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A Nightmare, But Will It Happen?
Discusses America's future with the Bush administration for another 4 years. By Anatol Lieven. (Carnegie Endowment 1/17/05) Read More...


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A window of opportunity
Discusses the authority of the Palestinian National Authority, or PNA. By Husain Haqqani. (Carnegie Endowment 1/15/05) Read More...


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Who's Afraid of China Inc.?
This article outlines the politics behind the recent bid by the Chinese controlled company Cnooc to purchase the American oil company, Unocal. The author explores weather trading partner for the Unit... Read More...


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Bush’s Choice: Messianism or Pragmatism?
Discusses the Bush administration's mission to spread democracy to foreign nations. By Anatol Lieven. (Carnegie Endowment 2/22/05) Read More...


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Dealing With Putin
Discusses what the Bush administration must do to stop nuclear proliferation, arms reduction, etc. with Russia. By Michael A. McFaul, James Goldgeier. (Carnegie Endowment 2/18/05) Read More...


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The Unexpected Nonproliferation Partner
Discusses North Korea and Iran's growing amount of nuclear weapons, as well as possible actions other nations might take to stop further WMD proliferation. By Rose Gottemoeller. (Carnegie Endowment 2/... Read More...


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The NPT at 35: A Crisis of Compliance or a Crisis of Confidence?
Discusses measures to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction. By Joshua Williams, Jon Wolfsthal. (Carnegie Endowment 5/2/2005) Read More...


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Nuclear Regime in Peril
Discusses the review of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) at a United Nations conference. By Joseph Cirincione. (Carnegie Endowment, 5/17/2005) Read More...


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The Illusion of 'Managing' China
Discusses the possible threat of China. By Robert Kagan. (Carnegie Endowment 5/15/2005) Read More...


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Bombs Won't Solve Iran
Discusses the possible threat of Iran to the US and Israel. By Joseph Cirincione. (Carnegie Endowment 5/11/2005) Read More...


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When is a Crisis Really a Crisis?
Discusses the Bush administration's possible responses to North Korea's possession of nuclear weapons. By Jon Wolfsthal. (Carnegie Endowment 5/10/2005) Read More...


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American presence in Iraq is 'generating more terrorists'
Rand Beers, Special Assistant to President Bush & Senior Director for Combating Terrorism from August 2002 to March 2003, answers questions in Doha, Qatar. By Rami Khouri (Daily Star, June 14 2005) Read More...


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Muslims can no longer remain silent about the hijacking of their faith
Middle Eastern media is increasingly speaking more forcefully to condemn terrorism & make regional religious leaders' condemnation of it more widely-heard. Editorial (Daily Star, July 14 2005) Read More...


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RUSSIA EYES STRONGER CLOUT IN CASPIAN REGION
Russia has pursued a series of separate deals between the Caspian nations. Kazakhstan appears to be most receptive to Russia’s offer of closer economic and strategic cooperation. Read More...


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Confronting Karimov
Discusses Uzbek governmental politics as well as responses to Islamic terror groups. By Martha Brill Olcott. (Carnegie Endowment 5/25/2005) Read More...


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In Uzbekistan, the Revolution Won't Be Pretty
Discusses the revolution taking part in Uzbekistan. By Martha Brill Olcott. (Carnegie Endowment 5/22/2005) Read More...


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An unstable kind of stability
Discusses how Islamic terror groups are effecting various nations throughout the world. By Husain Haqqani. (Carnegie Endowment 5/19/2005) Read More...


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Gulag v. Gitmo: Equivalency Test
Discusses Amnesty International's views on the US Detention Center in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. By David Bosco. (Carnegie Endowment 6/3/2005) Read More...


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Where Next?
Germany, with its 3.2 million Muslims, is due for a hit from Islamic terrorists. By Zachary Shore (International Herald Tribune, 7/14/2005) Read More...


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The Time Bomb in France's Suburbs
France must change the way it deals with its Muslim population, lest it become a new breeding ground for jihadists. By Catherine Field (International Herald Tribune, 7/14/2005) Read More...


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Bringing Hamas into the Peace Camp
To ensure stability in Gaza, Hamas needs to be encouraged in its momentous shift from jihadism to political participation. By Shlomo Ben-Ami (7/14/2005) Read More...


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North Korea, Iran and the United States: the Dangerous Games Nations Play
The author provides an extensive examination of U.S. policy regarding nuclear proliferation, especially in consideration to the nuclear programs of North Korea and Iran. By William R. Polk (Japan Foc... Read More...


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Enemies of Freedom Underestimate Us
A Financial Times columnist lays out his plan for fighting terrorism. By Martin Wolf (FT, July 13, 2005 - no subscription required on day of publication). Read More...


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Giving Justice Its Due
Discusses what the US must do to maintain diplomatic influence. By George Perkovich. (Carnegie Endowment 7/2005) Read More...


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Iraq, Internet fuel growth of global jihad
This article discusses how the use of the Internet has made it possible for a so called "global jihad" to be functional throughout the world as well as how the war in Iraq has become a motivating forc... Read More...


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China key to new North Korea talks
This article provides a background for understanding the relationship between North Korea and China then goes into describing China's important role in North Korea nuclear talks. By Robert Marquand (... Read More...


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The new Al Qaeda: local franchises
This article examines the less sophisticated, more localized attacks by al Qaeda which are difficult to detect and are just as effective at communicating their message. By Peter Grier (Christian Scie... Read More...


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How the U.S. shortchanged the war
The author argues that even in the midst of the London bombings, the U.S. is and has been sidetracked by Iraq. He states that this has diverted precious resources from fighting global terror as well ... Read More...


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We can't win this war the old way
The author argues that the current "war on terrorism" cannot be won by armies, but must be waged by skilled intelligence at home, a solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict, etc. By Timothy Garton A... Read More...


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Al-Qaeda has changed; Bush strategy also needs to shift
Retired General Clark argues that the U.S. must confront terrorism not only through intelligence and special operations, but by also attacking the ideology which promotes terrorism. He also advocates... Read More...


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