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U.S. Hegemony   Editor: Dr. Róbinson Rojas Sandford
Criminal Records:
Augusto José Ramón Pinochet Ugarte
Imperialism  Ronald Reagan
BBC World News: - 17 March 2005
Wolfowitz to spread neo-con gospel

By Paul Reynolds World Affairs correspondent, BBC News website
By nominating Paul Wolfowitz to be head of the World Bank, President George Bush appears to be sending a message to the world that he intends to spread into development policy the same neo-conservative philosophy that has led his foreign policy.
Wolfowitz seeks to calm critics
Dismay at Wolfowitz's nomination
Bush backs hawk for World Bank
Wolfensohn quits World Bank
Profile: Paul Wolfowitz
Wolf at World Bank's door?
Head-to-Head: The right choice?
In quotes: Wolfowitz reaction
Q&A: What the World Bank does IMF and World Bank: reform underway?

A Three Kings’ January 6th 2005 Year of the Rooster Offering
Observed From the Top of the Great Wall through the Eyes of the Innocent Little Boy

by Andre Gunder Frank
Uncle Sam has just reneged and defaulted on up to forty percent of its trillions of dollars foreign debt, and nobody has said a word except for a line in this week’s Economist. In plain English that means that Uncle Sam runs a world-wide confidence racket...
Learning from the historical records (June 2004):
An American Coup d'État?
C. E. Cramer, History Today, November 1995
How different is America from nations where political power comes quite directly "from the barrel of a gun"? A curious footnote to American history suggests that, except for the personal integrity of a remarkable American general, a coup d'état intended to remove President Franklin D. Roosevelt from office in 1934 might have plunged America into civil war.
A. Gunder Frank ( 20 June, 2003):
Coup d'Etat in Washington
and Silent Surrender in America and the World

