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5 Most Recent General Europe News Items:
  1. Problems facing the OSCE  (16 October 2005)
  2. Gazproms new european route: cry ukraine  (12 September 2005)
  3. Turkey: Optimism On EU Membership Talks, Though Hurdles Remain  (02 September 2005)
  4. Birthday Party Honors Solidarity  (30 August 2005)
  5. Letter From Estonia: Changed By Joining EU, And Changing It, As Well  (17 August 2005)
5 Most Recent General Europe Reference Documents:
  1. Solidarity Remembered  (31 August 2005)
  2. History Lessons, Passed and Failed  (25 August 2005)
  3. EU: A Help or a Hindrance?  (08 August 2005)
  4. The European Constitution: the Rubicon Crossed?  (28 March 2005)
  5. Transparency International: Global Corruption Report 2005  (21 March 2005)
5 Most Recent General Europe Media Gallery Items:
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  5. Conference "A New Quest for Democracy"  [ image-General Europe ]
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Highlights:
Transatlantic Trends Survey Findings Now Available
Democracy Debate Gains New Momentum in Iran (Democracy Digest)
Democracy and Human Development in the Broader Middle East: A Transatlantic Strategy for Partnership (German Marshall Fund of the United States)
Bruce Jackson's "The Forgotten Europe" (Weekly Standard)
EU Already Taking Middle East Initiative (Democracy Digest)
Who's Hanging Tough in NATO? (The Wall Street Journal Europe)
US Advocate Shapes up Candidates to Join NATO (Financial Times Deutschland)
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General Europe
For the first time, Heads of State of 26 NATO Allies convene at the Istanbul NATO Summit. June 28-29, 2004.

Greater Middle East
Freedom is the future of the Middle East, President George W. Bush said in a speech Tuesday, June 29 at Galatasaray University in Turkey.