Mark N. Katz is a professor of government and politics at George Mason University.
As the 1970s-era Soviet-American case shows, continued differences over regional security issues can halt progress toward rapprochement.
"Far from threatening Russia, a strong NATO has a much greater incentive to act with self-restraint toward Russia than individual countries."
From ISIS and Iran, to China and Russia, which threat should America focus on?
Iran's position is too weak for it to play effective offense against Tel Aviv.
America won the Cold War after withdrawing from Vietnam. Could it win the war on terror after leaving Iraq and Afghanistan?
The lessons Washington must learn from the consequences of America's globalist post-9/11 policy.
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