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The failure of the Bush administration, even as it complements Hanoi for its progress in the economic sphere.
One strength of truly progressive analysis is that it places what appear to be isolated events in a larger context
Afghanistan will undergo the first presidential elections in the countrys history on October 9, 2004.
The Taliban are acutely aware that sustained donor interest and military support will not last forever; donor fatigue, shifting budgetary priorities, and waning donor attention are inevitable.
Indeed, the Bush administration, with strong backing from both parties in Congress, is now engaging in what the Israeli newspaper Haaretz has referred to as the Sharonization of U.S. Policy.
It was clear from the start that Iraq's sovereignty was in name, not in deed.
Winning a worldwide war on terrorism is much more about overcoming cultural mindsets that set people apart from each other out of fear and ignorance than about celebrating the freedom of the American barbecue.
Public understandings of the economy also matter.
The Japanese weekly magazine Aera questioned whether Kim Jong Il would follow the cooperative path of Moammar Gadhafi, or continue along the confrontational, and ultimately self-destructive, path that Saddam Hussein trod.
Does Qadhafi mean what he says and will Washington reciprocate and normalize relations with Libya?