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  • U.S. Obtained Evidence in 2002 that N. Korea Has Highly Enriched Uranium

    Selig S. Harrison quoted

    The Dong-A llbo | 02-06-05

    Their contribution comes as a kind of refutation to another article published in the January-February issue of the same magazine authored by Selig Harrison, director at the Center for International Policy. ...Read More »

  • How Condoleezza Rice became the most powerful woman in the world

    Melvin A. Goodman quoted

    The Guardian | 01-16-05

    One critic, however, is Mel Goodman, a former top CIA analyst and author of the book Bush League Diplomacy, which attacks neoconservative foreign policy....Read More »

  • Underground economy expected to boom


    The Japan TImes | 01-07-05

    Know-your-customer rules don't specify how well you need to know your customer, said Raymond Baker, a senior fellow specializing in studies on money-laundering for the Center for International Policy, a think tank in Washington....Read More »

  • Newspaper editor receives death threats

    Robert White quoted

    International Freedom of Expression Exchange | 12-09-04

    On 9 December, the Center for International Policy (CIP), based in Washington and headed by former United States ambassador Robert White, sent C-Libre a copy of a letter addressed to Honduran President Ricardo Maduro, expressing the CIP's concern over the threats against Lagos....Read More »

  • US case against N Korea 'overstated'

    Selig S. Harrison quoted

    Financial TImes | 12-09-04

    High quality global journalism requires investment. Please share this article with others using the link below, do not cut & paste the article. See our Ts&Cs and Copyright Policy for more detail. Email to buy additional rights. “Although it is now widely recognised that the Bush administration misrepresented and distorted the intelligence data it used to justify the invasion of Iraq, most observers have accepted at face value the assessments the administration has used to reverse the previously established US policy towards North Korea,” Selig Harrison, the director of the Asia programme at the Center for International Policy in Washington, writes in an article to be published in Foreign Affairs next month....Read More »

  • Basis for Miami trial of reputed Cali drug lord disputed

    Adam Isacson quoted

    Sun Sentinel | 12-08-04

    "It is hard to tell what impact this could have, but one result is Colombia may be a lot less free and easy with extradition," said Adam Isacson, of the Center for International Policy, a Washington-based think tank on Latin America. "You have to think about future cases."...Read More »

  • Let’s Give North Korea an Incentive to Remove Plutonium

    Selig S. Harrison quoted

    The Dong-A Ilbo | 12-08-04

    In the proposal, former U.S. Ambassadors to Korea Donald Gregg and James Laney, Georgetown University professor David Steinberg, senior researcher Selig Harrison of the Center for International Policy, and University of Chicago professor Bruce Cumings advised, “Negotiate the plutonium issue with Pyongyang first, and deal with the uranium issue in the last stage after building trust through mutual concessions at each stage.”...Read More »

  • Michigan couple face thousands in fines for trip to Cuba

    CIP quoted

    Cuba Net | 12-04-04

    The McCarthy case is one of about 20 now before judges of the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Asset Control, according to the Center for International Policy, which advocates ending travel restrictions to Cuba. ...Read More »

  • Bush plans stop to talk with Colombia's leader

    Adam Isacson quoted

    Houston Chronicle | 11-22-04

    The aid package, known as Plan Colombia, formally comes to an end next year, and it is unclear whether the United States will maintain such high levels of assistance, said Adam Isacson of the Center for International Policy in Washington....Read More »

  • White House Orders CIA Shakeup to Get Rid of "Soft Leakers and Liberal Democrats"

    Melvin A. Goodman quoted

    Democracy Now | 11-15-04

    Reports have emerged over the weekend that the White House has ordered the new CIA director, Porter Goss, to purge the agency of officers believed to have been disloyal to President George W. Bush or of leaking damaging information to the media about the conduct of the Iraq war and the hunt for Osama bin Laden....Read More »

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