Catch-907 in the Caucasus
Baku, they say, is booming.
The Wild East
Sinking into poverty amid its natural riches, Vladivostok is almost totally controlled by organized crime.
Is Asia's High Growth Era Over?
Since the mid-1980s, Western academics and policymakers have regardedthe "tiger" economies of East Asia as an interesting intellectuallaboratory for debating theories about the causes of economic growth.
Power Failure: American Policy in the Caspian
Whereas in Central Europe Washington barely acknowledges Russian sensibilities, in Central Asia and the Caucasus it indulges them to excess.
A foreign economic policy that emphasizes regionalism and stresses Latin America will have at least three negative consequences.
Through the Garbage Can, Darkly, Review of David Williams's Japan and the Enemies of Open Political Science
An Offer Castro Couldn't Refuse - or Survive
The facts of the international scene have changed drastically in the last few years, but not many conservative pundits have changed their minds.
Until now, and the question of trade apart, foreign policy has not figured much in the Republican presidential primaries. But with Pat Buchanan setting the pace and tone, it is certain that it will do so before long.
The World Shakes China
China has yet to shake the world; its external influence has been comparatively inconsequential since the industrial revolution. Instead, it is the world that has shaken China.