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Straw Man in the Wind

In his article "What Resource Wars?" David Victor argued that the threat of resource wards is exaggerated. Thomas Homer-Dixon responds.

Debating Disaster: The World Is Not Enough

In the previous issue of The National Interest, David Victor argued that the threat of resource wars is exaggerated.

Notes from the Balkans

The United States should not balk at getting more deeply involved in the volatile Balkans: a well-crafted foreign policy could yield real results.

Israel in NATO?

Such a proposal brings as many complications as it does benefits.

Trouble in Tbilisi

Liberty and security are hard to combine. Georgians risk losing both.

Black Sea Blues

The Abkhaz seem to have built themselves a state. Now all they need is someone to recognize it.

Auditing Arrogance

Three months before the start of the American operation in Iraq I visited the United States, where I met with Vice President Dick Cheney and National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice.

The Cult of Precaution

The high priests of the European Commission invoke the arcane scripture of the Precautionary Principle to justify their environmental enyclicals--the wages of reason be damned.

The Shareholder Model

The United States must revisit "the art of the deal" to preserve its global leadership.

The Stealth Normalization of U.S.-China Relations

The September 11 attacks initiated an increasingly positive working relationship between the United States and China--quietly, subtlely, but undoubtedly real.

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April 19, 2014