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Letting Go: The Economy
Series of opinions of U.S. handover to Iraq government. This concentrates on the Iraqi economy. By Bathsheba Crocker. (Washington Post, 6/20/2004) Read More...


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Letting Go: The United Nations
Series of opinions of U.S. handover to Iraq government. This concentrates on the United Nations role. By Nancy E. Soderberg. (Washington Post, 6/20/2004) Read More...


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Letting Go: The Iraqis
Series of opinions of U.S. handover to Iraq government. This concentrates on impact on the Iraqis. By Richard W. Murphy. (Washington Post, 6/20/2004) Read More...


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Taking on the Kremlin
As Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Russia's richest man and former head of Yukos Oil, goes on trial for tax evasion, fraud and embezzlement, his Torontonian lawyer fears the outcome may have already been decide... Read More...


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The Crisis Within
In Saudi Arabia, rebellion and reform seize center stage. By Thomas W. Lippman. (Washington Post, 6/13/2004) Read More...


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Did Iran Use Chalabi to Lure U.S. into Iraq?
The Bush administration's disenchantment with its onetime favorite Iraqi client, Ahmad Chalabi, has centered on the explosive allegation that he and his associates may have forwarded highly classified... Read More...


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IA-Forum Interview: The Honorable Don Bonker
Mr. Don Bonker, former U.S. Congressman (Chairman of the House Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and Trade, senior member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee), talks about Iraq, Trade a... Read More...


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The Connection
Not so long ago, the ties between Iraq and al Qaeda were conventional wisdom. The conventional wisdom was right. By Stephen F. Hayes. (Weekly Standard, 6/7/2004) Read More...


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Gaining The Iraqis' Toleration
Argues that the United States will not secure Iraqi support unless it puts public security at the center of its military strategy. By James Dobbins and Philip H. Gordon. (Washington Post, 5/28/2004) Read More...


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Amsterdamned
Worried by rising oil prices, the rich world's has called on OPEC to raise oil production. With only Saudia Arabia benefiting from increased production will the cartel oblige? A discussion on the po... Read More...


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Our Soldiers and Us
Analyzes military society and its reflection on society. By Eliot A. Cohen. (Washington Post, 5/25/2004) Read More...


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Kosovo's religious tables turned
Discusses the problems of religious freedom in Kosovo. By Lawrence A. Uzzell. (Christian Science Monitor, 5/20/2004) Read More...


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Crush the Insurgents in Iraq
What George W. Bush can learn from Lincoln and Sherman. By William Kristol & Lewis E. Lehrman.(Weekly Standard, 5/23/2004). Read More...


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The U.S. War on Iraq
Focus brief on Iraq conflict. (Le Monde Diplomatique) Read More...


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A Foreign Policy, Falling Apart
Analysis and critique of U.S. foreign policy regarding Iraq. By Robert G. Kaiser. (Washington Post, 5/23/2004) Read More...


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Seeking an honourable way out
As insurgents kill another member of the Iraqi Governing Council, George Bush and Tony Blair are under pressure both to send more troops and to present a clear plan for how they will get out of Iraq. ... Read More...


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Suspicious sanctions
George Bush's recent moves against Syria will play well at home but have little effect on President Assad's regime, writes Brian Whitaker (The Guardian, May 17, 2004) Read More...


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CORPORATE MERCENARIES Part 1: Profit comes with a price
Discusses private military companies (PMCs) in Iraq. By David Isenberg. (Asia Times, 5/19/2004) Read More...


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CORPORATE MERCENARIES Part 2: Myths and mystery
Second part of article discussing private military companies (PMCs) in Iraq. By David Isenberg. (Asia Times, 5/20/2004) Read More...


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Turning Points
Will the modern era come undone in Iraq? By Robin Wright. (Washington Post, 5/16/2004) Read More...


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Israeli debate: Bring the settlers home
Discusses the settlers and forces of the extreme right who won the referendum on Ariel Sharon's disengagement plan. (International Herald Tribune, 5/13/2004) Read More...


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How the U.S. Can Get Out
Offers alternate suggestions for U.S. withdrawal from Iraq. By Yossi Alpher. (Washington Post, 5/15/2004) Read More...


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Rumsfeld's actions speak louder
Offers suggestions to prevent another Abu Ghraib. By Kerry Kennedy Cuomo and Michael Posner. (Boston Globe, 5/15/2004) Read More...


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Covering up the coverup
Alan Dershowitz writes that the roots of the Abu Ghraib issue lies in the White House. (Boston Globe, 5/15/2004) Read More...


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Anti-Americanism in Korea: Closing Perception Gaps
Discusses the current state of US/ROK relations, dispels some misconceptions,and prescribes some strategies to improve the ties between these longtime allies (Center for Strategic and International... Read More...


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Now You See 'Em, Now You Don't: Elusive Six-Party Talks
Summary of current multilateral negotiations with the DPRK and a highlight of some of the inherent challenges (Center for Strategic and International Studies, December, 2003) Read More...


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Never Mind The Nukes?
Summarizes the recent ROK/DPRK diplomatic activity and includes a timeline of ROK/DPRK diplomatic interaction. Argues that despite the DPRK admission of nuclear weapons pursuits, ROK/DPRK relations h... Read More...


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The Nuclear Issue Sputters Along
While the North Korean nuclear weapons issue continues to make headlines, very little of substance has been accomplished in negotiations. Includes a chronology of key events. (Center for Strategic... Read More...


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Symbolic Links, Real Gaps
Argues that while South-North relations continue to be warm, most of the DPRK reform measures seem to be merely symbolic rather than substantive. Includes a chronology of key events. (Center for S... Read More...


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A Turning Point For China?
Discusses the current state of relations between China and the Koreas. Includes a chronology of key events. (Center for Strategic and International Studies, June, 2003) Read More...


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