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Track Bin Laden or Seize Cigars and Rum? Bush Puts Cuba Sanctions First over Fight against Terrorism Says Center for International Policy

by Sarah Stephens

U.S. Newswire, Apr-29-2004 | Article

The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), the Treasury department agency charged with stopping the transit of illegal funds to... Read More »

Demand A Full Accounting For Our Policies


South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Mar-26-2004 | Article

The terrorist attacks on Spanish trains are now in the terrorist "hall of infamy" and will ever be referred to as 3-11, 9-11's progeny. International terrorism by... Read More »

The Militarization of U.S. Foreign Policy

by Melvin A. Goodman

Guerrilla News Network, Feb-19-2004 | Article

The fall of the Soviet Union handed the U.S. a unique opportunity, as the surviving superpower, to lead the world toward a period of greater cooperation ... Read More »

More Arms Are Not What India and Pakistan Need

by Selig S. Harrison

LA Times, Feb-14-2004 | Article

Washington wants to encourage the search for a South Asian peace that was launched by Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee of India and President... Read More »

Playing To The Exiles Hurts Dissidents' Cause

by Wayne Smith

South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Feb-14-2004 | Article

Over the past two and a half years, the Bush administration has adopted an increasingly hostile, threatening attitude toward Cuba, even as... Read More »

Restoring Faith in Intelligence

by Melvin A. Goodman

The Baltimore Sun, Feb-09-2004 | Article

THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION is unable to grasp that it has presided over the worst intelligence scandal in the history of the United States and that the credibility... Read More »

Pakistan's Nuclear Loopholes

by Selig S. Harrison

The Boston Globe, Feb-09-2004 | Article

Despite multiplying evidence that Iran, North Korea, and Libya have obtained their key nuclear technology from Pakistan, the United States continues to... Read More »

Optimism, Pessimism, and Terrorism: The United States and Colombia in 2003

by Adam Isacson

Brown Journal of World Affairs, Feb-01-2004 | Article

In August 2003 Colombia again became the center of lavish attention from Washington, DC government officials. ... Read More »

Search for Truth as Elusive as Those WMD


South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Jan-29-2004 | Article

President Bush has latched on to two hot-button issues, illegal immigration and a manned mission to Mars, in an obvious attempt to... Read More »

Goodman: U.S. Intelligence Used for Propaganda

by Melvin A. Goodman

The Topeka-Capital Journal, Jan-05-2004 | Article

The worst intelligence scandal in U.S. history has shaken the Bush administration's credibility and promises to complicate U.S. foreign... Read More »

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