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Lack of democracy breeds terror
An open letter from leading pro-democracy Iranian intellectuals to American intellectuals on the occasion of the 3rd anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. (9/28/2004) Read More...

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Repair the Electoral College
Instead of replacing the electoral college system with a national direct election, the system should be reformed, says the author. By Peter M. Shane. (Washington Post, 10/31/2004) Read More...

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The Iran Problem Awaiting Bush or Kerry
While Tehran's unprecedented "endorsement" of President Bush raised some eyebrows this week, Iran hasn’t been much of an issue in the Presidential campaign. But as international efforts to confront th... Read More...

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Putting Off 9/11 Reform Law is the Right Answer
Congress should not hastily pass the legislative reforms proposed by the 9/11 Commission. (Heritage Foundation, 10/28/2004) Read More...

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Intelligence Reform Needs To Enhance Our Legal Capacity To Combat Terrorism
The Senate should accept certain House amendments to the intelligence reform bill that is currently before Congress. (Heritage Foundation, 10/21/2004) Read More...

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The Senate and House 9/11 Reform Bills Both Miss the Mark
A discussion of the problems in the Senate and House intelligence reform bills. (Heritage Foundation, 10/19/2004) Read More...

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Enhanced Information Sharing Is Vital to the Success of the National Intelligence Director
The intelligence reform bills being considered by the House and Senate should give the proposed National Intelligence Director more information-sharing abilities. By Paul Rosenzweig and James Jay Cara... Read More...

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What a Comprehensive Intelligence Bill Should Contain
All the legislative proposals offered in response to the 9/11 Commission report have some merit, but none accurately hits the mark. (Heritage Foundation, 09/23/2004) Read More...

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Preventive Detention and Actionable Intelligence
America needs to develop a coherent structure of laws and procedures to deal with the interaction of intelligence information and the judicial system. (Heritage Foundation, 09/16/2004) Read More...

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Before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Statement of Dr. James Jay Carafano before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. (Heritage Foundation, 08/10/2004) Read More...

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Intelligence Recommendations Bear Scrutiny
Most of the recommendations by the 9/11 Commission are spot-on, but the proposals to create a National Counterterrorism Center and a national intelligence director bear closer scrutiny. (Heritage Foun... Read More...

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Hope Fades for Intelligence Bill Compromise Soon
The four chief House and Senate negotiators failed once again to reach agreement on the extent of budget powers to grant to a new national intelligence director, as part of a major reorganization of t... Read More...

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IA-Forum Roundtable Interview: Christopher Preble
Christopher Preble (Cato Institute) talks to IA-Forum in the second of our roundtable interview series on Iraq. By Jens Laurson and Dimitri Neos. (IA-Forum, 10/20/2004) Read More...

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Technology Key To More Oil Supplies In The Future
Owing to the current turmoil in oil markets, a number of analysts have raised the specter of the world soon running out of oil. While there are concerns of seeming inadequate levels of investment to m... Read More...

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The dangers of playing hardball with Iran
The month of November in a US presidential-election year is not supposed to be particularly eventful, but this year may be an exception, in the light of the gathering storm over Iran's nuclear program... Read More...

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Faux Amis
Antipathy between France and America is nothing new. By Jeffrey Gedmin. (Wall St. Journal, 10/14/2004) Read More...

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IA-Forum Interview: Ambassador Marc Ginsberg
Marc Ginsberg, former U.S. Ambassador to Morocco, chair of the Alliance for American Leadership, and Foreign Affairs Analyst for Fox News Channel talks to IA-Forum about U.S. Foreign Policy and Iraq. ... Read More...

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European Press Review: The Final Spurt to the White House
European newspapers comment on the US presidential election campaign, which is in its final stages, and Germany's Opel and KarstadtQuelle crisis. (Deutche Welle, 10/15/2004) Read More...

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Can the ‘Special’ US-UK Relationship Survive?
Just when one thinks Tony Blair has had enough of standing shoulder to shoulder with his American counterpart, he surprises us all. His credibility in the eyes of his own public. By Linda S. Heard. (... Read More...

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Colin Powell Visits Brazil, But Why?
The visit, which lasted less than two days, was so fleeting and flimsy that one cannot help but wonder why Powell came and what he thought he had achieved. By John Fitzpatrick (Brazzil, 10/12/2004) Read More...

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US Capitalism Recreates Europe's Mistakes
Author writes that some of the greatest long-term damage done by the Bush administration to the unity of the west has come from US domestic policies. By Anatol Lieven. (Financial Times, 9/15/2004) Read More...

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American Nationalism: Addressing the Challenge of Identity and Threat
Anatol Lieven discusses his newest book, America Right or Wrong: An Anatomy of American Nationalism. [Audio] (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 10/13/2004) Read More...

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Transcript - Bush Kerry Debate 3
Transcript of the final debate between President George W. Bush and Sen. John Kerry held at Arizona State University. (CNN, 10/13/2004) Read More...

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A Conservative Vision for U.S. Policy Toward Europe
Rather than continuing the pattern of merely reacting to fundamental changes in Europe, at both the state and European Union (EU) levels, the United States should proactively approach the transatlanti... Read More...

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The Myth of U.S. Isolation: Why America Is Not Alone in the War on Terror
Author argues that the American public could be forgiven for thinking that the transatlantic alliance no longer exists. By Nile Gardiner. (The Heritage Foundation; 09/07/2004) Read More...

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Europe Must Exercise Both Soft and Hard Power
EU leaders agree that the United States and Europe must maintain a united front against the challenges of the 21st century and that the EU must play a greater role in assuring international security.B... Read More...

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Can Iraq Be Democratic?
Contends that the White House will be gravely disappointed with the result of its effort to establish a stable liberal democracy in Iraq, or any other nation home to a large population of Muslims or A... Read More...

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Iraq: The Wrong War
President Bush asserts that U.S. military action against Iraq was justified. But even if Iraq was in violation of a UN resolution, the U.S. military does not exist to enforce UN mandates. By Charles ... Read More...

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After Victory Toward a New Military Posture in the Persian Gulf
Donald Rumsfeld's announcement that U.S. troops will be removed from Saudi Arabia represents a significant and welcome change in U.S. policy toward the Persian Gulf. By Chris Preble. (Cato Institute... Read More...

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CIA and the WMD Issue
Discusses the resignation of George Tenet. By Alan Reynolds. (Cato Institute, 6/20/2004) Read More...

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