Le Monde Diplomatique:
Target Baghdad
Westward the course of Empire
Don't go it alone
Twenty years after the massacres at Sabra and Shatila
A. Cockburn ( ZNet, 25/09/03)
Edward Said, dead at 66
A mighty and passionate heart
The Guardian:
Arundhai Roy, Not Again
US intellectuals against the war:
Not In Our Name
C. Barraclough (1993):
A British journalist and the Iraqgate factor
D. Schorr (1991):
Ten days that shook the White House
The Trial of Henry Kissinger
The horror of the World Trade Center, and other horrors
NSC68: United States objectives and programs for National Security (April 14, 1950).Top Secret.
The U.S. Commission on National Security/ 21st Century - Reports
The Asian Crises and US Hegemony. By James Petras.
Why Washington wants rid of Mr Boutros-Ghali... The US and world Hegemony.
New technologies across the Atlantic: US leadership or European Autonomy?.- M. Pianta
Support for US Hegemony--Japan-US Defence Cooperation
China may join hands with Russia against US 'hegemony' ..-World Tibet Network News.
Palestine Center - News & Analysis - 18 August 2000.- Testing the Limits of US Hegemony. Lamis Andoni.
Missile defense: Putin's 'crusade against NMD;' defying US hegemony'
Both Dems and Repubs favor US World Hegemony'.- by Carson Watkins
Studies Project: the effects of US hegemony on relations with Russia, China, France and Japan
US Imperial Hegemony and the Forging of a Culture of Resistance. By E. San Juan, Jr.
US hegemony, Japan ans the Asian financial crisis.- Kristen Nordhaug.
US Hegemony and the Post War Global Order. I..
The St. Petersburg Times - Russia, China, India Axis to Foil US Hegemony? By Tyler Marshall.
Promoting Polyarchy - Globalization, US intervention and hegemony.. William. I. Robinson
US Asia-Pacific hegemony and possibilities of popular solidarity.-Joseph Gerson
The limits of US hegemony. CEPAL REVIEW No. 67
China may join hands with Russia against US 'hegemony''- The Hindu 
The Jerusalem Post Newspaper : Chinese President Jiang Zemin raps US 'hegemony'   By Gil Hoffman.
The Hindu : China to oppose US hegemony , May 10, 2000.
The USA, World Hegemony and Cold War II.- J. Galtung
US-Israeli Plans for Hegemony in the Middle East; By A. Maeena
Before the sun sets on US hegemony By Saeed Naqvi Zbigniew
Is it globalization, or a global hegemony. US versus World  By N. Aruri
"Globalization, State Sovereignty, and the 'endless' accumulation of capital". By G. Arrighi
Evaluating the First Fifty Years-The United States and United Nations ... By T. Barry and E. Leaver
US "global leadership" A Euphemism for World Policeman By B. Conry
Prospects for Collective Security in the Western Hemisphere By W. A Fryer
US-European Relations: Impact on the Mediterranean Region By H. Koechler
‘Strategic triangle’ offer meant to end US hegemony The Hindustan Times
'Globalization and the National State', By B. Jessup
Hegemony and ethnic minorities. Testing Gramsci's theory By R. Mistry
The Containment Myth. The US Middle East Policy in theory and practice. By S. Hubbell
'Narrating the Future of the National Economy and the National State?. By B. Jessup
Fernand Braudel Center, Research Working Groups
NATO: At 50, It's Time to Quit By B. Scwarz and C. Layne
CNS - How a US National Missile Defense will Affect South Asia By G. Kampani
Palestine Center - News & Analysis - Index on Testing the Limits of US Hegemony
From Cultural Hegemony to the Culture of Code By C. D. Hunter
Foreign Policy In Focus: Asia/Pacific Peace and Security Issues By J. Gerson
US Shows Its Desire for Hegemony By Kwong Jong Sung
The Taipei Times Online: 2000-05-06.- Vietnam war seen through US eyes
The Rise Of The Trans-Asian Axis By Y. Bodanski
Foreign Policy In Focus: US Foreign Policy Toward Iraq By P. Benis
Middle East, Zionism, Peace, Iraq.-
August 26, 1996 US trade sanctions effective tool or superpower cudgel? ...
Why America Thinks It Has to Run the World By B. Schwarz
Declarations on US-Japan militarist agenda
"Ancient history": US conduct in the Middle East since World War II By S. L. Richman
From the Editors: Oil and the Middle East: The End of US Hegemnoy. S. Bromely
Defining and Refocusing US Policy Toward Latin America By W. A Fryer
Global America: Will the Unipolar Moment Pass? By B. Catley
Race, ideology and foreign enterprise in post-revolutionary Mexico By J. Henson
The Twilight of the European Project By P. Gowan
Has US power destroyed the UN? .- By S. Chesterman and M. Byers
Public Affairs Section Stockholm - European Washington File.- November 17, 2000
Phyllis Bennis: US-Iraq Policy .- by P. Bennis
US projects power, paradox in Gulf.- R. Luckmann
Not a happy ending by S. Amin
The political economy of the 20th century by S. Amin
Kosovo and the new imperialism. By E. Meiksins Wood
Arab View: Whose hegemony in the Middle East? By K. Al Maeena
The US-Iran cold war by H. Morris
Global Beat: US Defense Policy
The states we are still in By N. Burgi and P. S. Golub
Nations and States: are they redundant? By N. Burgi and P. S. Golub
The State of Russian Foreign Policy and US hegemony
Analysis of CIA protection of drug pipelines
Nato Expansion By J. Petras
US Relations With A Changing China By J. Borich
US National missile defence By R. Mitchell
The Image of Cuba in the US By A. Prieto Gonzalez
Foreign Affairs Envoy: Book Reviews Western Hemisphere 1996
US News: Why US and China can't seem to get their acts ...
The Changing Nature of Israel's US Backers By P. Bennis
US Nuclear Policy from Reagan to Clinton By F. H. Knelman
A memo to the US: no one should be above international law. By I. Hilton
Tracking Covert Operations into the Future By P. Agee
Our Voice – US policy toward Palestine By R. Heacock
Sparking a Buildup: US Missile Defense and China's Nuclear Arsenal By C. Ferguson
Morocco and the United States: how can face globalization together?
US-ASEAN: Lingering Concerns Amidst some promising developments. By S. F. Ravich
Policy Brief: Globalization and the Middle East. By M. Beshara
Gravy train: feeding the Pentagon by feeding Somalia By S. R. Shalom
'Becoming Modern' By S. B. Crofts Wiley
US and UN Human Rights Policy Towards Argentina By K. M. Metres
A New Paradigm For US-Russia Relations: Facing The Post-Cold War reality. By A. Cohen
London, 18 July 2003
MPs have reacted with shock and disbelief at the discovery of a body in the search for missing Iraq weapons expert Dr David Kelly. ...
WMD expert is found dead

