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Publisher Description

Since its founding in 1922, Foreign Affairs has been the leading forum for serious discussion of American foreign policy and global affairs. The articles in Foreign Affairs deal with questions of international interest. They cover a broad range of subjects, not only political but historical and economic. This issue includes the following articles:

• Securing the Gulf by Kenneth M. Pollack

• The Shi’ites and the Future of Iraq by Yitzhak Nakash

• The Protean Enemy by Jessica Stern

• The New American Way of War by Max Boot

• U.S. Power and Strategy After Iraq by Joseph S. Nye Jr.

• Striking a New Transatlantic Bargain by Andrew Moravcsik

• Blair’s Britain After Iraq by Steven Philip Kramer

• A High-Risk Trade Policy by Bernard K. Gordon

• Adjusting to the New Asia by Morton Abramowitz and Stephen Bosworth

• The Future of Energy Policy by Timothy E. Wirth, C. Boyden Gray, and John D. Podesta

• Space Diplomacy by David Braunschvig, Richard L. Garwin, and Jeremy C. Marwell

• Not in Oil’s Name by Leonardo Maugeri

• We Didn’t Start the Fire: Capitalism and Its Critics, Then and Now by Sheri Berman

• Two Agents, Two Paths: How the CIA Became a Vital Operation by Zachary Karabell

• The Great Revival: Understanding Religious "Fundamentalism" by David Aikman

• Putting It Together: The Foibles and Future of the European Union by Barry Eichengreen

• Stayin’ Alive: The Rumors of the UN’s Death Have Been Exaggerated by Edward C. Luck, et al.

• How Best to Build Democracy: Laying a Foundation for the New Iraq by Chappell Lawson

GENRE
Politics & Current Affairs
RELEASED
2003
August 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
211
Pages
PUBLISHER
Council of Foreign Relations
SIZE
3.2
MB

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