Pejman Yousefzadeh: April 2002 Archives

The Indian Gambit

Thirty years ago, the United States brilliantly neutralized Soviet power during the Cold War through a diplomatic opening to the People's Republic of China. For the rest of the Cold War, the United States successfully played the Chinese off... Read More

Intelligence Dumb Show

If the United States is to conclusively win the war on terrorism, it must overhaul and enhance its intelligence capabilities. Past intelligence failures highlight this need. American intelligence failed to discover any information that might have uncovered the Sept Read More

Delay No Longer

Despite President Bush's record approval ratings, and the particularly strong praise that he has garnered for the war on terrorism, much of the rest of his program is languishing. On the one hand, many important elements of the President's domestic... Read More

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