As part of a new series expressing the views of foreign policy thinkers around the world, France's new president discusses Franco-American relations, the European Union's future and the Middle East.
Comments from Javad Zarif, Iranian ambassador to the UN, and Dmitry Peskov, first deputy press secretary to President Putin.
Q: As the war in Iraq continues, what are your thoughts on its progress? A: While at this stage it is too early to make any categorical judgments, it would appear that before too long, it is in the interest of U.
Empires have always inspired American imagination, for good and for ill.
This issue of The National Interest marks the beginning ofa new era in the life of the magazine.
Peace processes don’t work.
Is the dearth of protestors at IMF and World Bank meetings a sign that global public opinion now favors free trade?
Chris Hill is worried about progress in Iraq; a success for Mitchell while Obama and Jones weigh in on the peace process; Panetta has some new plans for the CIA.
With the Russia-U.S. nuclear treaty signed, Fred Iklé, former director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, tells us what's new (and what’s dangerous) in Obama’s revised nuclear strategy.
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