Hampton Roads International Security Quarterly

Quarterly publication examing cohesion and mutual interests of the United States and Europe.

Articles from No. Summer 2003, July 15

Free Market Principles Must Be Basis of Iraqi Recovery
Baghdad -- Much has been written since the war about the political liberation of Iraq, one of the remarkable events in the history of human freedom. Never before in warfare have so many been freed with so few casualties, in so short a period of time,...
German-American Relations after the Iraq War: Defining New Common Ground Is Better Than Bemoaning Old Disputes
It has become accepted practice even among dyed-in-the-wool "Atlanticists" to depict the current dispute over policy on Iraq as the beginning of a permanent estrangement. Because we face new challenges, transatlantic relations will change. This does...
Global Security Environment Has Shifted Dramatically
THE CHANGING GLOBAL SECURITY AND TERRORIST THREAT ENVIRONMENTThe end of the cold war has increasingly brought with it a realization that the security environment had shifted dramatically:-- Weapons and technology that have been traditionally available...
Iraq's Real Weapons Threat
With no weapons of mass destruction as yet found in Iraq, the political criticism directed against President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair is mounting. Before the war, the two leaders publicly declared that the Iraqi regime had not only...
The G8 Concerns Itself with the Security of the World
Originally, in the 1970s, when some European countries, the United States and Japan* decided to cooperate informally in order to better coordinate their economies, political issues were relegated backstage. World security was managed by other institutions,...
U.S. Seeks to Maximize International Assistance to Iraq
"Iraq should be a proud sovereign country standing on its own two feet as soon as it can," and not become a ward of the international community, says a top Defense Department policy official .Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Doug Feith told an audience...
Women Have Critical Role to Play in Iraq Revival
Elizabeth Goitein's May 24 op-ed, "Stand Up for Iraqi Women," unfairly criticized the Bush administration for paying insufficient attention to the situation of women in Iraq. In fact, we are doing exactly what the headline on her article called for....