Without quick mediation, the politicization of religion could lead to conflict.
Bush's first term saw real successes and serious failures. To correct past miskakes, and avoid new ones, America's power must be wedded to leadership--and guided by a sense of the possible.
Chace's Acheson is encompassing, graceful and prodigiously researched and annotated.
Why not invite the Russian submariners over for a drink?
Which way America? As we face a foreign-policy perfect storm, is either candidate qualified to take the helm? Robert F. Ellsworth and Dimitri K. Simes examine the arguments for McCain and Obama and offer the reasons behind their decisions.
The new Congress' investigative agenda will likely include tough questions that demand honest answers if we seek progress in the Long War.
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