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As War on Drugs Continues, So Too Does the Battle of Perceptions

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Metrics and Af-Pak

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Imports to Venezuela Plummet During First Half of 2009

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In the Shadow of the Dragon: Vietnam

In the Shadow of the Dragon: Vietnam

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Venezuelan Public Sector Now Employs One in Every Five Workers

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Is Chavez's Influence in Decline? (and Lessons for US Policy with Potential Adversaries)

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Secy. Clinton Officially Confirms: The Eagle Has re-Landed

Secy. Clinton Officially Confirms: The Eagle Has re-Landed

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U.S. Expands Trade in Southeast Asia to Check China

U.S. Expands Trade in Southeast Asia to Check China

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China's Space Program and its Moon Landing

China's Space Program and its Moon Landing

On Sunday, Chinese authorties reported that the Chang'e-1 space probe made a successful and planned crash landing on the Moon. This is the first time any Chinese spacecraft has touched the Moon. China's Xinhua state-controlled news service explains that the Chang'e probes are part of an extended mission aimed at eventually sending recoverable and manned missions to the Moon. Xinhua reports:

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A word on missile defense

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