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BRIC Bust?

The very structural characteristics that launched the economic successes of Brazil, Russia, India, and China are now holding them back.

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Panoramas
Republican Prudence

Four basic principles defined the Founders’ foreign policy. We need to re-learn them.

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Conservative Internationalism

The old foreign policy “schools” debate is exhausted. We need a new synthesis.

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Progressive Pragmatism

The Obama Administration represents the dawn of a new and superior conception of American foreign policy.

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Homo Americanus
On the Ragged Edge

Working abroad for the U.S. government in the darkest corners of human depravity can make a person very unwell.

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Gendered Orientalism

Lila Abu-Lughod claims that the supposedly oppressed women of the Muslim world don’t need the help of the enlightened West. Turns out, she’s right.

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The Eclectic Brilliance of Edmund Phelps

A 2006 Nobel laureate in economics reaches across disciplines to explore the nature of innovation.

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Rupertology

A lot of journalists love to hate Rupert Murdoch. One too many, perhaps?

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America Self-Contained? A Symposium
Leadership as a Last Resort

The United States has been punching well below its weight for five years, and that’s got to stop.

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America Self-Contained? A Symposium
Obama’s Day Isn’t Done

The President has good foreign policy instincts, but he needs to listen to the voices of experience both inside and outside his Administration.

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