Strengthening the U.S.-Australian Alliance
Prime Minister John Howard of Australia has made the strategic gamble that a tight alliance with the United States is better for his countrys national security than the narrow pursuit of self-reliance. As a result, Australia is an active participant in the global war on terror and has developed a stronger diplomatic position in Asia than it has enjoyed in years.
Liens Trip Takes Taiwan Down the Wrong Path
The problems Taiwan faces today are not unusual. Newly elected democrats often struggle to learn how to govern and opposition parties just as often struggle to learn how to criticize the government policies without undercutting the government.
China's Blunder The Anti-Secession Law and Its Implications
With Chinas declaration of an anti-secession law, Washington has received a timely if unwelcome reminder of the depth of Beijings determination to retake Taiwan and the reality of geopolitical rivalry in East Asia.
The Korean Peninsula. Six Party Talks and the Nuclear Issue
The most dangerous threat from North Korea, in the U.S. view, is the proliferation of WMD or elements of it to terrorists or to states sponsoring terrorism.
The Revival of the U.S.-Japanese Alliance
This is the first issue of Asian Outlook, a new bimonthly publication that will identify and analyze specific topics that either concern American strategic interests in Asia today or will assume greater importance in the near future.
William Kristol: «Europa debería preocuparse del aislacionismo norteamericano»
William Kristol dirige la revista Weekly Standard, la más influyente del entorno del Partido Republicano. Se atribuye a su movimiento neoconservador el ser el sustento ideológico de la política exterior de la Administración Bush. Fue jefe de gabinete del vicepresidente Dan Quayle. Esta semana ha visitado Madrid para reunirse con el Grupo de Estudios Estratégicos que reúne a analistas -conservadores- de política exterior.
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