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North Korea's Options in 2007
The author discusses North Korea's options and possible objectives regarding it's weapons program as six party talks resume. By Hyeong Jung Park. (Brooking's Institution, 01/2007) Read More...


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The North Korean Denuclearization Agreement
An outline of the North Korean denuclearization agreement, reached at the latest round of six party talks. (The Korea Times, 02/13/2007) Read More...


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Tentative Deal on North Korea Plutonium Program
The article provides an overview of responses to the agreement on North Korean denuclearization, reached at the latest round of six party talks. (The Council on Foreign Relations, 02/13/2007) Read More...


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The Caucasus: Hanging Together
Article looks at how the countries of the Caucasus are using their natural endowments as a strategic bargaining tool and yet how long of a way they have to go to fully form a unified coordinated polic... Read More...


International Affairs Forum Interview: Meir Javedanfar
International Affairs Forum Interview: Meir Javedanfar
IA Forum speaks to Meir Javedanfar, Middle East analyst and co-author of the upcoming book 'The Nuclear Sphinx of Tehran: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the State of Iran' about the country's nuclear progra... Read More...


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Plans for a Post-‘Surge’ Iraq
Detailing a gradual disengagement plan for Iraq, post troop surge. By Steven N. Simon (Council on Foreign Relations, 02/09/2007) Read More...


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Insurgency: Modern Warfare Evolves into a 4th Generation
The author discusses the emergence of '4th Generation Warfare' as the unique form of modern insurgency currently being played out in Afghanistan and Iraq, and its implications for US policy. By Thomas... Read More...


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Update on the Russia Federation’s Federal Security Service
Report on Russian President Vladimir Putin's address to the Federal Security Service (FSB) at an annual meeting of the Collegium. By Stephanie Brophy. (IA-Forum, 2/1/2007) Read More...


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Will Israel Attack Iran-
Israel has maintained in the past that a nuclear-armed Iran is simply an unacceptable risk to Israeli national security concerns. But the reality is that Israel's options for dealing with Iran are sev... Read More...


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IA-Forum Interview: Richard Weitz
IA-Forum discusses security issues with Richard Weitz, Senior Fellow and Director of Program Management at the Hudson Institute, and author of 'Revitalising US-Russian Security Cooperation: Practical ... Read More...


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The Chinese Dilemma
Author discusses China pursuit of vertical nuclear proliferation. By Mehmut Gunduz. (12/12/2006) Read More...


Operation “Freedom From Iraq”
Operation “Freedom From Iraq”
Even the most idealistic of Iraq’s partisans can’t weigh the mountain of dead against the nation’s “messy freedom” and find solace. The President concedes that regional terror is up, Iran and Syria e... Read More...


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Iraq War Fuels Global Jihad
While many scholars and academics have paid credence to the rise in global jihad following the Iraq War, here the author draws two credible points: top American policymakers have little apprecia... Read More...


Raw Power, Bear Facts
Raw Power, Bear Facts
"Backed by oil reserves, Russia is an object lesson of how global self-assertion can quickly turn very ugly. Skilled in the arts of brazen lying, Russia plays international politics like a tin drum." ... Read More...


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Bush Might Want Another Go at “Democratizing” Iraq
Author critiques possible US troop increases. By Claude Salhani. (IA-Forum, 12/22/2006) Read More...


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Shimon Peres Conference at Sciences-Po Paris
Report on Shimon Peres' event at Science-Po Paris. By Youri Tessier-Stall. (IA-Forum, 12/14/2006) Read More...


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Responses to Iraq Study Report
Global commentary and discussion about the Iraq Study Report. (12/13/2006) Read More...


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Endangered Advisers
Author says the Iraq Study Group’s advice to increase the number of advisers while decreasing the number of combatants will lead to disaster. By Andrew Exum. (New York Times, 12/10/2006) Read More...


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Close the Bases
To stop the slide to civil war in Iraq, international mediators must negotiate directly with the Sunni insurgency that has been seeking talks with the US for three years; offer amnesty; roll back de-B... Read More...


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Don’t Get Sectarian
Albright says the Bush administration should make clear to Muslims in the Middle East that America will not take sides in the Sunni-Shiite split. By Madeleine Albright. (New York Times, 12/10/2006) Read More...


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Democracy Defeated
Missing from the Iraq Study Group’s report is serious reflection on the president’s goal of democratic development in the despotic Arab world. In addition, Perle adds that the conclusion that Syria an... Read More...


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Have Faith in Maliki
Stewart says progress can only come to Iraq if the US provides almost unconditional economic and political support to the elected president and allows him to rebuild his state without interference or ... Read More...


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Intenational Affairs Forum Interview: Peter Beinart and Scott McConnell
Peter Beinart, editor-at-large of the New Republic and Scott McConnell, current editor of The American Conservative, discuss questions about the UN and US foreign policy. By Jason Miks. (IA-Forum, 1... Read More...


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The Saddam Verdict and the Insurgency
The author explains how the death sentence of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein will serve to strengthen the Sunni insurgency in Iraq. By Jeffrey White. (Washington Institute for Near East Policy... Read More...


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Deterring Kim Jong Il
The former assistant secretary of defense criticizes President Bush's North Korea policy. By Graham Allison. (Washington Post, 10/27/2006) Read More...


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An Offer Kim Can't Refuse
The only way to disrupt North Korea's nuclear program is to threaten the life and livelihood of Kim Jong Il himself, says Vice President Cheney's former aide. By Aaron L. Friedberg. (Washington Post, ... Read More...


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A Plan for Iraq
Author says Iraq will not be a democratic state, but it has the potential to evolve into a central government with limited powers and, at the local level, some rough form of representation and toleran... Read More...


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Breaching Borders: The Role of Water In The Middle East Conflict
This piece examines the history of water conflict in the Middle East. By Isabelle Humphries. (Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, 9/1/2006) Read More...


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Pyongyang’s Nuclear Ambitions: China Must Act as a “Responsible Stakeholder”
The author explains how the recent nuclear test by North Korea compromises Chinese interests and suggests how China should respond. By Jing Huang. (Brookings Institution, 10/13/2006) Read More...


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The Economic Implications of a North Korean Nuclear Test
How a nuclear test by North Korea might alter the economies of China, Japan, North Korea and South Korea. By Marcus Noland (Institute for International Economics, 07/2006) Read More...


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