Agenda for a Second Term

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President Bush's foreign-policy team will have to focus most of its energy on fixing Iraq after an occupation that even they admit was badly planned. But inevitably, other international problems will be competing for Bush's attention as well.

MIDDLE EAST PEACE
During Bush's first term, Palestinian and Israeli politics have become more polarized. With Arafat potentially off the field, Hamas is in a stronger position to compete for authority with the Palestinian leader's eventual successors in Fatah. Sharon faces an internal rebellion of...

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