DULY noted

November 2006
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p18
The article presents several opinions of notable people on issues and topics related to international relations and foreign policies of the U.S. James Fallows, national correspondent for the "Atlantic Monthly," asserts that although most Americans strongly supported the original decision for the U.S. to go to war in Iraq, however many believed that it had turned a strategic plus for America's enemies. Milton Leitenberg, senior research scholar at the University of Maryland, shared his views regarding U.S. government's attribution of a mobile biological production capacity by Iraq. Carolyn Bartholomew, vice chairman of the U.S. China Commission, remarked that it is the Chinese government changing the capitalists rather than capitalism changing the Chinese government.


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