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China Reform Monitor - No. 716
Bulletins - September 24, 2008
 

China snubs India at nuke deal talks;
CPC calls for "high-pressure crackdown" on Uighur separatists

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 185
Bulletins - September 19, 2008
 

It's official: Mahdi Army disbanded; Al-Qaeda under pressure in Israel...; ...and the Gaza Strip; The Bin Laden network versus Iran; Central Asia sticks by Nabucco

 
9/11 + 7
Articles - September 11, 2008
 

It is now seven years after 9/11. The attack designed to change the world has done so, but not in ways its planners predicted, or any Americans anticipated. The United States had been on autopilot in the 1990s, expecting the world to evolve on its own, believing that progress would arrive as the result of historic forces that required no leadership, demanded no sacrifice. But nature abhors a vacuum, and into the void stepped a small group of ultra-violent radicals with a program of their own. Through a combination of methodical planning, strategic audaciousness and a bit of luck, they pulled off an attack that brought about the new world in a matter of hours.

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 712
Bulletins - September 4, 2008
 

Beijing and Manila navigate complex relationship;
Attacks in Xinjiang on the rise

 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 77
Bulletins - August 29, 2008
 

Waiting for the Mahdi; Band-aids over bleeding economic wounds; More nuclear movement in Tehran; Bad behavior in Iraq

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 184
Bulletins - August 29, 2008
 

Jordan seeks China's help for nascent nuke program...; ...and opens a long-closed door to Hamas; Extremists unite in Lebanon; Syria's quest for long-range missiles denied; Through Venezuela, Iran enters America's backyard

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 711
Bulletins - August 26, 2008
 

Beijing tightens noose around Uighurs ahead of Games;
Chinese interest in Burmese islands spooks India

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 183
Bulletins - August 23, 2008
 

HUT makes inroads in Gaza; A welcome visit for Iraq; Georgia-Russia conflict: an Azeri perspective; Georgia-Russia conflict: a Turkish perspective

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 182
Bulletins - August 9, 2008
 

Retooling the constitution in Turkmenistan; A comeback for Iraqi oil; Another Syrian murder mystery; Sadr in retreat

 
Al-Maliki Raises Hopes For A More Stable Iraq
Articles - July 14, 2008
 

Give Nouri al-Maliki credit. Since assuming his post in May 2006, Iraq's embattled prime minister has been written off by more than a few observers as an agent of Iranian influence or a cat's paw of the US-led Coalition. However, since early this year, Al-Maliki has definitively proven that he is neither. In the process, he has moved his country considerably closer to lasting stability.

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 179
Bulletins - June 26, 2008
 

Hezbollah hunkers down; In the Muslim Brotherhood, a boost for radicals; Common enemies in Uzbekistan; Fatah under seige in Gaza; Solidarity across the Islamist divide...

 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 74
Bulletins - May 29, 2008
 

Financial pressure, European style; Iran's Baha'i under fire; Securing Syria; Larijani rising

 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 73
Bulletins - May 16, 2008
 
To export, or not to export?; Not so quiet on the economic front
 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 72
Bulletins - April 23, 2008
 

Iran and al-Qaeda; the ties that bind; A helping hand for Palestinian militants; Rewriting history in Tehran; Iran's take on the news

 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 71
Bulletins - April 14, 2008
 

More nuclear progress in Tehran...; ...and greater economic generosity abroad; A new phase in the war on media; Tehran's newest counterterrorism partner

 
Bad Timing In Basra
Articles - April 8, 2008
 

What a difference eight months makes. Last September, General David Petraeus was essentially branded a liar for reporting to Congress that the situation in Iraq was improving markedly, that the so-called “surge” strategy was achieving its intended aims. Today, the general returns with more good news: violence in the country down 75 percent; Sunni sheiks cooperating with the government and Coalition (the “Anbar awakening”); and al-Qaeda in Iraq severely weakened and on the run. Unfortunately, General Petraeus will no doubt have to contend with a barrage of questions about the recent weeks’ fighting in Basra and Baghdad.

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No 211
Bulletins - March 28, 2008
 

Malay election highlights ethnic tensions;
Thailand's simmering south

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 173
Bulletins - March 25, 2008
 

Brotherhood cries foul in upcoming elections; The softer side of Erdogan; A monster is freed in Jordon; The PKK mafia; Liberal "apostates" under fire in Saudi Arabia

 
Eurasia Security Watch - No. 172
Bulletins - March 19, 2008
 

Opening the petroleum floodgates; A fading legacy in Central Asia; Dissension in the Islamist ranks; Al-Qaeda's Palestinian foothold

 
South Asia Security Monitor - No. 210
Bulletins - March 14, 2008
 

The LTTE's marriages of convenience;
Nuclear dreams in Jakarta