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07/01/2004

Building a Better UN

Yes, we need it. But we need it to be more effective than it has been. Can the UN fix itself?

If one had asked the leaders of the United Nations to choose a test case through which they could demonstrate the organization's efficacy bef

06/28/2004

GCC WOMEN ATTENDS CONFERENCE IN LONDON

The conference, 'Challenging Limitations: The Redefinition of Roles for Women in the GCC' was held last week at the University of London, and was attended by ladies from the GCC, specialized analysts from the Arabian Gulf, as well as researchers and
06/27/2004

FORUM SEEKS TO REDEFINE ROLES FOR GULF WOMEN

London, 27 June 2004 — Some 500 delegates from Europe, America, the Gulf region and the wider Middle East gathered in London for a one-day conference on the role of women in the Gulf.
The meeting, entitled “Challenging Limitations — the Redefiniti
05/23/2004

An Alliance of Democracies

With President Bush's go-it-alone policy foundering in Iraq, many of his critics are calling for a return of American foreign policy to a traditional multilateralism centered on the United Nations. Bush's critics are right to point out that the Unite
05/12/2004

Crisis of Confidence

It's pretty clear we're passing through another pivot point in American foreign policy. A year ago, we were the dominant nation in a unipolar world. Today, we're a shellshocked hegemon.

We still face a world of threats, but we're much less con
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