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Post-9/11 reforms have made us safer

by Melvin A. Goodman

The Baltimore Sun, Sep-10-2006 | Article

The attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon five years ago exposed fundamental weaknesses in America's intelligence community, particularly the ... Read More »

Is Pakistan friend or foe?

by Selig S. Harrison

The Los Angeles Times, Sep-05-2006 | Article

Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf is supposedly a key U.S. ally in the "war on terror." But is he, in fact, more of a liability than an asset in combating Al Qaeda and the increasingly menacing Taliban forces in Afghanistan?... Read More »

The Forgotten Bargain: Nonproliferation and Nuclear Disarmament

by Selig S. Harrison

The World Policy Journal, Sep-01-2006 | Article

In the debate over how to stop nuclear proliferation, both sides make increasingly untenable assumptions. The advocates of “regime change” in North Korea and Iran underestimate the staying power of the political systems in Pyongyang and Tehran.... Read More »

A Bankrupt Cuba Policy

by Wayne Smith

The Nation, Aug-28-2006 | Article

The Administration will not deal with the existing government, whether led by Fidel or Raúl. It calls for a democratic transitional government but has no means of bringing one into being. Rather, it is left to issue calls in the night wind.... Read More »

Let the Cubans Make Plans for Cuba's Future

by Wayne Smith

The Washington Post, Aug-27-2006 | Letter

An Aug. 19 article by Manuel Roig-Franzia quotes Raúl Castro as saying that Cuba "has always been open to normalizing relations [with the United States] on an equal plane" but adding, "What we can't accept is the policy of arrogance and meddling. . . ."... Read More »

Bush Should Listen To Elders Instead Of Neocons


South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Aug-18-2006 | Article

President Bush's lack of concern for Israel's disproportionate response to Hezbollah's capture of two Israeli soldiers and his monthlong refusal to respond to international... Read More »

Change Must Come From Internal Process

by Wayne Smith

South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Aug-02-2006 | Article

The "Compact with the Cuban People," issued on July 10 by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez, as the two... Read More »

A New Hub for Terrorism?

by Selig S. Harrison

The Washington Post, Aug-02-2006 | Article

While the United States dithers, a growing Islamic fundamentalist movement linked to al-Qaeda and Pakistani intelligence agencies is steadily converting the strategically... Read More »

Mass Punishment Beyond Proportionality


South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Jul-28-2006 | Article

President Bush's crude dismissal of the deadly rerun of Israel's 1982 Lebanon invasion -- "What they need to do is get Syria to get Hezbollah to ... Read More »

`We Must Not Wield The Tools Of Tyrants'


South Florida Sun Sentinel, Jul-14-2006 | Article

he Supreme Court decision banning military commission trials of prisoners at Guantanamo as violations of U.S. military law and Geneva Conventions is a... Read More »

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