Vladimir Putin's vision of Russia's place in the real new world order offers a prospect of genuine Russian-American alliance. George W. Bush should pursue it.
NATO is not dead or doomed, but the Allies should use the Prague Summit to assure its healthy future.
A snapshot of how well-intended but misguided development assistance has failed one of America's new Central Asian partners.
An unflinching look at the realities of Mitteleuropa, before NATO's second-round expansion summit in November.
Seven seasoned observers react to William Odom's interpretation of post-Soviet Russian reality, and Odom replies.
How to decide when unilateralism makes sense even within a multilateral framework.
The EU's determination to invite Cyprus into the Union in December 2002 represents a crisis-in-the-making. It's not too soon for Washington to begin work to head it off.
European democracy is under strain from both external and internal pressures. But Europe still has democrats determined to save it.
The European Union is unable to achieve a true federal union, yet neither is it likely to fall apart. That leaves its internal incoherence as a long-term problem for the United States.
European security can best be bolstered through structures that embody both the West's ideals and geopolitical realities.