MPs shocked by expert dissapearance

Tragedy prompt hard questions

MoD to hold inquiry into Kelly death

Blair tries to switch Iraq agenda

US faces up to guerrilla war

"Time running out" to secure Iraq

E. O. Hutchinson ( July 09, 2003 )
Bush's African Visit Sidesteps Apology for Slavery
R. Erlich ( July 08, 2003 )
Middle East terrorism: a muddled scorecard
Published on 7 July 2003
by the authority of the House of Commons
United Kingdom
House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committe
The Decision to go to War in Iraq
T. Hayden( July 07, 2003 )
Say It: this is a Quagmire
The Observer ( July 06, 2003 )
Iraq: the human toll
E. Prugovecki ( 2 July, 2003 )
Pax Americana: A Road Map from Genocide to World Conquest

Given the fact that the conquest “of the Old West,” which the present-day US “global cavalry” is supposed to emulate on a worldwide scale, resulted in the most awesome genocide in the history of mankind, we shall first review some of the basic historical facts about this conquest, which are still unknown to the majority of the US public, as well as the world public at large
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G. Olson ( 1 July, 2003 )
Iraq Eerily Starting to look a lot like Vietnam

...Given that the weapons of mass destruction rationale for invading Iraq has been shown to be the biggest intelligence hoax in recent history, why aren't Americans more outraged and holding the Bush administration accountable for its pattern of lies, deception and deceit?
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A. Gunder Frank ( 20 June, 2003):
Coup d'Etat in Washington
and Silent Surrender in America and the World

G. Friedman ( 18 June, 2003):
Guerrilla War in Iraq
R. Rojas ( 13 June, 2003):
The evidence is overwhelming: Saddam Hussein's biological weapons of mass destruction capability was possible because U.S. big corporations and political leaders were doing business with the dictator.
U.S. corporations, Rumsfeld, Reagan, et al, the criminals who supplied Saddam Hussein with biological warfare-related material
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Newsweek ( 9 June, 2003):
Where are Iraq's WMDs?
New York Times ( 8 June, 2003):
Was the intelligence cooked?
J. R. MacArthur:
The Lies We Bought. The unchallenged "evidence" for war
P. Escobar (28 May 2003):
The Saddam Intifada
The Bagdad Deal
P. E. Tyler (26 May 2003):
Iraquis frustrated by shift favouring U.S. - British Rule
J. Godoy (23 May 2003):
French rise above US barbs
N. Banerjee (19 May 2003):
Marching in Bagdad: thousands of shiites protest against the U.S.
From Counterpunch:
H. Wasserman (2 May 2003):
Bush's Military Defeat. Where is the superpower of Peace?
A. Smith (30 April 2003):
Under Uncle's Sam Thumb
The history of Washington's Occupations

W. Madsen (29 April 2003):
About those Iraqi intelligence documents
Where they planted?

S. Shaefer (23 April 2003):
Duck, Duck, Goose: financing the war. financing the world

The Economist  (26 Apr-2 May 2003):
The Shadow Men
G. Easterbrook (27 Apr. 2003):
American power moves beyond the mere super
N. Ferguson (27 Apr. 2003):
The empire slinks back
T. Shanker/E.Schmitt (20 Apr. 2003):
Pentagon expects long-term access to four key bases in Iraq
J. Raban (19 Apr. 2003):
The greatest gulf
R. Fisk (18 Apr. 2003):
For the people on the streets this is not liberation but a new colonial oppression

Iraq's war of liberation from the Americans is about to begin (16 Apr. 2003):
Where are the weapons of mass destruction?
D. Filkin (16 Apr. 2003):
A Baghdad Art Center left in ashes
Y. Sadowski (13 Apr. 2003):
No war for whose oil?
R. Fisk (13 Apr. 2003):
A civilisation torn to pieces
J. F. Burns (12 Apr. 2003):
"This is not a liberation, this is a humiliation".
Pillagers strip Iraqui museum of its treasure
N. Klein (10 Apr. 2003):
Privatization in disguise
K. Wescott (10 Apr. 2003):
The Americans who will run Iraq
R. Perry (8 Apr. 2003):
Bush's Alderaan
A. Dorfman (4 Apr. 2003):
Christopher Columbus has words from the other side of death for Captain John Whyte
DynCorp Rent-a-Cops May Head to Iraq
By: Pratap Chatterjee
Posted: 04/09/2003
A major military contractor -- already underfire for alleged human rights violations and fraud -- may get a multi-million dollar contract to police post-Saddam Iraq.

