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  • Bush, Posada & Terrorism Hypocrisy

    Wayne Smith quoted

    Institute for Public Accuracy | 06-13-05

    Available for a limited number of interviews, Smith is a senior fellow at the Center for International Policy. He said today: “We should treat everyone who is accused of terrorist activity in a similar way....Read More »

  • Bush Says U.S., S. Korea Share Goal on N. Korea Arms

    Selig S. Harrison quoted | 06-10-05

    South Korea needs a positive relationship with the U.S. to preserve a stable investment climate under the International Monetary Fund's $17 billion financing in 1997, said Selig Harrison, director of the Center for International Policy's Asia program....Read More »

  • What’s Ahead for Cuba?

    Wayne Smith quoted | 06-08-05

    President George Bush has made a point of his unwavering moral stand on the issue of harboring terrorists, pointed out Wayne Smith, former chief of the U.S. Interests Section in Havana (1979-1982), and now a Senior Fellow at the Center for International Policy....Read More »

  • Will the bell toll for Hemingway's Havana home?

    Wayne Smith quoted

    Christian Science Monitor | 06-07-05

    Wayne Smith, director of the Cuba Project at the Center for International Policy in Washington and a former chief of the US Interests Section in Havana, notes that the Hemingway Foundation's request for a travel license last year was denied after critics labeled the project as a boon to Cuban tourism....Read More »

  • Opposition to U.S. Makes Chávez a Hero to Many

    Wayne Smith quoted

    New York TImes | 06-01-05

    "He's following his own path, his own destiny, and he's doing it against U.S. opposition, so the Latin Americans support it," said Wayne Smith, a former American diplomat in Cuba and now a senior fellow at the Center for International Policy, which tracks developments in Latin America....Read More »

  • Military Creating 'Rods from God"

    Craig Eisendrath quoted

    Cape Cod Times | 05-31-05

    Dr. Craig Eisendrath, who helped write the 1967 Outer Space Treaty and is now a senior fellow at the Center for International Policy, gave an overview on the history of ballistic missile defense....Read More »

  • Colombia's Disarmament Talks Thrown Into Disarray


    New York Times | 05-25-05

    "If they follow through and punish for the cease-fire violations and exclude the narcos, this is actually really good for the talks," said Adam Isacson, who closely follows military matters in Colombia for the Center for International Policy in Washington....Read More »

  • Bush's dilemma: combating terrorism or supporting mercenaries

    Wayne Smith quoted

    Axis of Logic | 05-22-05

    Wayne Smith, the former U.S. envoy to Cuba and the current head of the Cuban Program at the Center for International Policy in Washington, recently said that granting Posada permanent resident status would seriously compromise U.S. policy and strategy in the campaign against terrorism....Read More »


    Selig S. Harrison quoted

    New York TImes | 05-12-05

    ''They gave me the impression that the unloading had started,'' Selig S. Harrison, a North Korea specialist and the director of the Asia program at the Center for International Policy in Washington, said by telephone Wednesday of meetings he had with North Korean officials in Pyongyang, the capital, from April 5 to 9....Read More »

  • U.S. Pushes to Restart North Korea Talks

    Selig S. Harrison quoted

    Arms Control Association | 05-06-05

    North Korea expert Selig Harrison told reporters April 9 that, during a recent meeting, Vice Foreign Minister Kim Gye Gwan said Pyongyang might give nuclear weapons to terrorists if “the United States drives us into a corner.”...Read More »

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