A review of a particularly acrimonious year in an ongoing debate.
How one distinctive, but neglected and sometimes disparaged, strain of America's political culture shapes our foreign policy and warfighting.
Three decades of Sino-American relations: the view from the Oval Office.
War on the silver screen. A new film refights the Gulf War--but this time for a higher purpose/
As we contemplate the results of victory in Kosovo, it is time to sort fact from fiction concerning American intervention.
Like the one before it, the twenty-first century will be American—predictions of a multipolar world nonwithstanding.
Washington's millenarians and their imaginary world.
Kosovo was a new kind of war, one fought for humanitarian purposes. It will be the last of its kind.
An article in the last issue claimed that China's military is a hollow force. The facts, two other China experts argue, are otherwise.
How good is China's military, and how much should the United States care?
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