L. Drutman and C. Cray (4 Apr. 2003)
Cheney, Halliburton and the spoils of war
P. Nicholson ( 3 Apr. 2003 ):
Umm Qasr aid effort 'a shambles'
P. Escobar ( 27 Mar. 2003 ):
The "Palestinization" of Iraq
(27 Feb. 2003):
What is the US really up against?
S. Goff ( 2003 ):
Military matters
M. Tran ( 26 Mar. 2003 ):
Bush fiddles with economy while Baghdad burns
S. Goff ( 23 Mar. 2003 ):
Supporting the troops
E. Herring ( 20 Mar.- 2 Apr. 2003 ):
Articles on the US/British invasion of Iraq
Why the Iraqis are fighting so hard
‘Thatcher – Saddam’s "Chemical Ally"’
‘How the UN’s Humanitarian Programme in Iraq has Guaranteed a Humanitarian Catastrophe’
‘Getting fooled by propaganda – a step by step guide’
'Liberate Iraq From Saddam's Debts'
'A Manifesto For the Liberation of Iraq'
'UK Taxpayers Pay for Iraqi WMD'
'A Closer Look at the Project for the New American Century'
'The Purpose of the War'
I. Ramonet ( 18 Mar. 2003 ):
Global crisis over Iraq: Poles apart
P. Golub ( 18 Mar. 2003 ):
Global crisis over Iraq: United States: inventing demons
R. Mahajan ( 11 Mar. 2003 ):
UN resolution or not, this war violates international law
Le Monde Diplomatique ( 10 Mar. 2003 ):
The U.S. war on Iraq
P. Anderson ( 8 Mar. 2003 ):
Are we sure we can get away with it this time?
The special treatment of Iraq

M. Neumann ( 10 Mar. 2003 ):
A rebuttal of Perry Anderson
An Unfounded Rush to Cynicism

Fidel Castro ( 7 Mar. 2003 ):
The War on the Dark Corners of the World
E. Schmitt ( 26 Feb. 2003 ):
Turkey seems set to let 60,000 G.I's use bases for war
H. C. K. Liu ( 25 Feb. 2003 ):
Power and the new world order
H. Cotter ( 25 Feb. 2003 ):
Oldest Human History is at Risk
P.J. Buchanan ( 23 Feb. 2003 ):
Wages of Empire
New York Times ( 22 Feb. 2003 ):
Los Angeles Council adopts resolution against Iraq war
E. Boles ( 21 Feb. 2003 ):
Propaganda or Fantasy Island?
The Independent (London) (18 Feb. 2003):
Kurdish leaders enraged by 'undemocratic' American plan to occupy Iraq
(17 Feb. 2003):
A little honesty might help the Government's case against Iraq
M. Renner (14 Feb. 2003):
The New Oil Order
Washington's war on Iraq is the lynchpin to controling Persian Gulf oil

The credibility gap (14 Feb. 2003):
How George Bush's two faces affect real Americans
Ignacio Ramonet ( Feb. 2003):
Before the war
Noam Chomsky (2003):
Confronting the empire
On the anti war movement
US senator R. Byrd (2003):
Reckless Administration May Reap Disastrous Consecuences
CAFOD (2002):
Iraq, sanctions and the war against terrorism
I. Wallerstein (2003):
France is the key
R.W. Baker (1993):
How the US government armed Saddam Hussein with weapons of mass destruction
M. Dobbs (2002):
U.S. Defence Secretary
D. Rumsfeld helped Saddam Hussein build up his arsenal of deadly chemical and biological weapons
Le Monde Diplomatique (2002):
Target Baghdad
Westward the course of Empire
Don't go it alone
Twenty years after the massacres at Sabra and Shatila
The Guardian (2002):
Arundhai Roy, Not Again
US intellectuals against the war:
Not In Our Name
C. Barraclough (1993):
A British journalist and the Iraqgate factor
D. Schorr (1991):
Ten days that shook the White House
R. Rojas/S. Saumon (2001):
The horror of the World Trade Center in New York, and other horrors
The Trial of
Henry Kissinger
Wanted for War Crimes:
Henry Kissinger
From Jay's Internet Resources Directory:
American Empire Page (Third World Traveler)
Chronology of American State Terrorism
Let the Bloody Truth Be Told: A Chronology of U.S. Imperialism
The CIA: A Short History
A Timeline of CIA Atrocities
U.S. Must Face the Truth: Know Who is The Terrorist; 25 Classic Quotes on Western Hegemony
The Other September 11th: In Memory of Salvador Allende and Thousands of Other People in Chile: Victims of a U.S. Coup
Dossier on America (PDF)
Our dossier on the world's #1 rogue state (Socialist Worker)
Prontuario del imperialismo:

