By David Young The Congressional Institute February 7, 2003 Senate Republican Planning Conference The Peril of the Dominant Culture and The Idea of America Dr. David R. Young Oxford Analytica Good evening ladies and gentlemen. I am grateful tonight for the opportunity to share some […]
By John Keegan Hans Blix’s interim report must have brought great comfort to the Prime Minister. Tony Blair is commonly said to have no sense of history. That may be so. But were there not echoes from the past in his words to the Commons a fortnight ago about the perils of not confronting Saddam? […]
NATO’s Prague Conference endorsed significant changes to the Atlantic Alliance. While the emotive issue of enlargement tended to dominate pre- and post-conference debate, the actual extension of invitations to seven states to begin accession negotiations proved to be somewhat anticlimactic. …more
By Doug Bereuter A look at other post-Cold War operations, particularly the peace enforcement efforts in the Balkans, reveals that our allies have specialized forces that can help secure and stabilize a country after a war. The United States could use these units in its reconstruction efforts — or even emulate them.
By John Weston John Weston believes the US and UK must work closely together to make sure that any action against Iraq is multilateral. Saddam Hussein’s mountain of documents now awaiting analysis by UN experts has temporarily flummoxed those in hot pursuit. It has thus bought a little more time before a final reckoning is […]