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Why the FBI Can't Be Reformed
The FBI cannot be reformed to serve as the nation's domestic intelligence agency, writes Odom. By William E. Odom. (Washington Post, 6/29/2005) Read More...

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The Syria Accountability Act Taking the Wrong Road to Damascus
Discusses the Bush administration's Syria Accountability and Lebanese Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2003 and how it helps combat terrorism at home and abroad. By Claude Salhani. (Cato Institute 3/18/... Read More...

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Nourishing the Enemy
Discusses the Bush administration's response and resolutions to terrorist activities. By Gene Healy. (Cato Institute 4/19/2004) Read More...

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Outsourcing the Hunt for Bin Laden
Discusses the problem with outsourcing the hunt for Bin Laden. By Leon Hadar. (Cato Institute 4/19/2004) Read More...

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Spanish Flu: Paying the price for America's mistake
Discusses international views on the war against terrorism. By Doug Bandow. (Cato Institute 3/15/2004) Read More...

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Still Groping in the Dark?
Discusses the increasing number of power blackouts within the US. By Jerry Taylor and Peter Van Doren. (Cato Institute 9/14/2004) Read More...

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Lay Off
Discuesses energy efficiency standards for consumers. By Jerry Taylor. (Cato Institute 1/21/2004) Read More...

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High Pump-Price Fairy Tales
Discusses the reasons for rising gasoline prices. By Jerry Taylor and Peter Van Doren. (Cato Institute 6/3/2005) Read More...

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Oil Reserves and Politics
Discusses OPEC's decision to cut production targets. By Alan Reynolds. (Cato Institute 4/2/2004) Read More...

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Sink the Law of the Sea Treaty
Discusses the Bush administration's desire to have the Law of the Sea Treaty ratified. By Doug Bandow. (Cato Institute 3/15/2004) Read More...

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Dam Pols
Discusses the ramifications of reforming dam policies. By Peter Van Doren and Jerry Taylor. (Cato Institute 4/5/2004) Read More...

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Yawn - It's Just Political Scientists
Discusses the USC, the Bush administration, and problems in Haiti. By Patrick J. Michaels. (Cato Institute 3/9/2004) Read More...

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Don't Have a Cow
Discusses the "Mad Cow" disease issue. By Steve Milloy. (Cato Institute 1/2/2004) Read More...

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IA-Forum Interview: Mr. John Pike
International Affairs Forum speaks with Mr. John Pike, one of the world's leading experts on defense, space and intelligence policy, and Director of GlobalSecurity.org. By Winston Harris (IA-Forum, 6/... Read More...

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Should Nukes Bloom in Asia?
The author discusses the changing political and strategic dynamic in East Asia. He believes that the U.S. much to gain by reaching a deal with North Korea as the alternative may include greater nucle... Read More...

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Seize the moment to turn Africa around
President Bush’s aid offer to Africa is an excellent start, however, Mr. Bush should reconsider British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s plan to double aid to Africa in what would be the most historically ... Read More...

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North Korea's offer
North Korea’s sudden call for a return to peace talks has left Washington in a curious position. Suddenly the ball is in Washington’s court and it is up to how they handle the situation that determin... Read More...

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Enlarge the North Korean problem
The North Korea crisis cannot be solved by bilateral agreements, nor can it be solved by the two Koreas and the US. The only way to resolve this problem is for the US to enlarge the problem to the po... Read More...

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Whether This War Was Worth It
More than ever, Americans are wondering if the war in Iraq was "worth it." By Robert Kagan. (Washington Post, 6/19/2005) Read More...

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How To Change Ugly Regimes
The current Iranian elections have shown us that the hardliner clerics are more firmly in control than ever and yet not popular. At this time we are also seeing a failure in US policy; instead of act... Read More...

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Bush Aides Report 'Increasing Doubts' North Korea Will Give Up Nuclear Arms Program
The top Bush administration negotiators for the North Korean nuclear issue appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and stated that they were increasingly doubtful that North Korea would... Read More...

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Tuning Up Weaponry Budgets
As the House considers a $409 billion defense appropriations bill, funding to several weapon programs will be cut and while others will be fully or partially backed. By Renae Merle (Washington Post, ... Read More...

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Another gambit: U.S. should hold firm with North Korea
The United States must tread very carefully in dealing with North Korea’s constant inconsistency. The US must be very careful to avoid rewarding the rogue Communism, but must not tread to heavily on ... Read More...

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Shift in Spying Money to Agents From Satellites Is Sought
The House Intelligence Committee has proposed shifting much of the intelligence budget from space-based intelligence gathering programs towards human-based programs. By Scott Shane (New York Times 15... Read More...

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A First Step on African Aid
In the upcoming G-8 Summit in Scotland, President Bush must go beyond the usual rhetoric of promising hope to Africa, he must deliver. (New York Times, 14/06/05) Read More...

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Apocalypse Soon
Robert S. McNamara expresses his view that it is time the United States ceased relying on its nuclear power as a tool of foreign policy. (Foreign Affiars - May/June 2005) Read More...

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United States can't afford to be so stingy with humanitarian aid.
Considering all the political turmoil British Prime Minister Tony Blair has gone through over supporting President Bush’s War in Iraq, the American president should have been more willing to assist hi... Read More...

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Are we nuts over nukes in N. Korea
The author argues that reconciliation between the two Koreas is preferable to armed conflict on the peninsula, and that the US should start pushing for such changes. By Al Neuharth (USA Today, 10/06/... Read More...

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Getting Around Pyongyang's Hard-Liners
The author claims that Kim Jung Il is not the true power in North Korea, and that there is currently a division in the state between pragmatists and nationalist hardliners. Therefore the United State... Read More...

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Alliance lacks solidarity in handling North Korean nuclear crisis
The Japanese-South Korean-American alliance against North Korea is very shaky, due to a lack of solidarity against the rogue communist state. If, however, a non-military way to solve this conflict is... Read More...

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