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From Awakening to War

Without quick mediation, the politicization of religion could lead to conflict.

Principles and Interests

In a volatile region of the world like South Asia, principled realism, not sloganeering, should guide U.S. policy.

Whither Kazakhstan?

The Specter of a "Colored Revolution"Kazakhstan's scheduled December 4, 2005 presidential election brings two major questions into focus for this Central Asian state.

Fall 2005 Asia Supplement: China's Disease Cauldron

China's reaction to the outbreak of influenza on the mainland will affect more than just the health of its citizens.

Kings of the East

Bush's realist head and voter's evangelical hearts are taking him in two different directions on China.

What Hobbes Really Said

Life in the state of nature may be "nasty, brutish and short," but states are not people, and Hobbes is not the ultra-realist he is made out to be.

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April 20, 2014