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Social Media: Hotspots

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President Addresses the Nation
Address of the President to the Nation (09/07/2003)

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Rebuilding Afghanistan
"The United States and Afghanistan share the belief that a secure, stable Afghanistan, at peace with its neighbors, is critical to achieving our shared goals. We agree that a lasting, permanent soluti... Read More...

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National Security Strategy
The National Security Strategy of the United States of America (09/17/2002) Read More...

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U.N. Still Battered by U.S. Action On Iraq
by Barbara Crossette . (The Atlantic online, 7/01/2003)

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Carving Up The New Iraq (1)
A Dissection and Who's who of the American involvement in Iraq. (Part I) By Neil Mackay, Sunday Herald (04/13/2003) Read More...

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Carving Up The New Iraq (2)
A Dissection and Who's who of the American involvement in Iraq. (Part II) By Neil Mackay, Sunday Herald (04/13/2003) Read More...

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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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The Struggle for Russia
The arrest last month of Mikhail Khodorkovsky on charges of fraud and tax evasion has put Russia back in the forefront of US media attention. But is the story being reported the full, or essential, on... Read More...

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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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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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Let them serve again
Asserts that the coalition should not have disbanded Iraq's old army. Former soldiers could help stabilize the country. By Mohammed Al-Faour. (Globe and Mail, 11/6/2003) Read More...

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North Korea's Trojan Horse
Argues against North Korea's proposed nonagression pact. (Washington Post, 8/14/2003) Read More...

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Israel: Change your vision for long-term peace
Argues that Israeli actions that punish Palestinians will only sow the seeds of further hatred and worse conflicts to come. (Christian Science Monitor, 8/14/2003) Read More...

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Erecting a Barrier to Peace
Asserts that the Jerusalem security wall/fence alone will condemn the road map to a premature death. By Daniel Seidemann. (Washington Post, 8/14/2003) Read More...

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Apocalypse soon?
Amid reports that North Korea may have a second plutonium plant, the IAEA says it presents the world’s gravest nuclear-weapons threat. But Iran is running it a close second. Can a dangerous showdown b... 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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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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Quiet negotiations develop possible Mideast peace plan
"Although it has received little attention in the U.S. media, a detailed, soon-to-be-released Middle East accord struck by a group of influential Israelis and Palestinians paves the way to the region'... Read More...

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Iraq is not another Vietnam, it is worse
By Naseer Alomari. (Jordan Times, 11/3/2003)

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French Policy Toward Iraq
(Brookings Institute, 9/1/2002)

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The Middle Kingdom Runs Dry: Tax Evasion in China
Thanks to a woefully corrupt and inefficient tax system, Beijing is going broke. China must fix its tax problems fast, before globalization speeds it into bankruptcy. By William Gamble. (Foreign Affai... Read More...

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The Real Fallout From China's Chernobyl
(Belfer Center, 5/27/2003)

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The Sixteenth Party Congress and China's Succession
(Heritage Foundation, 10/3/2002)

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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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Who's Hu? Assessing China's Heir Apparent, Hu Jintao
(Heritage Foundation, 4/19/2002)

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Iran, Israel, and U.S. Sanctions
(Nixon Center, 7/11/2001)

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Israel Banks on a Fence
Having lost faith in negotiations, most Israelis now favor separation from the Palestinians--unilaterally if necessary, and behind a wall. This makes sense. The immediate effects of separation may be ... Read More...

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Israel's Security Dilemma
A discussion with His Excellency, Daniel Ayalon, Israel’s Ambassador to the United States (Nixon Center, 10/2/2002) Read More...

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