International economics Articles

The Business of Insurgency

In Iraq, crime does pay. The insurgency is about more than just politics or ethnicity.

Assessing the China Threat

Does China's military really threaten America's position in Asia? Not yet, but it still must be taken seriously.

China's Rise, Asia's Dilemma

America's Asian allies don't always share our assessments of China. We shouldn't make them choose between Washington and Beijing.

Europe's Dream Disturbed

Now that the EU constitution has been defeated, the Euro-elites can come down from the clouds.

Iranian Beliefs and Realities

Painting an accurate picture of Iran requires listening to all Iranians, not just "our" Iranians

The Ethics of Realism

Hans Morgenthau and Reinhold Niebuhr--the fathers of American realism--understood that good intentions do not excuse failure.

Religion and the West

American religiosity and European secularity spring from the same source.

The India Imperative

George W. Bush has recognized that India is America's natural ally.

Israel and Arab Democracy

George W. Bush believes that democracy in the Arab world is the key to security. All in due time, says Ariel Sharon.

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April 16, 2014