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Graham Allison

U.S., China and Thucydides

How can Washington and Beijing avoid typical patterns of distrust and fear?

The Three 'Nos' Knows

In the previous issue of The National Interest, John Mueller argued that the threats from nuclear proliferation, nuclear terrorism and nuclear war are exagger

Radioactive Hype

Public enemies are unlikely to obtain nuclear weapons, despite widespread fears to the contrary.

Don't Lose Russia

A former U.S. senator offers tough-love advice on Russia to the Democrats.

Commentary

Rowhani the Decision Shaper

The Supreme Leader has the final say, but Iran's new president can do much to guide his choices.

Lee Kuan Yew, Grand Master of Asia

Singapore's éminence grise sees China rising and India falling.

Books & Reviews

Preventing the Unthinkable

Graham Allison paints a frightful picture of nuclear terrorism. But all is not yet lost.

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April 20, 2014