Posts Tagged: Cheng Li
The report on the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict by the commission led by former U.S. Senator George Mitchell is a failed effort--not for what it includes but for what it does not include.
Any antidrug policy that forsakes or underestimates the decisive importance of democratic institutions or economic and social issues will always be counterproductive and play into the hands of drug traffickers.
Whoever is to blame in the Bowers incident, there is no escaping U.S. culpability in a policy that leads to death and destruction and is ultimately ineffective.
Excessive arms sales to Taiwan might jeopardize this favorable trend.
It will be very difficult for the United States to speak out against human rights abuses as long as it protects its allies from international criticism or scrutiny.
The nomination of someone as unsuitable as Kansteiner deserves greater scrutiny and public opposition.
The upcoming meeting in Key West is part of a continuing attempt to settle the conflict between the two countries over the region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Bush's Controversial Appointment Otto Juan Reich
There is a growing consensus among policymakers that it is time to reform drug policy.
It's hard for Americans, even progressive Americans, to imagine a future in which the U.S. is no longer the "indispensable country."