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Chinese Power and Global Trade
MARCH/APRIL 2021
How the WTO Changed China
The Mixed Legacy of Economic Engagement
Yeling Tan
NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2003
China Takes Off
David Hale and Lyric Hughes Hale
SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2008
A Strategic Economic Engagement
Strengthening U.S.-Chinese Ties
Henry M. Paulson, Jr.
NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2010
The Game Changer
Coping With China’s Foreign Policy Revolution
Elizabeth Economy
MARCH/APRIL 2018
The China Reckoning
How Beijing Defied American Expectations
Kurt M. Campbell and Ely Ratner
APRIL 2, 2018
Was Letting China Into the WTO a Mistake?
Why There Were No Better Alternatives
Philip Levy
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ISSUE: SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2013
Who Is Ali Khamenei?
The Worldview of Iran’s Supreme Leader
Akbar Ganji
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Democracy Interrupted in Myanmar
JULY/AUGUST 2021
Myanmar’s Coming Revolution
What Will Emerge From Collapse?
Thant Myint-U
SPRING 1989
Burmese Days
Maureen Aung-Thwin
NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2002
Can Burma Reform?
Joshua Kurlantzick
MAY/JUNE 2018
Where Myanmar Went Wrong
From Democratic Awakening to Ethnic Cleansing
Zoltan Barany
MAY/JUNE 2020
The Myanmar Mirage
Why the West Got Burma Wrong
Sebastian Strangio
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America’s Longest War
Two Decades in Afghanistan
The Next Pandemic
Why the World Was Not Prepared for COVID-19
Trump’s World
The Foreign Policy Legacy of the “America First” President
This Day in History
JULY 25, 1994
Israel and Jordan Sign Peace Treaty
Under the supervision of President Clinton, President Rabin of Israel and King Hussein of Jordan sign a peace treaty. The treaty settled years of conflict and encouraged trade cooperation.
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ISSUE: JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2021
Latin America’s Lost Decades
The Toll of Inequality in the Age of COVID-19
Luis Alberto Moreno
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America’s Longest War
MARCH/APRIL 2020
How the Good War Went Bad
America’s Slow-Motion Failure in Afghanistan
Carter Malkasian
NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2001
Afghanistan, Graveyard of Empires
Milton Bearden
JULY/AUGUST 2010
Defining Success in Afghanistan
What Can the United States Accept?
Stephen Biddle, Fotini Christia, and J Alexander Thier
APRIL 19, 2021
Biden Made the Right Decision on Afghanistan
The United States Can Withdraw Without Walking Away
P. Michael McKinley
MAY 4, 2021
Afghanistan’s Moment of Risk and Opportunity
A Path to Peace for the Country and the Region
Ashraf Ghani
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