Smart Power

John J. Hamre talks with Joseph Nye and Richard Armitage.

Retroview: Schumpeter’s Century

There’s more to Joseph Schumpeter than “creative destruction.”

Back to Balancing

The next president will have to adopt less expansive methods in the Middle East, and accomplish more.

To Helmand and Back

One woman’s tale of a year spent fighting poppy cultivation and policy incoherence in southern Afghanistan.

The Business We’ve Chosen

Blistering heat, IEDs and highly irregular officers: working with the Iraqi Army in Ninewa province.

Turkey’s Veiled Democracy

The AKP’s election victories are good news for Muslim liberalism.

Meet the Kirchners

The story behind Argentina’s newest power couple.

The Hyperpresident

Nicolas Sarkozy ran on a platform of breaking with the
French status quo, and—sacrebleu!—he won.

Our Favorite Frenchman

Three books on Alexis de Tocqueville pay homage, sort of.

Mind Your Malthus

Gregory Clark’s A Farewell to Alms aims to spoil our taste for Adam Smith with some warmed-over Malthus.

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