Monthly Archives: October 2006

October 16, 2006

Cambodia’s next election: Hun Sen steals the show (again)

Before his country falls under the 2008 election spotlight, Cambodia’s Prime Minister is already acting to ensure he cannot lose. Hun Sen is a former Khmer Rouge officer who rose to power in the aftermath of Pol Pot’s reign of …

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October 9, 2006

Towards an endgame on the Korean peninsula?

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has reportedly tested a nuclear weapon, delivering on a promise included in the 3rd October statement by its Foreign Ministry. The DPRK’s statement and subsequent nuclear test have prompted alarm in Washington, Seoul, …

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Towards an endgame on the Korean peninsula?

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has reportedly tested a nuclear weapon, delivering on a promise included in the 3rd October statement by its Foreign Ministry. The DPRK’s statement and subsequent nuclear test have prompted alarm in Washington, Seoul, …

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October 7, 2006

Seeing it through

What enterprise that an enlightened community may attempt is more noble and more profitable than the reclamation from barbarism of fertile regions and large populations? To give peace to warring tribes, to administer justice where all was violence, to strike …

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October 4, 2006

European Security: Time to Move Beyond ‘Effective Multilateralism’?

Since December 2003, the European Union has got a common security strategy. The heads of states and governments approved a document that had been prepared by the Secretary General and High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, Javier …

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