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Reviews and Essays
When Camelot Went to Japan
RFK's public-diplomacy trip turned the relationship around.
Europe: Strategic Drifter
Economic weakness and geopolitical shifts may see Europe choose a foreign policy of weakness.
Wasting the Golden Hour in America's Iraq Meltdown
A firsthand account of the U.S. failure to seize the initiative in the early days of the Iraq occupation.
Beyond the Russian Reset
A period of apparent warming between Moscow and Washington has fallen apart as underlying troubles remain unaddressed.
U.S., China and Thucydides
How can Washington and Beijing avoid typical patterns of distrust and fear?
Beware Collusion of China, Russia
U.S. policies have created a risk of pushing two great powers together.
Demystifying Iron Dome
The successful missile-defense system doesn't herald similar gains against ballistic missiles.