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How to Approach Iran
Madeleine Albright and seven former foreign ministers propose a course for Europe and the US in dealing with Iran. By Madeleine Albright, et al. (Washington Post, 12/13/2004) Read More...

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The President's Party
Do Uzbek voter have real choice in upcoming Dec 26 elections? Opposition protests at the US Embassy and America's policy toward Tashkent. By Erkin Nazarov (Transitions on Line, Dec 13, 2004) Read More...

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Unhelpful China
It is time to recognize new strategic realities and to approach China with the same iconoclastic spirit shown elsewhere. By Dan Blumenthal. (Washington Post, 12/6/2004) Read More...

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Embraceable E.U.
Author discusses EU/US cooperation in the Ukrainian election issue. By Robert Kagan. (Washington Post, 12/5/2004) Read More...

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It All Started in Tehran
When the Americans go to the polls on Tuesday they would do well to remember two events that have altered their lives forever. The first was the raid on the US Embassy in Tehran, and the seizure of Am... Read More...

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The Cost of Staying the Course
The author contends that American soldiers in Iraq face a mission just as daunting as the Vietnam War and World War II. By Brian Gifford. (Washington Post, 11/29/2004) Read More...

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Engage Iran
By David Ignatius. (Washington Post, 11/26/2004)

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Ukraine's PM declared winner of elections
A popular protest against the re-elected Prime Minister of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, who is accused of election fraud. A full investigation surrounding the democratic process of the election has be... Read More...

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Best Performing Cities: Where America’s jobs are being created
Want to know why President Bush won Florida? Political pundits might want to look at the Milken Institute’s 2004 Best Performing Cities Index, our annual survey of where jobs are being created in Amer... Read More...

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Easy Fixes for Social Security
The projected Social Security deficit is small enough to be fixed without a major revision, says the author. By Edith U. Fierst. (Washington Post, 11/18/2004) Read More...

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U.S. Is Needed to Defuse Iran
The new agreement worked out between Iran and Germany, France and Britain could be the first step toward solving the problem of Iran's efforts to develop a nuclear weapons capability, but there is sti... Read More...

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What if Islam isn't an obstacle to democracy in the Middle East but the secret to achieving it?
America's misreading of the Arab world—and our current misadventure in Iraq—may have really begun in 1950. By Michael Hirsh. (Washington Monthly, 11/1/2004) Read More...

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The Real Battle
Winning in Fallujah is just the beginning. By Wesley K. Clark. (Washington Post, 11/14/2004) Read More...

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Leaders' hard lines give envoy tough test
New U.S. ambassador to Venezuela will handle the hardest diplomatic post in the hemisphere right now. (The Miami Herald, 11/11/2004) Read More...

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Bush and the rest of the world
President Bush's victory is almost incomprehensible in Europe and Latin America. Why? Carlos Alberto Montaner explains. (Firmas Press, 11/09/2004) Read More...

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Is Packaging to Blame for the US' Poor Image?
Author attributes the tarnishing of the US' international image not to ineffective public diplomacy, but to the "irrationality of US foreign policy". By Liao Hongbin. (People's Daily, 11/2/2004) Read More...

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Guardian Angels
I have believed all along that this election was enormously important, perhaps as important as in 1980, when I thought that a Carter reelection might well tip the world balance of power against us. By... Read More...

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Lack of democracy breeds terror
An open letter from leading pro-democracy Iranian intellectuals to American intellectuals on the occasion of the 3rd anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. (9/28/2004) Read More...

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Repair the Electoral College
Instead of replacing the electoral college system with a national direct election, the system should be reformed, says the author. By Peter M. Shane. (Washington Post, 10/31/2004) Read More...

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The Iran Problem Awaiting Bush or Kerry
While Tehran's unprecedented "endorsement" of President Bush raised some eyebrows this week, Iran hasn’t been much of an issue in the Presidential campaign. But as international efforts to confront th... Read More...

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Putting Off 9/11 Reform Law is the Right Answer
Congress should not hastily pass the legislative reforms proposed by the 9/11 Commission. (Heritage Foundation, 10/28/2004) Read More...

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Intelligence Reform Needs To Enhance Our Legal Capacity To Combat Terrorism
The Senate should accept certain House amendments to the intelligence reform bill that is currently before Congress. (Heritage Foundation, 10/21/2004) Read More...

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The Senate and House 9/11 Reform Bills Both Miss the Mark
A discussion of the problems in the Senate and House intelligence reform bills. (Heritage Foundation, 10/19/2004) Read More...

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Enhanced Information Sharing Is Vital to the Success of the National Intelligence Director
The intelligence reform bills being considered by the House and Senate should give the proposed National Intelligence Director more information-sharing abilities. By Paul Rosenzweig and James Jay Cara... Read More...

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What a Comprehensive Intelligence Bill Should Contain
All the legislative proposals offered in response to the 9/11 Commission report have some merit, but none accurately hits the mark. (Heritage Foundation, 09/23/2004) Read More...

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Preventive Detention and Actionable Intelligence
America needs to develop a coherent structure of laws and procedures to deal with the interaction of intelligence information and the judicial system. (Heritage Foundation, 09/16/2004) Read More...

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Before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Statement of Dr. James Jay Carafano before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. (Heritage Foundation, 08/10/2004) Read More...

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Intelligence Recommendations Bear Scrutiny
Most of the recommendations by the 9/11 Commission are spot-on, but the proposals to create a National Counterterrorism Center and a national intelligence director bear closer scrutiny. (Heritage Foun... Read More...

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Hope Fades for Intelligence Bill Compromise Soon
The four chief House and Senate negotiators failed once again to reach agreement on the extent of budget powers to grant to a new national intelligence director, as part of a major reorganization of t... Read More...

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IA-Forum Roundtable Interview: Christopher Preble
Christopher Preble (Cato Institute) talks to IA-Forum in the second of our roundtable interview series on Iraq. By Jens Laurson and Dimitri Neos. (IA-Forum, 10/20/2004) Read More...

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