Causa ML, No. 1, mayo - junio 1968
La penetración norteamericana en Chile (1)
...mecanismos de penetración norteamericana en nuestro país en la economía, la educación y vida intelectual, y en las organizaciones militares
por Róbinson Rojas
Causa ML, No. 2, julio - agosto 1968
La penetración norteamericana en Chile (2)
...el actual gobierno de Chile ha abierto las puertas de nuestra nación al imperialismo norteamericano de la manera más desembozada que tenga recuerdo la historia nacional
por Róbinson Rojas
Causa ML, No. 3, septiembre - octubre 1968
La penetración norteamericana en Chile (3)
Un examen de la penetración norteamericana en Chile...sería incompleto si no se intentara analizar un sector clave de la estructura que apuntala el actual sistema político chileno: las fuerzas armadas
por Róbinson Rojas
Causa ML, No. 9, junio 1969
La penetración norteamericana en Chile (4)

Yanquis invaden la industria chilena
-Durante el gobierno de Frei los imperialistas han robado a Chile más de mil millones de dólares
-La Anaconda financia sus inversiones en aluminio con las ganancias obtenidas en Chile

por Róbinson Rojas

Causa ML, No. 9, junio 1969
La penetración norteamericana en Chile (5)

Las garras de los Rockefeller en Chile
-Agustín Edwards Eastman, Gabriel González Videla y otros chilenos vendepatria
por Róbinson Rojas

Causa ML, No. 10, julio 1969
La penetración norteamericana en Chile (6)

Anaconda "nacionalizada". Un premio al saqueo
- Pagaremos mas de 1.000 millones de dólares por 180 millones...que son chilenos
- Chile financiará el plan mundial de inversiones de la Anaconda
- Y como regalo final los yanquis se quedan con el mineral La Exótica

por Róbinson Rojas

Causa ML, No. 13, noviembre 1969
La penetración norteamericana en Chile(7)

La "ayuda" yanqui a Chile tiene condiciones políticas precisas
por Róbinson Rojas
Causa ML, No. 15, marzo-abril 1970
La penetración norteamericana en Chile(8)

La "nacionalización" de Chilectra. Una historia de yanquis ladrones y de chilenos vendepatria
-Chile compra un negocio malo por 4 veces su valor
-Da la entrada a los yanquis a la petroquimica
-La estafa se hizo con votos favorables de la "unidad popular", de la democracia cristiana y una maniobra oportunista de los nacionales

por Róbinson Rojas

Causa ML, No. 21, julio-agosto 1971
La penetración norteamericana en Chile(9)

La Anaconda y la Kennecott se han robado un Chile completo
-Deben al pueblo chileno más de 500 millones de dólares
-Tienen que irse...pero sin pagarles un centavo
por Róbinson Rojas
L'Alliance atlantique, cadre de l'hégémonie américaine
L'OTAN Maître du Monde
Le Monde Diplomatique:
Relationes Internationales et l'hegemonisme

L'OTAN, un instrument de l'hégémonie américaine
    dossier du 23 avril 1999

Au mépris des Nations unies
    dossier du 17 décembre 1998

Scénario contrarié dans le Golfe
    dossier du 27 février 1998

Retour aux Nations unies
    dossier du 27 mars 1997

Mensonges d'Etat
        par Ignacio Ramonet. - juillet 2003

Où va l'Empire américain ?
        par Eric Hobsbawm. - juin 2003

Crimes et mensonges d'une « libération »
        par Alain Gresh. - mai 2003

Des protectorats pour gérer la victoire
        par Catherine Samary. - mai 2003

Quand les Américains voulaient gouverner la France
        par Annie Lacroix-Riz. - mai 2003

L'Union européenne malade de l'atlantisme
        par Bernard Cassen. - mai 2003

Justice internationale, politique et droit
        par Anne-Cécile Robert. - mai 2003

