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The Democrats and Foreign Policy: Treading with Caution

In the first instance the Democrats will concentrate on domestic issues in fulfillment of their “100 hou...

Iraq, Iran and the Middle East: Stay the Course, but Differently

Leaving aside the political turmoil, the same tough problems remain on the US foreign policy agenda. With...

IRAQ: The Muddle Continues

Opposition to the Iraq War is a prime motivating factor for many Democratic Party supporters. Should the P...

Middle East and Iran: The Democrats Are Just as Tough

The Administration is coming under sustained pressure from the EU and Saudi Arabia to give a higher prior...

Human Rights and Business: The Hidden Connections

Democratic control of the Congress will bring a heightened emphasis on human rights. Sometimes, as with D...

Protectionism: On the Rise

Since the failures in respectively August 2005 and March 2006 of the Chinese National Overseas Oil Company ...

Energy and the Environment: Change At Last

Over the past 6 years the Administration has struggled to develop a coherent energy policy and is regard...

Iraq: Much Heat, Little Light

Despite the intensity of this week’s public exchanges about Iraq, we judge that the changes in language...

China and Africa: Competing with the US

in Beijing on November 4-5th and likely to be attended by more than 30 African Heads of Government is cau...

Al Jazeera: In the firing line?

The remarks critical of US policy in Iraq made on Al-Jazeera by Mr. Alberto Fernandez, a senior official ...

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