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Little to Show From Putin
By Michael McFaul. (Washington Post, 3/14/2004, Reg) Read More...


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Russia: A Normal Country
Conventional wisdom in the West says that post-Cold War Russia has been a disastrous failure. The facts say otherwise. By Andrei Shleifer and Daniel Treisman. (Foreign Affairs, 3/1/2004, $) Read More...


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Trouble in Taiwan
George W. Bush was right to rebuke Taiwan's president over his plans for a referendum on relations with China. By Michael D. Swaine. (Foreign Affairs, 3/1/2004, $) Read More...


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The Ties That Bind: Americans, Arabs, and Israelis After September 11
The war on terror has bound Israel and the United States closer together. But it has also deepened the rift between them and Arab and Muslim countries that rally behind the Palestinians. By Shibley T... Read More...


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How to Build a Fence
The United States thus needs to step in to make sure that the right kind of fence gets built between Israel and Palestine, in the right place--or else both sides will face more fighting in the future.... Read More...


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The Saudi Paradox
Saudi Arabia is in the throes of a crisis, but its elite is bitterly divided on how to escape it. By Michael Scott Doran. (Foreign Affairs, 1/1/2004, $) Read More...


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China's New Diplomacy
China has begun to embrace regional and global institutions it once shunned and take on the responsibilities that come with great-power status. Just what the results of Beijing's new sophistication wi... Read More...


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China Takes Off
Although China's unprecedented economic success is understandably unnerving to it's neighbors and trading partners, it should not be cause for worry; China, the United States, and the rest of the worl... Read More...


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Should Hezbollah Be Next?
The radical Lebanese Shi'ite movement Hezbollah is fomenting violence in post-war Iraq and fanning the flames of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. But Washington's only option is to confront Hezbolla... Read More...


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Reinventing the West
During the Cold War, the ever-present Soviet threat helped keep the West united. More recently, however, attempts to mend the transatlantic rift by pointing to present dangers have only deepened the c... Read More...


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A constitution at last
Iraq finally has a temporary constitution, but there is still much uncertienty and turmoil inside the nation. A current look at politics inside Iraq. (The Economist, 3.9.04) Read More...


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An empty sort of freedom
Saddam was no defender of women, but they have faced new miseries and more violence since he fell... (Guardian, 3/8/2004) Read More...


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Blair's vision of a new world order is critically tainted
The legacy of Iraq is that intervention will be seen as vigilantism. (Guardian, 3/8/2004) Read More...


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A new tone on rights in China?
Merle Goldman sees that the pending constitutional amendment, while flawed, is a positive step towards greater human rights in China. (Boston Globe, 3/8/2004) Read More...


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US-Iran: Ad Hoc D├ętente to Continue Despite Conservative Sweep
Dissusses current US policy (or perhaps lack of coherent policy) towards Iran in the midst of questions about Iran's nuclear program, terrorist support, and questionable elections. (Antiwar.com, Mar... Read More...


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Global terror threat exaggerated: Blix
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The Six-Party Talks: Keeping Diplomacy Alive
Presents a guideline for firm negotiation with North Korea. (The Heritage Foundation, 02/23/2004) Read More...


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South Korean Troops To Iraq: A Boost For US-ROK Relations
The deployment of 3000 troops (including combat units) makes South Korea the third largest troop contributor to post-war Iraq. This article analyzes the implications. (The Heritage Foundation, 02/1... Read More...


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Al-Qaeda's deadly gamble
Tuesday's attacks show how far al-Qaeda will go to destabilize Iraq, says terror specialist Jonathan Schanzer. (Globe and Mail, 3/4/2004) Read More...


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Do The Ties Still Bind? The US-ROK Security Relationship After 9/11
The US-ROK security relationship is being sorely tested at precisely the same time that its importance to critical US-ROK interests is greater than ever. (The RAND Corporation, 2004) Read More...


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The ROK-US Alliance: Where Is It Headed?
As South Korea moves toward reconciliation with the North on the basis of a strong and credible deterrence, the United States and South Korea need a strategic plan that defines shared objectives and t... Read More...


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US: Stick To Diplomacy With North Korea, Even If Talks Fail
A better government in Pyongyang is a long-term vision. Stopping North Korea's nuclear program is a short-term necessity. Without rigorous and sustained diplomatic engagement, the chances are slim tha... Read More...


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The Next Korean War- Using The Military Is An Option
Op-ed piece for the WSJ by R. James Woolsey argues that unless China takes the lead in persuading the DPRK to abandon its nuclear ambitions, military force should be an option. (The Wall Street Jou... Read More...


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UN's legal move does nothing for peace
Discusses the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague's proposed review of the Israeli fence. By Ruth Wedgwood. (Scotsman, 2/20/2004) Read More...


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Good Fences Make Good Neighbors
Examines Israeli viewpoints on the construction of the security fence ("wall"). By Peter Berkowitz. (Weekly Standard, 3/1/2004) Read More...


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Iraq's Kurds
As Iraq's Shia Muslims flex their muscles in the south, the Kurds in the north are following suit. (Jan 29th 2004, The Economist) Read More...


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Israel's wall: Divisive issue, dividing neighbors
The fence that Israel says is a necessary evil to stop suicide bombers is likened by the Palestinians to the Berlin Wall as a symbol of aggression and oppression. (MSNBC, Feb 19 2004) Read More...


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A fateful concession by Iran's president
By Amir Soltani Sheikholeslami. (Boston Globe, 2/18/2004) Read More...


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Blast kills exiled Chechen leader
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