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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

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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 »

Power Without Statesmanship Will Not Gain Peace

by Wayne Smith

South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Nov-23-2003 | Article

Immediately after the 9-11 terrorist attacks there was an outpouring of support for and solidarity with the United States. The world faced a new threat, and, it was believed, the United States would now, as it had during the Cold War, lead the way in confronting it, consulting with its allies and working carefully within the United Nations system as it did so.... Read More »

A Cry For 'Justice'

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South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Oct-10-2003 | Article

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's recent New York statements --that "Islam as a religion is being targeted and pilloried," that the Islamic world has an obligation to reform the religious schools "that preach hatred" and that it must "shun militancy and extremism" but for that to be feasible "the West must join us by helping to resolve all political disputes involving Muslims with justice" -- deserve to be pondered and acted upon.... Read More »

The White House, Congress and the CIA

by Melvin A. Goodman

The Washington Post, Oct-01-2003 | Article

Mel Goodman, former CIA analyst and senior fellow at the Center forInternational Policy, discusses the misuse of intelligence and the need to protect CIA operatives.... Read More »

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