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The State of Iraq: An Update
The authors write that events in Iraq turned sour in the summer, with violence increasing and the Sunnis alienated from the constitutional process. By Nina Kamp, Michael O'Hanlon, Amy Unikewicz. (New ... Read More...

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IA-Forum Interview: Dr. James J. Pryzstup
IA-Forum speaks with Dr. James J. Przystup, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of National Strategic Studies at the National Defense about Korea. By Steve Kochheiser. (IA-Forum, 7/22/2005) Read More...

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Russian Security Services Facilitated Beslan Raid — Basayev
The man behind the Beslan school siege said Tuesday a failed Russian special services sting had allowed his militants a free passage into the region to conduct the attack that killed 330 people almost... Read More...

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A Sensible Iraqi Constitution
Author writes that the new Iraqi constitution deserves more respect than American critics have given it. By Charles Krauthammer. (Washington Post, 9/2/2005) Read More...

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Politics Breaks Out In Iraq
Iraq's draft constitution should be evaluated on two standards: its substance in the areas of democracy and its potential to be a national compact that brings Iraqis together. By Zalmay Khalilzad. (Wa... Read More...

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U.S.-China ties face high hurdles
In the face of the planned meeting between George W. Bush and the People's Republic of China's State Chairman, Hu Jintao, the writer outlines the complex relationship between the U.S., China, and Taiw... Read More...

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Rallying the Troops and Avoiding Reality
The author compares President Bush's statements on Iraq with the factual news reporting on the war and finds them irreconcilable. By Colbert I. King. (Washington Post, 8/27/2005) Read More...

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Defining Down Mental Illness
Discusses the deteriorating mental health of US soldiers after coming home from the war in Iraq. By Sally Satel, M.D., Christina Hoff Sommers. (AEI 8/15/05) Read More...

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Hell Is Over
A war correspondent and former U.S. marine discusses various events occuring within Iraqi Kurdistan. By Michael Rubin. (AEI 6/29/05) Read More...

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Chinese, Russian Militaries To Hold First Joint Drills
Chinese and Russian military forces will hold their first combined exercise. The possible goals of this exercise appear to be to strengthen their alliance in the face of the U.S. presence in Central ... Read More...

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Lessons for an Exit Strategy
Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger analyzes exit strategies for Iraq. By Henry Kissinger. (Washington Post, 8/12/2005) Read More...

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China Should Revalue the RMB
Discusses changing the value of Chinese currency. By Phillip L. Swagel. (AEI 6/22/05) Read More...

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Defense Reform in Europe
Discusses the war in Iraq and necessary reform of Polish military policies. By Radek Sikorski. (AEI 8/10/05) Read More...

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Wishful Thinking in Our Time
Discusses recent US-China relations. By Dan Blumenthal, Gary Schmitt. (AEI 8/01/05) Read More...

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Less Is More in Iraq
Discusses democratization within Iraq through smaller US embassy sizes. By Michael Rubin. (AEI 8/09/05) Read More...

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A Charade Masquerading as Diplomacy
Discusses diplomatic attempts of denuclearization of North Korea. By Nicholas Eberstadt. (AEI 8/09/05) Read More...

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Is Fear Driving Too Much of U.S. Policy?
Discusses trade relations between China and Unocal, as well as how the media has affected the international trading relationship. By James K. Glassman. (AEI 8/08/05) Read More...

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CNOOC Episode Unites Protectionists and Hawks
Discusses China's withdrawal from bidding on Unocal. By Kevin A. Hassett. (AEI 8/08/05) Read More...

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Stay the Course, Mr. President
Discusses the current war in Iraq, and what President Bush should do to resolve conflicts. By Frederick W. Kagan. (AEI 8/08/05) Read More...

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God, Man, and the Common Weal
Discusses Iraq's upcoming constitution and what it will do for the people. By Reuel Marc Gerecht. (AEI 8/08/05) Read More...

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The Price of Compromise
Discusses American strategy in Iraq, and how it can be corrected to solve the conflicts. By Michael Rubin. (AEI 8/08/05) Read More...

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Public Opinion on the War with Iraq
Discusses public opinion of the war in Iraq. By Karlyn H. Bowman. (AEI 8/05/05) Read More...

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Bring Them Home
Discusses the humanitarian view of the conflict between North Korea and South Korea. By Nicholas Eberstadt. (AEI 8/03/05) Read More...

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Iran’s new era: nine lessons for reformers
The inauguration of Iran’s new president is a moment for Iran’s reformers to think afresh, says leading dissident Emadeddin Baghi. (Open Democracy) Read More...

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A generation transformed
As they return from Iraq, troops are transforming the face of America. By Rory B. Quinn (International Herald Tribune, 8/5/2005) Read More...

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Taking Iran to the UN: A dangerous game
The EU-3's threat to refer Iran to the UN Security Council could lead to dramatic and dangerous escalation. By Ian Davis (International Herald Tribune, 8/4/2005) Read More...

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Terrorism is not Islamic
While the recent terror acts have been committed by Muslims, there is nothing ''Islamic'' about them. By Abdul Cader Asmal (The Boston Globe, 8/4/2005) Read More...

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Murder's Row Rules
Discusses murders within Tehran. By Michael A. Ledeen. (AEI 7/15/05) Read More...

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Arab Reform and the West
Discusses democracy in the Middle East. By Danielle Pletka, Mustafa Hamarneh. (AEI 7/14/05) Read More...

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Bring Them Home
Discusses the possibility of unification of North and South Korea. By Nicholas Eberstadt. (AEI 8/03/05) Read More...

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