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15 Foreign Pol'y Bull. 1 (2005)

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EDITORS' NOTE: First Issue with Cambridge University Press
We are proud to introduce the first issue of the F-oreign Policy Bulletin to be published by Cambridge University Press.
The Bullein's core mission remains the same as it was when it was launched in July 1990: to be the leading reference peri-
odical providing primary source documentation of critical developments in United States foreign policy and intenational
This issue. the first of Volume 15, covers events in Fall 2003, In the four issues comprising Volume 15, we will bridge the
gap in coverage of events since the last issue of the Bulletin published with Transnational Publishers (Volume 14, Issue
3/4), so that the first issue of Volume 16 will cover events in the Fall of 2005.
All of us at the Foreign Policy Bulletin are excited to be working with Cambridge University and we plan to announce
new features of the Bullein in the future, such as electronic access and archival search capabilities, that will enhance our
ability to bring you the most thorough primary source coverage of U.S. foreign policy.
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Iraq: U.S. Seeks Cooperation in Rebuilding Iraq
3 September 2-October 15: U.S. campaigns for international
legitimacy; Kofi Annan Questions U.S. pre-emption policy; David Kay
submits report on Iraq WMD
65 October 16-November 27 U.N. resolution 1511 urges International
community to contribute assistance to Iraq, U.S. raises
reconstruction funds at Madrid Donors Conference, Coalition
and Iraqi representatives agree on political progress plan
The Middle East
126 U.S. vetoes U.N. resolution condemning Israeli security barrier;
Iran agrees to cooperate with IAEA
175 President Bush promotes HIV Initiative & Tours Africa;
U.S. forces Liberian President Charles Taylor to resign
North Korea
231    North Korea and Bush Administration exchange barbs;
North Korea proceeds with enrichment program
245 U.S. Explains Failures at Cancun WTO negotiations,
Repeals Steel Tariffs Following Adverse WTO Ruling
258 List of Documents
261 Index

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