Serious About Sanctions
It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but rather the one most adaptable to change.
U.S. diplomacy in the Persian Gulf region has created a no-win proposition whose dangers far transcend the local security environment
Because the United States and the Soviet Union are no longer competing in Third World proxy wars, the rationale for most traditional covert action has disappeared. However, new threats such as terrorism and proliferation may sometimes require the
There is no substitute for non-proliferation strategies with clear, country-specific objectives.
Albert Wohlstetter's 1961 "N+1" article reminds us that potential proliferators are not few but many, as most states have been empowered by economic and technical developments to build quickly high-leverage weaponry with impressive strategic reach
Change in Iran is in the air, and it could be dramatic--but this is speculative and both the timetable and the actual policy implications are impossible to specify.
The transition from the era of cheap oil to whatever replaces it will bear with it many grave economic and political consequences.