership?
(Nixon Center, 12/12/2001) Read More...


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Small Mercies: China and America after 9/11
(Nixon Center, 12/1/2001) Read More...


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Stating America's Case to China's Hu Jintao: A Primer on U.S.-China-Taiwan Policy
(Heritage Foundation, 4/26/2002) Read More...


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The Bush Administration’s China Policy
A discussion with Kenneth Lieberthal (Nixon Center, 7/26/2001) Read More...


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