This category contains information on the position of the US government and on the discussion of foreign policy in the United States
Transcript of the former US vice-president's speech on Iraq and the war on terrorism.
Argues that the U.S. Congress has kept Americans uninformed about the objectives and hard choices necessary for meeting the terrorist threat.
A growing number of Congress members from both parties urge the Bush administration to provide a public accounting of its plans. New York Times, US (free registration required).
Full text of an address given by the US President in Cincinnati.
Editorial by former president Jimmy Carter. New York Times [free registration required].
Analyses the possible economic effects. New York Times [free registration required].
States Bush has touted 3 sets of statistics to justify claims of great progress in Iraq, but all three turn out to be misleading if not completely false.
Reports on the arguments given by senior republicans, including Henry Kissinger and Brent Scowcroft, for their doubts about current plans. New York Times, US (free registration required).
Reports on the participants of anti-war-activism and upcoming demonstrations. The Guardian, UK.
Official documents, transcripts of speeches, background information and reports. Includes a country profile.
Speculates about reasons for information leaks in the Pentagon. The Observer, UK.
Ed Vulliamy sums up the voices against an attack inside the US. The Observer, UK.
Duncan Campbell reports on the mood among Americans, focusing on minorities, and discusses the value of opinion polls. The Guardian, UK.
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