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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:

• An Irish Policy Born in the U.S.A.: Clinton’s Break with the Past by Joseph O’Grady

• The Case for Mexico’s Rescue: The Peso Package Looks Even Better Now by Bradford DeLong, Christopher DeLong, and Sherman Robinson

• Workers and the World Economy: Breaking the Postwar Bargain by Ethan B. Kapstein

• Dealing with a Russia in Turmoil: The Future of Partnership by Jack F. Matlock, Jr.

• Ukraine: Europe’s Linchpin: Preserving Independence by John Edwin Mroz and Oleksandr Pavliuk

• China after Deng: Coping Well with Succession by William H. Overholt

• The Myth of Post-Cold War Chaos by G. John Ikenberry

• Reviving the West: For an Atlantic Union by Charles A. Kupchan

• Globalizing Free Trade: The Ascent of Regionalism by C. Fred Bergsten

• A New Islamic Politics: Faith and Human Rights in the Middle East by Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im

• Rice Bowls and Dust Bowls: Africa, Not China, Faces a Food Crisis by Robert L. Paarlberg

• The Cuban Illusion: Keeping the Heat on Castro by Susan Kaufman Purcell

• The Mark of Bosnia: Boutros-Ghali’s Reign of Indifference by Fouad Ajami

GENRE
Politics & Current Affairs
RELEASED
1996
June 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
169
Pages
PUBLISHER
Council of Foreign Relations
SIZE
2.7
MB

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