A proposal to reinvent a troubled but vital institution.
Will the market democratize China? The logic of economic determinism may not be so inexorable after all.
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Greece is fundamentally a status quo country in part of the world where the status quo is being challenged from many directions. Its future prosperity and security depend on reforms at home and a more prudent diplomacy.
Military force has become the hallmark of U.S. foreign policy, ironically in the name of enforcing a global utopia.
The appointment of the Primakov government in September reflects profound changes in Russian politics, some of which have serious implications for the United States.
Japan can and will rise again. The real questions are when it will do so, and how much more damage it will sustain in the meantime.
As the American foreign policy establishment has been preoccupied an event of much greater long-term significance has received scant attention.
The implications of Indonesia's internal problems go well beyond its boundaries.
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