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Social Media: Americas: North America: United States

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The Vital Role of Alliances in the Global War on Terrorism
"Some have criticized U.S. military action as unilateral, but it is rather an exhibition of forceful leadership from a country that is not only the primary target of the terrorism, but also the most p... Read More...

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Waging War on Terrorism
"The United States has made significant progress in destroying and disrupting key parts of the international terrorist network. But Al’Qaida and other related terrorist groups today remain intent on c... Read More...

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Preventing a Crisis in U.S.-Russian Relations Over Moscow's Nuclear Technology Exports
(Heritage Foundation, 3/3/2003)

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Prospects for U.S.-Russian Nonproliferation Cooperation Under Bush and Putin
(Belfer Center, 1/1/2003)

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Bring Halliburton Home
Legally speaking, Iraq is not America's to sell. Naomi Klein reports. (The Nation, 11/06/2003) Read More...

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Greatest danger, or greatest hope?
Yes, America is different. But it always has been. Mostly, the difference is good for the world, not bad... (Economist, 11/6/2003) Read More...

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A new course needed in Iraq
Proposes a success strategy for American involvement in Iraq. By Wesley Clark. (Boston Globe, 11/6/2003) Read More...

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America is a religion
US leaders now see themselves as priests of a divine mission to rid the world of its demons. (Guardian, 7/29/2003) Read More...

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Getting Back on Track in Postwar Iraq
Joseph I. Lieberman presents a blueprint to fix post-Iraq war policy. (Washington Post, 7/7/2003) Read More...

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How to secure peace in Liberia
The United States must lead urgent international action to prevent a humanitarian catastrophe spreading across West Africa, argue leading experts from the International Crisis Group. (Guardian, 6/29/... Read More...

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Why Iraq is Worth It
Claims that "President Bush is right to stay the course. But to succeed, he must actively engage his opponents - and skeptics - about the continuing U.S. role in post-Saddam Iraq." By Peter Brookes. ... Read More...

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How the U.S. Should Respond  to a Shift in French Policy on Iraq
(Heritage Foundation, 1/14/2003)

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The French Exception
"Today, a complex mix of political, economic, and cultural reasons explains the French resistance to "Anglo-Saxon global capitalism." If sustained, France's stand could become a model for other countr... Read More...

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The U.S., China, and the Future of East Asia
(Heritage Foundation, 3/6/2002)

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Thinking About TMD: Relations With China and Asia’s Stability
(Nixon Center, 1/6/1999)

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U.S.-China Relations in Post-September 11th World?
(Nixon Center, 9/18/2002)

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Are U.S. Troops in Japan Needed? Reforming the Alliance
Americans see the presence of U.S. troops in Japan as a gracious favor. Well, it's time for the Americans to go home. By Morihiro Hosokawa. (Foreign Affairs, 7/1/1998, $) Read More...

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U.S.-Japan Relations
A Presentation by His Excellency Kunihiko Saito, Japanese Ambassador to the United States (Nixon Center, 10/20/1998) Read More...

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A New Paradigm for U.S. Policy Toward Latin America
(Heritage Foundation, 1/17/2002)

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A New U.S. Policy for Latin America: Reopening the Window of Opportunity
(Heritage Foundation, 2/15/2001)

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Advancing Free Trade in Latin America: The Test of Leadership
A discussion of U.S. trade policy with Latin America as it relates specifically to the Free Trade Area of the Americas and the Quebec summit on April 22, 2001. by Ana I. Eiras (Heritage Foundation, 4... Read More...

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Bush's Twin Headaches In Latin America
(Heritage Foundation, 12/20/2002)

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Clinton's Latin America Policy: A Legacy of Missed Opportunities
(Heritage Foundation, 7/6/1998)

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Restoring American Leadership in Latin America and the Caribbean
(Heritage Foundation, 9/25/1996)

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The Natural Market Fallacy: Slim Pickings in Latin America
America should not undermine global trade through a Free Trade Area of the Americas in the mistaken belief that it has natural markets in South America. By Bernard K. Gordon. (Foreign Affairs, 5/1/199... Read More...

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U.S. Interests in Latin America
(Heritage Foundation, 10/31/2002)

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U.S. Policy Toward Latin America: Lessons from Argentina
(Heritage Foundation, 1/15/2002)

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The U.S. Agenda at the Israeli-Palestine Summit
(Heritage Foundation, 10/14/1998)

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Palestine, Iraq, and American Strategy
Many critics argue that the Bush administration should put off a showdown with Saddam Hussein and focus instead on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Now, as in 1991, if a road to a calmer situation in... Read More...

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Iran in the Balance
To turn back victories by President Mohammad Khatami and his reformist allies, Iran's conservatives have embarked on a campaign of repression. As the two camps battle for control, the proper moves fro... Read More...

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