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A Love Lost Over the Atlantic

The "special relationship" has long been a foreign policy myth. The day has finally come for a peaceful separation between two English-speaking powers.

The Three Faces of NATO

One must wonder why, with the end of the cold war, NATO did not dissolve. How do we explain the organization's transformation and vitality at the end of the twentieth century?

The Bell Tolls for NATO

NATO is in a struggle for its life, and Afghanistan just may deliver the fatal blow.

Mid-Life Crisis?

The OSCE is not a relic of the Cold War. Instead, it may be the only body that can tackle problems across Eurasia.

Israel in NATO?

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

Transatlantic Troubles

America need not restore the bygone, comprehensive relationship with Europe to achieve its purposes.

Commentary

The Growing EU-UK Gulf

David Cameron isn't just securing his right flank.

Britain's History of Hedging on Europe

PM Cameron's skeptical speech will be poorly received in Brussels, but his sentiments are hardly new.

Butt Out of Britain

Washington has no business telling the United Kingdom what its interests ought to be.

Blogs

The Americanization of British Politics

America's dynastic style of leadership politics is not something the British should eagerly copy.

Books & Reviews

Another National Party No More?

Today's conservatives can learn from their Tory forbears.

Neo-Conspiracy Theories

There is much room for debate on the soundness of neoconservative policies. But a serious assessment of neocons and their role in the Bush Administration is a necessary starting point.

Dreaming Europe in a Wide-Awake World

When it comes to Europe's gilded future, success is always just around the corner. Europeanists need to wake up--or risk being left behind by an unlikely coalition.

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April 19, 2014