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February 2, 2005

Iraq
IRAQ: Troop Reinforcements

This publication is now archived. Why is the Pentagon bolstering U.S. forces in Iraq?The Pentagon says it is developing plans to keep American troop levels in Iraq at 135,000 or higher after the June…

February 3, 2005

Iraq
IRAQ: The War’s First Days

This publication is now archived. Did the war with Iraq begin as expected?No. Pentagon officials had said before the war started on March 19 that it would begin with an intense "shock and awe" assaul…

February 7, 2005

United States
AIDS: The U.S. Anti-AIDS Program

This publication is now archived. What’s the status of President Bush’s anti-AIDS plan?Congress has authorized $2.4 billion for the first year of President Bush’s landmark $15 billion, 5-year plan to…

February 15, 2005

Terrorism and Counterterrorism
TERROR: 9/11 Commission

This publication is now archived. What is the 9/11 Commission?The National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States is a bipartisan, independent panel. Its 13 members and staff of nearl…

February 16, 2005

Iraq
IRAQ: Law and Order in Postwar Iraq

This publication is now archived. Who is in charge of law and order in postwar Iraq?For now, the United States and Great Britain, and it appears that will remain the case for some months. In response…

February 16, 2005

North Korea
NORTH KOREA: U.S. Negotiations

This publication is now archived. Is the United States willing to negotiate with North Korea?Administration officials appear interested in another round of talks aimed at stopping North Korea’s advan…

February 16, 2005

Defense and Security
TAIWAN: Presidential Election

This publication is now archived. What are the main issues in the upcoming Taiwan election?Experts say the biggest issues in the March 20 presidential vote are Taiwan’s relationship with China and th…

January 1, 2006

Homeland Security
Targets for Terrorism: Food and Agriculture

This publication is now archived. Is America’s food supply safe from terrorist attacks?No. The United States spends more than $1 billion every year to keep America’s food supply safe, but even withou…

May 18, 2006

Media
China’s Soft Power Initiative

China is expanding its use of cultural, educational, and diplomatic tools to increase its appeal across the world. The move comes as U.S. cultural influence slips and some say the United States may b…

November 1, 2006

Elections and Voting
Nicaragua’s Presidential Elections

Sandinista leader Daniel Ortega leads the polls ahead of November 5 presidential elections and appears on the verge of an extraordinary political comeback. It remains unclear what an Ortega presidenc…