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The events of 9-11 have permitted the Bush administration to paint U.S. foreign policy as a matter of black and white choices.
As Indian opposition leaders have charged, it was part of a broader tendency toward eliminating civil liberties and scapegoating cultural minorities in an aggressive effort to impose a unified sense of nationhood on one of the world's most culturally dive
At this crucial juncture, leadership appears to be lacking.
China and North Korea in particular have expressed strong concern with the "dangerous trend" in Japan's emerging activist security posture.
China's foreign policy has been hit hard by recent developments, including new U.S. influence on their western border.
President Bush's State of the Union speech served clear notice that the U.S. "war on terror" is coming to Northeast Asia.
The alternatives to negotiating with the North are all worse than agreements that have been gotten.
By almost any measure, the war on AIDS is more important than the war on terrorism. Yet Washingtons fixation with the latterstill loosely definedcampaign threatens to crowd out attention to Africas priorities.
One of the first State of the Union speeches in a long time to pay attention to foreign policy.
The very conditions that persuade millions of farmers and workers and environmentalists and students and others to join movements around the world and come together, are there and in some ways are stronger than ever.