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    Restructuring of Sanctions Against Iraq

    • March 01, 2001

    Secretary of State Colin Powell has called for the easing of U.S. sanctions against Iraqi civilians, while tightening those against the government and military in light of a recent intelligence assessment finding that Iraq may be able to deploy nuclear weapons within three years.

  • Commentary

    Rumsfeld's Russian Assault

  • Research

    Americans Against Breaking Treaties For NMD

    • February 20, 2001

    The American public remains deeply skeptical of missile defenses. ABC News reports in a recent poll that "most Americans support the concept in principle, but that support dissipates dramatically in the face of counter-arguments on the price, workability and ramifications of the project."

  • Commentary

    The Multilateral Development Banks in a Changing Global Economy

  • Research

    Biological Weapons Talks Stalled

    • February 15, 2001

    In Geneva, negotiations have stalled on a verification mechanism for the treaty banning biological weapons. Talks are deadlocked over both the draft text and negotiation procedures. Jenni Rissanen, an analyst at the Acronym Institute, analyzes current obstacles facing the Biological Weapons Convention.

  • Research

    Mexico - U.S.Migration: A Shared Responsibility

    • February 14, 2001
    • Carnegie

  • Research

    Breaking the Labor-Trade Deadlock

    • February 12, 2001
    • Carnegie

  • Research

    Prospects for Nuclear Reductions in the Bush Administration

    • February 09, 2001

    Project Director Joseph Cirincione outlines the three possible outcomes of the new strategic nuclear review ordered by President Bush and describes the conflicts that will shape whatever policy emerges. If done right, the review could help the president implement sweeping arms reductions and negotiate new agreements more effectively than President Clinton.

  • Commentary

    Future Shock: The WTO and Political Change in China

  • Commentary

    Read My Lips II: Shorting the Military

  • Research

    International Reaction to National Missile Defense

    • February 06, 2001

    Bush administration efforts to promote a new national missile defense (NMD) plan have met with skepticism, hostility and uncertainty abroad. The Non-Proliferation Project has gathered recent quotes from the governments and leaders that will determine the outcome of the international debate on NMD. For further resources, visit the Project's resource page on <a href="http://www.ceip.org/files/nonprolif/weapons/weapon.asp?ID=5&weapon=missiledefense">missile defenses</a>.

  • Commentary

    We Did Too Little

  • Commentary

    Democracy, State and AID: A Tale of Two Cultures

    USAID and the State Department operate under two distinct philosophies on how to promote democracy abroad. USAID underwrites technocratic democracy aid programs and sees democratization as a long-term developmental process. In contrast, the State Department focuses on politicians and political events, not on developmental processes, and wants immediate results.

  • Commentary

    Internet and Asia: Broadband or Broad Bans?

    Civil society is not the only group of actors which recognizes the potential political power of the Internet. Authoritarian governments are wary of the political communication the Internet makes possible. Many have pushed measures to control the technology and shape the Internet's development to their needs.

  • Commentary

    Four Reasons to Aid Democracy Abroad

  • Commentary

    Moscow, Misreading Bush

  • Commentary

    Good Fight

    But now Bush is about to become president and he shows signs of understanding that his presidency cannot mostly be about continuing to let the good times roll. Nowhere is the need for change, supported by steely determination, greater than in American foreign and defense policy. The need for a radical change of course is clear on four issues: the defense budget, missile defense, China, and Iraq.

  • Commentary

    Press Conference with Alexander Pikayev

    Alexander Pikayev spoke on the George Bush administration, the ABM Treaty and NATO expansion.

  • Research

    Iraq Resumes WMD Activities, New York Times Reports

    • January 22, 2001

    Press reports that Iraq has rebuilt chemical and biological weapons plants bombed by the United States in late 1998 present newly-inaugurated President George W. Bush with a serious non-proliferation challenge. A <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2001/01/22/world/22IRAQ.html">New York Times report</a> that Iraq has rebuilt chemical and biological weapons-capable plants at Falluja demonstrates the continued threat posed to regional stability by Saddam Hussein.

  • Research

    Introduction to Chemical and Biological Weapons

    • January 18, 2001
    • Carnegie

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