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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?
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Iran: Nuclear Headache is Just Beginning
(Belfer Center, 3/20/2003) Read More...


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Iran: Revolting Against the Revolution?
(Heritage Foundation, 6/18/2003) Read More...


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Iran’s Emerging National Compact
(World Policy Journal, 9/1/2002) Read More...


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Iran’s Simmering Discontent
(World Policy Journal, 3/1/2002) Read More...


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Iran's Crumbling Revolution
Nearly a quarter-century after the revolution, economic failure and a bankrupt ideology have discredited the Islamic Republic. By Jahangir Amuzegar. (Foreign Affairs, 1/1/2003, $) Read More...


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Iran's New Revolution
The theocratic regime that seized power in 1979 is unlikely to survive, but the driving force behind that revolution is prompting ordinary Iranians to go out and get what they need for themselves. By ... Read More...


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Maintain International Pressure and Sanctions on Iran
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Stay the Course on Sanctions Against Iran and Libya
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The Bush Doctrine Targets Iran
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The Rise of Iran's Reformers Requires a Cautious U.S. Response
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U.S. and Iran -- What Next?
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Iraq is no Vietnam: The U.S. must not flee
Asserts that "The real danger is not that the United States will stay too long in Iraq -- as France, Germany and other critics fear -- but that it will leave too soon." (Globe and Mail, 10/31/2003) 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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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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Can China's Tolerance Last?
(Arms Control Association, 1/1/2002) 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 and the Asian Contagion
So far China has avoided Southeast Asia's financial crisis, but it shares many of the underlying weaknesses that brought on the panic. By Nicholas R. Lardy. (Foreign Affairs, 7/1/1998, $) Read More...


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China and the Korean Peninsula
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China and the World
The global community is seeking to encourage China the aspiring global citizen while avoiding appeasement of China the dictator. (Nixon Center / Washington Times, 10/1/1998) Read More...


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China Holds the Key to Unlocking the North Korean Crisis
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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: Fiscal Policies for Economic Development
Q & A with Xiang Huaicheng, Finance Minister of the People’s Republic of China (Nixon Center, 4/22/2002) Read More...


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China’s Health Calamity: Causes and Consequences.
A Panel Discussion with Bates Gill, Myron Cohen and David M. Lampton   (Nixon Center, 6/4/2003) Read More...


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China’s People’s Liberation Army: Its Future and American Interests
(Nixon Center, 12/1/1998) Read More...


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China's Bid for Permanent Normal Trade Relations
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China's Big Mac Attack
"Global capitalism pushes one way, and local consumers push right back. Herewith, a parable of globalization." By James L. Watson. (Foreign Affairs, 5/1/2000, $) Read More...


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