NATO's Expansion: Why the Critics Are Wrong
An expansion of NATO can only occur under strong U.S. leadership.
The Philosophy of 'Europe'
If the myth of destabilizing European nationalism continues to cast its spell over the decisions of Europe's political architects, then it will prove to be a self-fulfilling fantasy.
Bosnia and the West: A Study in Failure
The Western world's reaction to the destruction of Bosnia has been a triumph of diplomacy. A triumph, that is, of diplomacy over foreign policy.
Monster from the Deep: Return of UNCLOS
The argument against ratification of the whole UNCLOS seems to be overwhelming, but for reasons that have not been fully argued in public.
International Crime and Punishment
The idea of an international criminal court is supported by many people and now has moved from the lobbying of lawyers and moralists to an area of practical action.
The final effacement of British national sovereignty will probably take place in December at the European Economic Community summit in Maastricht, the Netherlands.