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Samuel P. Huntington

Asia's Looming Power Shift

The choices of China, India and Japan will define Asia's future. Their lack of unity and diversity of weaknesses will leave big problems unaddressed.

Commentary

Rand Paul's Seminal Speech

The Kentucky senator wants to generate debate in the halls of orthodoxy.

The Huntington Thesis and Turkey's New Role

Ankara as a possible force for stability in the eastern Mediterranean.

Europe's Demographic DisUnion

If anything, European-Muslim integration has become more important since Jyllands-Posten culture editor Flemming Rose published the infamous Danish Muhammad cartoons.

Books & Reviews

Resisting the Charms of War

Andrew J. Bacevich laments American militarism.

The Late American Nation

America has thrived thanks to its Anglo-Protestant culture. But does that culture carry the seeds of its own demise?

Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?

There is no shortage of books on security and strategy in a world beset by terror. "Fortunately," writes Harvey Sicherman, "most are short."

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April 16, 2014