Monthly Archives: March 2010

Mar 31 2010

No Longer Special?

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By Professor Michael Cox A recently released report by the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee has received more than its fair share of analysis by the commentariat who rarely, if ever, look at the committee’s reports with much care. … Continue reading

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Mar 30 2010

US-Russian Relations and Disarmament

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By Sergey Radchenko Conclusion of a nuclear arms deal has infused US-Russian relations with a new sense of optimism reminiscent of the late 1980s amid indications that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s bid to “reset” relations with Moscow has borne … Continue reading

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Mar 23 2010

Latin America and the Middle East: Contrasting Approaches

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By Guy Burton Judging from recent weeks, the Middle East’s engagement with the wider world seems to be directed by North-South relations. Washington’s proposal for sanctions against Iran’s nuclear programme came to a grinding halt in the UN while US … Continue reading

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