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The end of the cold war has seemingly only hardened American unilateralism toward Lebanon and the Middle East.
For a number of reasons, the IMF is facing an identity crisis.
Washingtons policy ignores Tibets complex history, is driven by domestic politics, and is inherently contradictory.
Despite an announced "compromise" both the procedure that produced the Iraqi constitutional draft that will be voted on October 15, and its constitutional substance were and are disastrous.
The cost to small towns of the war in Iraq.
Bush's October 6 address illustrated his desperate effort to justify the increasingly unpopular U.S. war in Iraq.
What happened in Basra may be a preview of a strategy aimed at causing the collapse of the U.S. political position in one city after another.
Fujimoris decision to call for new elections and dismantle SIN is an important step toward putting Peru back on the path to democratization; however, the situation remains very tense and the position of the military and intelligence services uncertain.
Ten years after the Gulf War, U.S. policy toward Iraq continues to suffer from an overreliance on military solutions, an abuse of the United Nations and international law, and a disregard for the human suffering resulting from sanctions.
The meeting between the UN, the Coalition, and the Iraqi Governing Council on 19 January suggests that the harsh realities of an election year in the U.S. may be making elections more feasible in Iraq.