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Foreign Policy
Issue #30, Fall 2013
Winter Has Come
The “reset” with Russia worked, until Putin sabotaged it. Now the relationship is in tatters. Here’s how to save it—if we even want to bother.
Andrew S. Weiss
Issue #29, Summer 2013
Winter Has Come
The “reset” with Russia worked, until Putin sabotaged it. Now the relationship is in tatters. Here’s how to save it—if we even want to bother.
Andrew S. Weiss
Issue #27, Winter 2013
Nations United?
How the idea of global governance became a resource of American power.
Mary L. Dudziak
Issue #24, Spring 2012
Arabian Fights
Why it’s a little early for dramatic and sweeping statements about the Arab uprisings.
Hussein Ibish
Issue #24, Spring 2012
Russian Arc
The Soviet Union ended with a whimper, and Russia struggles on, facing a future nearly as bleak as its past.
Michael Dobbs
Issue #23, Winter 2012
Accepting Limits: How to Adapt to a Copernican World
Bruce W. Jentleson
Issue #23, Winter 2012
Global Outreach: Speaking to the Awakening World
Rachel Kleinfeld
Issue #23, Winter 2012
Democracy Promotion: Done Right, A Progressive Cause
Rosa Brooks
Issue #23, Winter 2012
Grand Strategy: The Four Pillars of the Future
Charles Kupchan
Issue #23, Winter 2012
First Principles: America and the World
The Editors
Issue #22, Fall 2011
Our Waning Confidence
Anne-Marie Slaughter
Issue #22, Fall 2011
Our Foreign Policy Blind Spots
Leslie H. Gelb
Issue #21, Summer 2011
A World of Our Making
The international order that America created will endure—if we make the transition to a grand strategy based on reciprocity and shared leadership.
G. John Ikenberry
Issue #21, Summer 2011
Threat Position
Progressives who preach declinism and restraint have forgotten that we still face dangerous enemies. A response to Anatol Lieven.
Jeffrey Herf
Issue #20, Spring 2011
A World of Our Making
The international order that America created will endure—if we make the transition to a grand strategy based on reciprocity and shared leadership.
G. John Ikenberry
Issue #20, Spring 2011
Strength Through Restraint
America can scale back its global ambitions and still emerge stronger. In fact, it’s the only way.
Anatol Lieven
Issue #19, Winter 2011
After Hegemony
America is no longer the world’s only pivotal power. Americans are adjusting—but can their leaders?
Nina Hachigian
Issue #17, Summer 2010
America 2021: The Military and the World
Our largest threat: Pakistan. Our alliances: reshuffled by demographics. Terrorism: on the wane (maybe). New frontier for conflict: the Arctic cirlce. Four experts discuss
The Defense Roundtable
Issue #17, Summer 2010
The Hezbollah Problem
To defang Iran, and help Lebanon and Israel, we must demilitarize Hezbollah. Which means we’ll have to talk to them.
Steven Simon and Jonathan Stevenson
Issue #15, Winter 2010
The Cairo Conundrum
Egypt is the linchpin to America’s Middle East policy—a policy that must make interests reinforce ideals, rather than conflict with them.
Shadi Hamid
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