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Let them serve again
Asserts that the coalition should not have disbanded Iraq's old army. Former soldiers could help stabilize the country. By Mohammed Al-Faour. (Globe and Mail, 11/6/2003) Read More...


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North Korea's Trojan Horse
Argues against North Korea's proposed nonagression pact. (Washington Post, 8/14/2003) Read More...


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Israel: Change your vision for long-term peace
Argues that Israeli actions that punish Palestinians will only sow the seeds of further hatred and worse conflicts to come. (Christian Science Monitor, 8/14/2003) Read More...


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Erecting a Barrier to Peace
Asserts that the Jerusalem security wall/fence alone will condemn the road map to a premature death. By Daniel Seidemann. (Washington Post, 8/14/2003) Read More...


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Apocalypse soon?
Amid reports that North Korea may have a second plutonium plant, the IAEA says it presents the world’s gravest nuclear-weapons threat. But Iran is running it a close second. Can a dangerous showdown b... Read More...


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Getting Back on Track in Postwar Iraq
Joseph I. Lieberman presents a blueprint to fix post-Iraq war policy. (Washington Post, 7/7/2003) Read More...


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Why Iraq is Worth It
Claims that "President Bush is right to stay the course. But to succeed, he must actively engage his opponents - and skeptics - about the continuing U.S. role in post-Saddam Iraq." By Peter Brookes. ... Read More...


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Quiet negotiations develop possible Mideast peace plan
"Although it has received little attention in the U.S. media, a detailed, soon-to-be-released Middle East accord struck by a group of influential Israelis and Palestinians paves the way to the region'... Read More...


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Iraq is not another Vietnam, it is worse
By Naseer Alomari. (Jordan Times, 11/3/2003) Read More...


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French Policy Toward Iraq
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The Middle Kingdom Runs Dry: Tax Evasion in China
Thanks to a woefully corrupt and inefficient tax system, Beijing is going broke. China must fix its tax problems fast, before globalization speeds it into bankruptcy. By William Gamble. (Foreign Affai... Read More...


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The Real Fallout From China's Chernobyl
(Belfer Center, 5/27/2003) Read More...


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The Sixteenth Party Congress and China's Succession
(Heritage Foundation, 10/3/2002) Read More...


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The U.S., China, and the Future of East Asia
(Heritage Foundation, 3/6/2002) Read More...


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Thinking About TMD: Relations With China and Asia’s Stability
(Nixon Center, 1/6/1999) Read More...


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U.S.-China Relations in Post-September 11th World?
(Nixon Center, 9/18/2002) Read More...


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Who's Hu? Assessing China's Heir Apparent, Hu Jintao
(Heritage Foundation, 4/19/2002) Read More...


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Iran, Israel, and U.S. Sanctions
(Nixon Center, 7/11/2001) Read More...


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Israel Banks on a Fence
Having lost faith in negotiations, most Israelis now favor separation from the Palestinians--unilaterally if necessary, and behind a wall. This makes sense. The immediate effects of separation may be ... Read More...


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Israel's Security Dilemma
A discussion with His Excellency, Daniel Ayalon, Israel’s Ambassador to the United States (Nixon Center, 10/2/2002) Read More...


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Lebanon and the Peace Process After the Israeli Withdrawal
(Nixon Center, 6/8/2000) Read More...


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Maps of War, Maps of Peace: Finding a Two-State Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Question
(World Policy Journal, 6/1/2002) Read More...


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Myth and Narrative in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
(Belfer Center, 6/1/2003) Read More...


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Recent Developments in Israeli Domestic Politics
A Presentation by Shai Feldman, Director of the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies at Tel-Aviv University (Nixon Center, 1/29/1999) Read More...


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September 11:  Repercussions for Israel and the Peace Process
A Presentation by Ambassador Zalman Shoval (Nixon Center, 10/24/2001) 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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A Trusteeship for Palestine?
The Bush administration's plan for Middle East peace is a road map to nowhere. A more ambitious approach will be necessary to parlay the bounce from a successful Iraq war into serious Israeli-Palestin... 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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Palestinians Divided
Yasir Arafat has been neither an orchestrator nor a spectator of the second intifada; he has been its target. Arafat must reform his government and secure a credible peace process -- before it's too l... Read More...


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Iran and the Axis of Evil
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