The Road to Recovery
A New Year's resolution is in store for U.S. foreign policy.
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What should the United States do about problems like terrorism, global warming, nuclear proliferation and Iraq? Bill Richardson lays out his foreign policy vision.
From the January/February issue of The National Interest: Bloggers are moving into the Washington establishment’s neighborhood. From K Street to Capitol Hill, will they ever feel at home?
In his article "What Resource Wars?" David Victor argued that the threat of resource wars is exaggerated. Sherri Goodman and Paul Kern take him to task.
In the previous issue of The National Interest, David Victor argued that the threat of resource wars is exaggerated. Michael Klare weighs in.
In the previous issue of The National Interest, David Victor argued that the threat of resource wars is exaggerated.
In his article "What Resource Wars?" David Victor argued that the threat of resource wards is exaggerated. Thomas Homer-Dixon responds.
David Victor's article "What Resource Wars?" has created quite a stir. Now Victor responds to his critics.
Following Lord Palmerston's dictum, the United States may have neither permanent friends nor permanent enemies in the 21st century. We're left with a world of uncertainty—and opportunity.
All bets are off when it comes to the U.S. military.
The almighty dollar has some surprising vulnerabilities. Why America's financial health now rests in the hands of China and the oil producers.
Using science to shape our stratosphere: The solutions to global warming may be found not just on the ground but in the skies.
From its Iraq policy to immigration, the Bush Administration fell victim to multicultural thinking. Until policymakers take culture seriously, we'll continue to make mistakes.
NATO is in a struggle for its life, and Afghanistan just may deliver the fatal blow.
If we want to calm Iran's nuclear ambitions, we're going to need to brush up on our diplomatic basics.
If you can't beat 'em, keep trying to beat 'em? The United States needs a new counterinsurgency strategy—and soon.