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Washington representative of the Fund for Reconciliation and Development, a nonprofit organization advocating for normal economic, cultural, educational, and diplomatic relations with Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.
In the event of a U.S. invasion of Iraq, a lack of regional support would have more than just political implications.
Chávez assumed the presidency of Venezuela in 1998 at the head of what he called a Bolivarian Revolution.
In the United States and around the world, many are questioning why, despite some mild rebukes, Washington has maintained its large-scale military, financial, and diplomatic support for the Israeli occupation in the face of unprecedented violations of international law and human rights standards by Israeli occupation forces.
President Bush's State of the Union speech served clear notice that the U.S. "war on terror" is coming to Northeast Asia.
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.
Without a trial, the memory of the Khmer Rouge horror will remain an open wound in the psyche of Khmer society.
To reach its public diplomacy goals, the U.S. will need to master the tools of intercultural and public communication.
Whether or not the shaky cease-fire in effect since the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States holds, the prospects for Israeli-Palestinian peace remain dim.
The violence associated with small arms abuse is linked to criminality and can be best addressed by controlling the trade in illicit arms