Tag Archives: Bush

The Washington ‘PR’ess Corps

Have the U.S. media become followers instead of leaders in enabling informed public discourse?

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George W. Bush’s Transatlantic Crisis

Did Bush’s political style jeopardize an otherwise amicable relationship?

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Transatlantic Relations — The Day After

Have transatlantic relations only worsened over Iraq — or is the schism much deeper?

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Benchmarking as a Tool for Alliance Management

How is the U.S. President using his MBA to shape his country’s foreign policy?

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Not Fast Enough on AIDS

How long will Africans have to wait for the U.S. Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief?

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Europe Vs. America – The Economic Dimension

How will the transatlantic relationship shape the global economy?

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Speechwriting and Presidential Culpability

What goes on behind the scenes as the State of the Union address is crafted?

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Putin: Master of the Universe?

Does Russia have the best relations with most countries around the world?

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The U.S. Media and Global Respect

Is the U.S. media such an opinion-shaping force it believes itself to be?

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Miss USA: A Convenient Change of Rules

Is a Texan contestant's indictment of war critics a sign of solidarity — or is there more at stake?

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