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At the peak of tension, the city was literally placed under a police siege.
If the boldness to change the political climate left behind by the Bush Administration at the peak of tension is a big step towards replacing threats and warnings with dialogue, the features of the path Obama will take in the coming years have become clearer than they were before, and it is no secret that achievements there will not be so great, or at least will not be of the size of the hopes hanging on the President.
Zebulon Montgomery Pike, an agent for President Jefferson, led a small expedition across the southern Rocky Mountains and into Spanish territory in January 1807, during the peak of tensions between America and Spain.
The defense ministry told a press briefing that its military will downgrade the alert level, put to the highest at the peak of tensions, in a gradual manner as it takes time for Pyongyang to withdraw troops from the front.
Often derided as a "tribal leader" at the peak of tensions, he was greeted as "regional president" in Ankara Thursday.
Tom Harkin--the senior Democrat on the Senate Agricultural Committee--visited Cuba at the peak of tensions in late April and met with Castro and several dissidents, including Elizardo Sanchez and Vladimiro Roca.