The idea of a
world without Western influence
is gaining more traction. Steven Weber spoke on the subject at The National Interest, inspiring further debate featu
"General Secretary Gorbachev, if you seek peace, if you seek prosperity for the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, if you seek liberalization: Come here to this gate! Mr.
If getting rich is glorious, than no country has been more glorious over the last three decades than China.
Those seeking a Reaganesque reformer among Republican presidential candidates might be looking on the wrong side of the Atlantic.
The Bush Administration's checkered legacy of democracy promotion has called into question its future role in U.S. foreign policy.
Thirty-five years after the ABM Treaty, balistic missiles remain crucial the U.S.-Russian ties. But the relationship has changed dramatically over the years in ways both sides should recognize.
John Lukacs offers an intimate portrait of one of America's great strategists in George Kennan.
A panel of experts speaking at The Nixon Center agreed: The United States must invest in Ukraine’s political process, not individual leaders, during the present crisis.
Stefan Halper diagnosed the ills of America’s public discourse in an address at The Nixon Center Thursday night.
With the legacy of genocide in Rwanda, acrimony over the Iraq War and the oil-for-food scandal, U.S. attitudes towards the UN are close to their nadir. But taking a more pragmatic approach to the UN in pursuit of American interests is the right p
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