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Iraqi Elections to Take Place in 2004

The president of Iraq's U.S.-backed Provisional Governing Council said Wednesday that elections would take place next year, and said setting a timetable for U.S.-led troops to withdraw was an issue for Iraqis alone.

U.S. Predicts Approval for New Iraq Resolution

The United States predicted that the Security Council will approve a new Iraq resolution on Wednesday despite its rejection of a key demand by France, Russia and Germany to add a timetable for the transfer of power to Iraqis.

Where East Meets West

That not a single major global or regional problem can be solved without Russia's active and equal participation is a geopolitical reality.

Taking Stock After Two Chechen Votes

The fact that most Chechens have lost interest in anything smacking of extremism may yet save Chechnya.

UN Resolution on Iraq: Third Time Lucky?

The Bush administration's third attempt this autumn to craft a UN resolution on Iraq goes a bit further than its two previous draft resolutions in giving a sense of momentum to Iraqis regaining control of their country.

Confrontation or Partners?

The gap is swiftly growing between the Kremlin's PR image of Russia and the military's miserable reality.

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