Off-Center on the Middle Kingdom; Review of Richard Bernstein's and Ross H. Munro's The Coming Conflict with China
All One's Eggs in One Basket Case; Review of John Laughland's The Tainted Source: The Undemocratic Origins of the European Idea
The Next Lenin: On the Cusp of Truly Revolutionary Warfare
Only an oppressive police state could assure total government control over novel tools for mass destruction.
The Common Sense
A policy consensus is emerging that stresses economic enrichment through open markets, allows for the inclusion of less developed countries with their acts together and seeks to alleviate or at least contain troubles in other parts of the world at
Don't Isolate Us: A Russian View of NATO Expansion
There was and is a wide consensus within the Russian political establishment that NATO expansion contradicts basic Russian national interests. The few dissenting voices in the Russian media and academic circles are marginal.
In the wake of the Hebron agreement, the imperative for Israel (and the United States) has been to formulate a coherent strategy for the next phase.
Tough Choices: Toward a True Strategic Review
The upcoming Quadrennial Defense Review will have to go beyond superficial plans, address the international environment squarely, assess real savings and the difficult political decisions that they will engender, and avoid budgetary sleights-of-ha
India: Relevant at Last?
The achievement of independence by the Indian subcontinent marked the effective end of the age of European imperialism.
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.