Running on Empty
We may well need to be worried, we're running out of gas while choosing the next president to sit in the driver's seat.
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A look at the absurd pronouncements of the political class from Salon’s Glenn Greenwald. Why do pundits get to be wrong all the time? From the May/June 2008 issue of The National Interest.
How to contain the virus of ethnic conflict.
The world may be getting ready to ally against us—and that’s not even the worst-case scenario.
Is the democracy cure a panacea or a placebo?
A second look at the threat of global financial annihilation.
The road to a solution for America’s Iran problem runs through Moscow. How to think about the costs—and benefits.
The odds are against developing countries when it comes to trade. Social safeguards level the playing field.
TNI’s Justine A. Rosenthal sits down with World Bank Chief Robert Zoellick. On the agenda: dealing with failed states, making China a “responsible stakeholder” and rethinking international development.
Finding monsters under the bed and bogeymen in the closet. Why exaggerating the Iranian threat is bad for U.S. foreign policy.
Rhetoric aside, free trade can benefit everyone—if only countries were a little more open to the rules of the game.
"Simply put, America’s image in much of the Muslim world remains abysmal." With the deepening and unrelenting challenges we face in the Middle East, how much has America’s image in the Muslim world declined?