Illégale agression
        par Ignacio Ramonet. - avril 2003

Seuls contre tous
        par Paul-Marie de La Gorce. - avril 2003

Comment l'Empire ottoman fut dépecé
        par Henry Laurens. - avril 2003

La SDN est morte, vive l'ONU...
        par Marc Ferro. - avril 2003

L'ordre américain, coûte que coûte
        par Ibrahim Warde. - avril 2003

« Y a-t-il encore une Union européenne ? »
       avril 2003

Métamorphoses d'une politique impériale
        par Philip S. Golub. - mars 2003

De la guerre perpétuelle
        par Ignacio Ramonet. - mars 2003

L'autre Amérique
        par Edward W. Said. - mars 2003

Le monde selon Washington
        par Sami Naïr. - mars 2003

Croisés, de père en fils
        par Dominique Vidal. - mars 2003

Aux sources de la dispute franco-américaine
        par Paul-Marie de La Gorce. - mars 2003

La nouvelle Europe
        par Serge Halimi. - mars 2003

Les silences diplomatiques de la Chine
        par Fu Bo. - mars 2003

Chantage nucléaire en Corée du Nord
        par Bruce Cumings. - février 2003

Deux visions antagonistes de l'après-Saddam Hussein
        par Isam Al-Khafaji. - janvier 2003

Clefs irakiennes pour une guerre annoncée
       janvier 2003

La raison du plus fort
        par Jacques Derrida. - janvier 2003

Les vrais desseins de M. George Bush
        par Michael T. Klare. - novembre 2002

Failles de l'activisme diplomatique du Sénégal
        par Assane Fall-Diop. - octobre 2002

Les hésitations de la politique étrangère de Pretoria
        par Anne Dissez et Fouad Srouji. - octobre 2002

Médiations tanzaniennes dans les Grands Lacs
        par Willy Nindorera. - octobre 2002

Aux racines du nationalisme américain
        par Norman Birnbaum. - octobre 2002

Au nom des droits humains...
       octobre 2002

Comment l'armée israélienne a « préparé » l'Intifada
        par Marius Schattner. - octobre 2002

Tentation impériale
        par Philip S. Golub. - septembre 2002

L'oppression du développement
        par Aminata D. Traoré. - septembre 2002

        par Gilbert Achcar. - septembre 2002

Ce dangereux concept de guerre préventive
        par Paul-Marie de La Gorce. - septembre 2002

Des paramètres clairs
       septembre 2002

       septembre 2002

Ignorer les Européens ?
       septembre 2002

Rappel historique (2)
       septembre 2002

L'Allemagne s'active au Proche-Orient
        par Michel Verrier. - juillet 2002

L'histoire secrète des négociations entre Washington et les talibans
        par Pierre Abramovici. - janvier 2002

Le Cachemire à l'heure afghane
        par Roland-Pierre Paringaux. - janvier 2002

Un redéploiement stratégique dans la Corne de l'Afrique
        par Jean-Louis Peninou. - décembre 2001

Jeu triangulaire entre Washington, Moscou et Pékin
        par Gilbert Achcar. - décembre 2001

Le grand écart des dirigeants du Golfe
        par Eric Rouleau. - décembre 2001

Un douteux allié stratégique
        par Kurt Jacobsen et Sayeed Hasan Khan. - décembre 2001

Au Pakistan, quel islam pour quelle nation ?
        par Jean-Luc Racine. - décembre 2001

Terrorisme, l'arme des puissants
        par Noam Chomsky. - décembre 2001

La culture, facteur de la Realpolitik
        par Constantin Von Barloewen. - novembre 2001

Etats-Unis, excès de puissance
        par Steven C. Clemons. - octobre 2001

Les liaisons douteuses du Pakistan
        par Selig S. Harrison. - octobre 2001

Une conquête de l'armée rouge
       septembre 2001

Plus d'un siècle de discorde russo-japonaise autour des îles Kouriles
        par Guy-Pierre Chomette. - septembre 2001

Les proconsuls
        par Philip S. Golub. - juillet 2001

Les trois piliers stratégiques de Washington
        par Michael T. Klare. - juillet 2001

Rêves d'Empire de l'administration américaine
        par Philip S. Golub. - juillet 2001

La Russie en quête d'un nouveau rôle
        par Paul-Marie de La Gorce. - mai 2001

Périls sur la détente asiatique
        par Bruce Cumings. - mai 2001

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