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The Dilemma of Sustaining an American Empire
A review of "American Empire: The Realities and Consequences of US Diplomacy", Andrew J. Bacevich (Harvard University Press 2002) by Anatol Lieven, senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for Inte... Read More...

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What Price the American Empire?
"The price of empire is terror. The price of occupation is terror. The price of interventionism is terror. As Barry Goldwater used to say, it is as simple as that." by Patrick J. Buchanan (The America... Read More...

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Why Rumsfeld is Wrong
Former British foreign secretary Robin Cook discusses his resignation over the Iraq war—and why it’s unlikely that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. (Newsweek, 5/30/2003) Read More...

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It's Hamas or Us
"If the Palestinian Authority is sincere in seeking a just settlement to the conflict, then it must finally accept what until now it found unacceptable -- the necessity of extensive force against the ... Read More...

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U.S. Occupation of Iraq Recalls Failure in Korea
Examines similarities between Iraq and Korean conflict. By John Barry Kotch. (Japan Times, 6/18/2003) Read More...

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A Limited Palestinian State
Benjamin Netanyahu outlines conditions for peace in the Middle East. (Washington Post, 6/20/2003) Read More...

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Conservatives' core duty on WMD
….Bush should be pressed on the issue of WMD - by conservatives. By Doug Bandow. (Christian Science Monitor, 7/8/2003) Read More...

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Korea: A House Divided
Fifty years after the armistice, the two Koreas' legacy of conflict underlies a deepening crisis. Essay. (Smithsonian, 7/1/2003) Read More...

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Sharon: I'll solve the Palestinian problem in four years
Interview with Peter Beaumont. (Guardian, 7/13/2003)

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OCCUPATION: No Model for This One
By Wesley K. Clark (Washington Post, B02 03/23/2003)

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A WARNING FROM HISTORY: Don't expect democracy in Iraq
by John W. Dower (Boston Review, 02/01/2003)

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China’s Entry into the WTO: Implications for China and the World Economy.
Program brief of Dr. Nicholas Lardy's discussion on China’s membership in the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the WTO's impact on the country’s domestic economy and international trade. (Nixon Cen... Read More...

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A Chance for Peace in Afghanistan: The Taliban's Days Are Numbered
(Foreign Affairs, 1/1/2000, $)

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Afghanistan and Pakistan: Is the Glass Half Empty or Half Full?
(Nixon Center, 8/8/2002)

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Afghanistan and the Future of Warfare
(Foreign Affairs, 3/1/2003, $)

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Afghanistan, Graveyard of Empires
(Foreign Affairs, 11/1/2001, $)

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Al-Qaeda After Afghanistan: What, Where and How?
(Nixon Center, 7/23/2002)

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U.S. Relations with South Asia and Afghanistan
A Presentation by The Honorable Karl F. Inderfurth, Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs (Nixon Center, 10/22/1998) Read More...

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Women and the Transition to Democracy: Iraq, Afghanistan, and Beyond
(Heritage Foundation, 6/20/2003)

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America, China, and Russia: The Trilateral Relationship
Discussion with Dr. Christopher Marsh (Nixon Center, 3/10/2003)

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Russia's Image of China and Russian-Chinese Relations
(Brookings Institute, 5/1/2001)

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The U.S.-Russian Relationship After Iraq
(Nixon Center, 6/5/2003)

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Westernizing Russia and China
Contends that Russia and China are in a transitional stage requiring patience and guidance rather than confrontation. By Michael Mandelbaum. (Foreign Affairs, 5/1/1997, $) Read More...

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Options in Korea after Iraq
Call for a diplomatic solution in North Korea. By John Barry Kotch. (Japan Times, 4/9/2003) Read More...

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Here's the Way to Find The Weapons
David Albright offers a solution for dealing with Iraq weapons scientists and technicians. (Washington Post, 5/12/2003) Read More...

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Broaden the Road Map
Analysis of democratization prospects in the Middle East and North Africa. By Saad Eddin Ibrahim. (Washington Post, 5/12/2003) Read More...

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Finding a Role for Women in Rebuilding Iraq
A look at the position of women in post-war Iraq. By Laura Liswood. (Christian Science Monitor, 5/15/2003) Read More...

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Iraqi Revival Will Cost Russia
Argues that if postwar Iraq becomes a major oil producer, Saudi Arabia could lose lots of money, while Russia Inc. might go out of business altogether… (Japan Times, 5/20/2003) Read More...

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Washington Report on Middle East Affairs

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Institute for War and Peace Reporting
An international media development charity, IWPR is led by senior journalists and peace researchers, with staff drawn from established media such as the BBC, The Guardian and Reuters. Read More...

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