Richard Rosecrance


Those who would compare U.S. and European power by focusing on military capabilities misread history and miss the essence of NATO's genius--and future prospects.


A trio of books proposes intriguing reasons for economic growth--national pride, surplus labor and investment security--but none parses the novelty of the virtual state.


The most appropriate metaphor for comparing Europe and America, for those who insist on them, has nothing to do with planets.

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April 18, 2014