Blacks in the Military: The Equal Opportunity Imperative
The United States armed services--army, navy, marines, air force--are together the most racially integrated mass organization in the world.
Tradition Abandoned: America's Military in a New Era
American civil-military relations will remain vexed for some time.
The Common Sense
A policy consensus is emerging that stresses economic enrichment through open markets, allows for the inclusion of less developed countries with their acts together and seeks to alleviate or at least contain troubles in other parts of the world at
Don't Isolate Us: A Russian View of NATO Expansion
There was and is a wide consensus within the Russian political establishment that NATO expansion contradicts basic Russian national interests. The few dissenting voices in the Russian media and academic circles are marginal.
A foreign economic policy that emphasizes regionalism and stresses Latin America will have at least three negative consequences.
Seeing Red, Review of John E. Haynes' Red Scare or Red Menace? American Communism and Anticommunism in the Cold War Era
Gone to the Lake: Republicans and Foreign Policy
In a July 1995 speech before an enraptured audience assembled atWashington's Center for Strategic and International Studies, HouseSpeaker Newt Gingrich addressed the broad issues of post-Cold WarU.
The measure of "greatness" in American presidents is often theretrospective appreciation of their willingness to "stay the course"in the face of determined opposition from powerful opponents.
An Offer Castro Couldn't Refuse - or Survive
The facts of the international scene have changed drastically in the last few years, but not many conservative pundits have changed their minds.