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Engaging Problem Countries

U.S. policymakers have normally turned to military force, political and economic sanctions, and covert action in trying to dissuade so-called "rogue states" - notably Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Libya, and North Korea - from behavior that the United States fi…

Adding 3Ns to the 3Ds - Lessons from the 1996 Zaire Mission for Humanitarian Interventions

This paper examines the 3D (defence, diplomacy, and development) framework for humanitarian interventions in weak states and/or conflict situations. It accepts that there are some considerable strengths built into this strategic concept for it privi…

Reforming Egypt - In Search of A Strategy

Egypt's first multi-candidate presidential election, a response to U.S. pressure, was a false start for reform. Formal pluralism has never seriously limited the dominance of President Mubarak's National Democratic Party (NDP); extension to the presi…

G-8 Preview: Bush and Allies to Discuss Repairing Their Rift and Rebuilding Iraq

The annual economic summit of eight industrialized nations, which begins June 1 in Evian, France, will provide an opportunity for President Bush to repair relations with major European countries that opposed the U.S. invasion of Iraq, particularly F…

Observations on African voting in the United Nations, concerning the Israeli-Arab conflict

The voting by the independent states of Africa in the United Nations General Assembly Session concerning the Arab-Israeli conflict shows interesting differences and gives rise to some significant observations. This paper attempts to throw some light…

Poles Apart or States Together? Israel, South Africa and the Middle East Crisis

"This report examines the impasse from both Israeli and Palestinian perspectives, highlighting the lessons of conflict resolution from SA and how they might be applied to the Middle East. It concludes with an assessment of the implications of and b…

Iran/Etats-Unis L’assassinat de Soulaimani, pas de quoi générer une guerre / Iran/United States: The Assassination of Sulaimani, not enough to Start a War

In view of the current state of relations between the United States and Iran and the current situation in the region and the world today, this paper attempts to explore the ways in which the tension could evolve. Are we heading for war? Who will be …

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