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Germany and the United States After Iraq: From Alliance to Alignment
Author describes the deeper currents of change in the German-American relationship that go beyond the current leadership dynamics. By Stephen F. Szabo. (International Politics and Society, 1/2004) Read More...


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Turning Points
Will the modern era come undone in Iraq? By Robin Wright. (Washington Post, 5/16/2004) Read More...


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It Will Help the U.S. to Have a Strong European Partner
The Coordinator for German-American Cooperation argues that despite differences of opinion on some issues, the United States and Europe need each other to meet the new challenges of the 21st century. ... Read More...


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Think Again: Al Qaeda
Contends that “Al Qaedaism” will continue to attract supporters in the years to come—whether Osama bin Laden is around to lead them or not. By Jason Burke. (Foreign Policy, 5/1/2004) Read More...


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Broadening the Transatlantic Relationship
Article argues that a strong Europe is in United States' interest - to foster a more open trading order and a more democratic world as well as to combat common threats such as global terrorism and we... Read More...


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Partnership, Under Construction
In the first public criticism by the Bush administration of Russia, Secretary of State Powell diplomatically criticizes a resurgence of authoritarianism under Putin, including the weakening of the leg... Read More...


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Renewing the Atlantic Partnership
Authors argues that in order to revitalize the Atlantic alliance, Europe and America must forge new "rules of the road" governing the use of force, adapt NATO to meet today's threats coming from outsi... Read More...


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Mutual Incomprehension:U.S.-German Value Gaps beyond Iraq.
Scholar argues that the recent tension between the Unted States and Germany demonstrates that U.S.-German relations are characterized by a mutual incomprehension of each other’s political culture an... Read More...


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A New European Divide
Author warns of the new divide in Europe that excludes the former Soviet Union (Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, the Caucasus, Moldova and Central Asia) from integrating in the West. By James M. Goldgeier. (... Read More...


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Cracks in the West? Reflections on the Transatlantic Relationship
Study documents the 'cracks' in the transtalantic relationship, identifying their potential causes, and outlining possible policy responses. Explanations are offered based on three leading schools of ... Read More...


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McNamara: Nuclear War Still Possible; NY No. 1 Target
The threat of devastating nuclear attack by Russia against the United States has not diminished, warns former Sec. of Defense Robert McNamara. By Jon E. Dougherty (NewsMax.com, 04/27/2004) Read More...


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Errors in fighting Al Qaeda have worsened the danger
Examines terrorist bombing in Spain and is critical of Bush administration policy to 'defy its allies.' By Jessica Stern. (Boston Globe, 3/24/2004) Read More...


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Like it or not, the west just can't leave the Middle East
The dreams of al-Qaida and its allies are destructive - but doomed. (Martin Woollacott, March 19, 2004, The Guardian) Read More...


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Taiwan poll won't alter China's missile deployment
Discusses impending President Chen Shui-bian's public condemnation of China's growing missile threat and its refusal to renounce the use of force against Taiwan. By David Isenberg. (Asia Times, 3/19/2... Read More...


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Al Qaeda’s Death Train?
Discusses Mardrid terrorist bombing and links to Al Qaeda. By Lorenzo Vidino and Evan Kohlmann. (National Review, 3/15/2004) Read More...


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Spain: an example for us all
Madrid's decision to pull its troops from Iraq unless the UN takes over doesn't give in to terrorists -- it undercuts them, says former UN staffer Salim Lone. (Globe and Mail, 3/17/2004) Read More...


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New Spanish PM promises Iraq withdrawal
In the wake of the Madrid bombings, al-Qaida seems to have emerged a victor: the elections the bombings manipulated have resulted in a Prime Minister who supports pulling out of Iraq. What Madrid mea... Read More...


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All That's Left Is Violence
Discusses 3/11 tragedy in Madrid. By Fareed Zakaria. (Washington Post, 3/14/2004) 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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The Law of War in the War on Terror
The Bush administration has literalized its "war" on terrorism, dissolving the legal boundaries between what a government can do in peacetime and what's allowed in war. This move may have made it easi... Read More...


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Beyond the Abu Sayyaf
Washington has made the fight against radical Muslim separatists in the Philippines a critical front in its war on terrorism. But its one-size-fits-all approach reflects a dangerous misunderstanding o... Read More...


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How to Stop Nuclear Terror
President Bush has called nuclear terror the defining threat the United States now faces. He's right, but he has yet to follow up his words with actions. By Graham Allison. (Foreign Affairs, 1/1/2004,... Read More...


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The Terrorist Threat in Africa
The Bush administration has focused on destroying al Qaeda in East Africa, but it has been slow to address less-visible terrorist threats elsewhere on the continent, such as Islamist extremism in Nige... Read More...


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Kenya After Moi
To ensure Nairobi's involvement in the war on terrorism, Washington must be sensitive to its domestic needs, recognizing that fledgling democracies can be more difficult to engage than their authorita... Read More...


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A Duty to Prevent
The international community has a duty to prevent security disasters as well as humanitarian ones -- even at the price of violating sovereignty. By Lee Feinstein and Anne-Marie Slaughter. (Foreign Af... 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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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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US-Iran: Ad Hoc Détente 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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