Novak, Robert
March 2005
Human Events;3/7/2005, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p9
Presents updates on U.S. politics and government as of March 7, 2005. Emergence of the benefits of the Iraq war effort; Effect of the identification of Taiwan as a common security concern by the U.S. on the relation of the U.S. with China.


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