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China Reform Monitor - No. 794
Bulletins - December 3, 2009
 

Beijing's "Great Firewall" stifling China's netizens; Washington neutral on South China Sea spat

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 791
Bulletins - November 16, 2009
 

Beijing finds environmental policies ignored; Anti-corruption drive catches another leader in its net

 
No Substitute For Substance
Articles - November 9, 2009
 

The primary purpose of U.S. public diplomacy is to explain, promote, and defend American principles to audiences abroad. This objective goes well beyond the public affairs function of presenting and explaining the specific policies of various administrations. Policies and administrations change; principles do not, so long as the United States remains true to itself. Public diplomacy has a particularly vital mission during war, when the peoples of other countries, whether adversaries or allies, need to know why we fight. After all, it is a conflict of ideas that is behind the shooting wars, and it is that conflict which must be won to achieve any lasting success.

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 785
Bulletins - October 12, 2009
 

China, neighbors harden claims to Spratleys; CCP bugging cabs in Beijing

 
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 1645
Bulletins - September 16, 2009
 

Russia's version of net-centric warfare;
"Root causes" in the Caucasus

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 779
Bulletins - September 3, 2009
 

China signs blockbuster gas deal with Australia; Beijing warns lawyers not to handle Xinjiang cases

 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 93
Bulletins - August 14, 2009
 

Defiant in Tehran; How Iran sees energy sanctions; A legal offensive

 
Iran Democracy Monitor - No. 92
Bulletins - July 24, 2009
 

SPECIAL ISSUE: The Islamic Republic Strikes Back

 
Winning The Long War: Retaking The Offensive Against Radical Islam
Books - July 2009
 

Winning the Long War is a trenchant examination of the past seven years of the Global War on Terror, the future battlegrounds that will confront the United States in the struggle against radical Islam in the years ahead, and how America can reclaim the initiative in what has become the defining struggle of the twenty-first century.

 
China Reform Monitor - No. 767
Bulletins - June 24, 2009
 

New censorship software to be included in all Chinese PCs; Beijing reforms stale "petition system"