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A Nuclear Partnership with India

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The Boston Globe, Mar-02-2006 | Article

After decades of tensions with New Delhi, the Bush administration is moving steadily to establish a new strategic partnership to strengthen India as a counterweight to China in the Asian balance of power.... Read More »

Giving Mexico the Business

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South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Feb-24-2006 | Letter

The U.S. Treasury Department had ordered the Maria Isabel Sheraton Hotel to expel the members of a Cuban delegation there to attend an international conference. ... Read More »

Bush and the Waning U.S. Position in Latin America

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Feb-23-2006 | Article

The Bush administration has managed to reduce U.S. credibility and prestige in Latin America to its lowest point in memory.... Read More »

U.S. Should Not Cut Off Palestinians

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South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Feb-17-2006 | Article

President Bush has discovered that his laudable position on exporting democracy to the Middle East can have unpredicted consequences. The Palestinian... Read More »

Pakistan's Costly 'Other War'

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The Washington Post, Feb-15-2006 | Article

The usual explanation for Pakistan's failure to go all-out against al Qaeda and Taliban forces along the Afghan frontier is that Gen. Pervez Musharraf's armed forces and intelligence services are riddled with Islamic extremists.... Read More »

Cuba, Bush, and the Mexico 'No-no'

by Sarah Stephens

The Huffington Post, Feb-10-2006 | Article

America may be addicted to Middle Eastern oil, as President Bush argued in his State of the Union speech last month, but his addiction to the hard line... Read More »

U.S.-Venezuelan Relations

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Feb-10-2006 | Letter

In her February 10 article on increasingly tense relations between the United States and Venezuela, Pamela Constable quotes Otto Reich as saying that: “We didn’t start this,“ and that Chavez was responsible for provoking U.S. hostility.... Read More »

Roh Balances National Priorities and Alliance with U.S.

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Korea Policy Review , Feb-05-2006 | Article

In carrying out his election campaign pledge to reshape the U.S.-South Korean alliance, President Roh Moo Hyun has skillfully balanced conflicting national priorities during the first three years of his tenure.... Read More »

U.S. Policy's Effect the Opposite of Goal

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

This past Dec. 19, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice reconvened the Commission for Assistance to a Free Cuba, originally called into being by President Bush in 2003 to explore ways "to hasten and ease a democratic transition in Cuba." ... Read More »

It Is Time to Put Security Issues on the Table with Iran

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The Financial Times, Jan-18-2006 | Article

Diplomacy has failed, it is argued, so it is now time to get tough with Iran. But has diplomacy really been tested? Whether or not the Iranian nuclear... Read More »

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