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NATO Expansion, a Decade On

Was it a good idea? The debate continues.

Memorials to Credit & Blame

Stories and memorials reflect and shape our politics and history.

Moral Certainty, Theological Doubt

The critical quest for a humble middle ground.

Strong States and Liberty

The fiasco of the Olympic Torch Relay has focused attention on the condition of human rights in China.  What is the source of human rights abuses in that country today?  Many people assume the problem is that China remains a communist dictatorship, and that abuses occur because a strong centralized Chinese state ignores the rights […]

Strong States and Liberty

The fiasco of the Olympic Torch Relay has focused attention on the condition of human rights in China. What is the source of human rights abuses in that country today? Many people assume the problem is that China remains a communist dictatorship, and that abuses occur because a strong centralized Chinese state ignores the rights […]

Hagel Looks Ahead

A conversation with Nebraska Republican Senator Chuck Hagel on post-Bush America.

How China Is Ruled

The Chinese Communist Party’s scheme for keeping political control after the Tiananmen crisis is now the problem.

Leave or Lose

One senses a ghastly inevitability about this American adventure—half tragedy, half farce and all folly.

Smart Power, Chinese Style

China’s creative, long-range thinking is running circles around the United States.

Morale Matters

After several months in which the news from Iraq has steadily if spottily improved, the time has come to think about what just a few months ago seemed unthinkable.

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