- NewsletterBy Patrick M. CroninOct 27, 2003
Hidden away in President Bush’s trip to Asia, especially his short stopover in Bali, are clues that the administration may be finally broadening and deepening its counterterror strategy.
- ReportOct 25, 2003
- NewsletterOct 16, 2003The October 2003 Issue of Comparative Connections is now available:
- Issues in International Political Economy - Trade Negotiation Prospects: Global and Hemispheric - October 2003, Number 46NewsletterBy Sidney Weintraub, Sidney WeintraubOct 15, 2003
The failure of the ministerial trade meeting in CancÃºn in September was a serious blow to the further liberalization of world trade in goods and services.
- ReportOct 15, 2003
- NewsletterOct 15, 2003
On Monday, October 20, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) will issue a new report on what it calls “the knowledge gap” in the Arab world. The report is a followon to the comprehensive Arab Human Development Report 2002 issued a year ago.
- NewsletterBy Johnnie CarsonOct 15, 2003
In terms of U.S. interests, Kenya is arguably the most important country in East Africa. However, over much of the last decade and a half, the country has not received a great deal of serious or sustained attention from senior U.S. policymakers.
- NewsletterBy Dean ChengOct 14, 2003
In recent weeks, there has been mounting attention paid to the Chinese space program, as China prepares to join the United States and Russia in launching one of its citizens into outer space.
- NewsletterBy James J. PrzystupOct 9, 2003
During the 1990s, much of U.S. strategic thinking focused on China’s emergence as a great power in East Asia – on the process of its becoming a great power. That thinking is now passé. Today, China is East Asia’s great power.
- ReportBy Andre BelelieuOct 8, 2003
The Liberal Party of Ontario won a decisive victory in the 2003 Ontario provincial election. The Liberals will form a majority government under their leader, Dalton McGuinty.