United Nations special envoy Marrtti Ahtisaari introduced his plan for Kosovo to Serbian and Kosovar leaders over the weekend. In the Spring 2006 issue of The National Interest Tim Potier addressed how Washington should approach the delic
In his blog Subjective Evaluation, Dimitri K. Simes disputes former President Clinton's assertion that his administration
Kosovo may be far far away from China-but its fate is on Beijing's mind.
For the United States, mediating territorial crises must involve geopolitical juggling.
The Abkhaz seem to have built themselves a state. Now all they need is someone to recognize it.
Russia is no longer, and will not again soon be, a great power. To treat it like on is in neither America's interest nor Russia's.
Unless the United States wants to occupy the Balkans for decades to come, it will have to contemplate withdrawal under imperfect and unappealing circumstances.
Ask the Chechen fighters--the future of war is nasty, brutish and anything but short.
The fall of Milosevic does not vindicate U.S. Balkans policy, and the violence in Israel does not prove Oslo was doomed to fail.
Identifying the source and assessing the consequences of the revival and diffusion of anti-Americanism in world politics.