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1. U.S. Shelves "Cap and Trade" -- Policy Shift (And Congressional Opposition) Sink EU-Style Climate Exchange-Market In U.S.

2. Time to Reconsider Partition For Bosnia

3. "Make It In America" by Andrew Liveris

4. On-line Theft of Intellectual Property Threatens National Security

5. Internet Must Stay Free of Intergovernmental Control

6. Perspectives: Boeing Sees WTO Rulings Setting Key Precedents for Global Trade

7. Obama Must Lead at Financial Summit; or G-20 Could Become "G-19 + 1"

8. Alan Greenspan Explains "Mistake" behind Global Meltdown

9. The Economic Quicksands of Globalization

10. Non-Military Organizations Should Lead on "Nation Building"

11. Gazprom: The Octopus in Europe's Energy Market

12. Talking Business Facts about Europe's Gas Problems

13. Dora Bakoyannis, Foreign Minister of Greece Greece: Piloting OSCE through Doldrums

14. A Talk with Michael Chertoff: U.S. and EU Agendas Converge

15. Ethical Leadership in an Unethical World

16. Who? – or What Tectonic Shift? – Created the Special Relationship

17. Prowling the Rubble of the Soviet Empire In a Quest for Insight about Russia\'s Future

18. An Ambassador\'s Diary in Post-Communist Hungary

19. Transatlantic Convergence Passenger Data Questions

20. Cyber War I: Estonia Attacked from Russia

21. NATO Caveats Can Be Made To Work Better for the Alliance

22. Faraway Afghanistan Brings Home Tensions Among Allies

23. The Real Questions About Sovereign Wealth Funds: A Roundtable Discussion

24. A Flat Playing Field Can Spread Western Innovation

25. Misreading Berlin... in the Lead into the Iraq War

26. Kosovo: It IS a Real Geopolitical Precedent

27. Poland's New Government Seeks Solidarity, Not Provocation

28. An Emergency Coordination Center Is Needed for a New Frontier

29. Four “Poverty Traps” Are Part of Conundrum for Foreign Aid

30. Europe Is Losing Out in Global Competition Among Universities: A Talk with Richard Descoings, Head of Sciences Po in Paris

31. Washington: City and Symbol – or Neither?

32. Fugitive Serbian War Criminals and the West

34. Foreword: End of Post-Cold War Honeymoon

35. Georgia: Breakdown of Vision the West Had for a New Europe

36. The End of History? - Certainly Not Through Asia's Eyes

37. SWF's Are Making Political Waves in the U.S. and EU

38. U.S. Flap on the Aerial Tanker Could Be Self-Defeating

39. Europe Can Offer Defense Deals Washington Can't Refuse

40. Reforms in U.S. Licensing Process Facilitate Joint Allied Operations

41. Moving Forward with the Transatlantic Economic Council

42. Energy Research: Grasping Transatlantic Opportunities