Independence

Foreign Policy by Posse

There is increasing consideration of (and, in some quarters, consternation about) what might be dubbed "the new unilateralism," the practice of the United States going it alone in the world. It merits attention.

Richard N. Haass

Lost Time: The Forgetting of the Cold War

Forgetting the Cold War means distorting the lens through which we view the present. Consciously or unconsciously, it is an act of denial and repudiation, asserting or imagining that what was, was not, and that what was not, was. It is un-remember

Ian Gambles

Who Won the Trade War?

Now that there is an armistice in the latest phase of the trade war with Japan, it is instructive to evaluate President Clinton's settlement, the costs of achieving it, and the implications for U.

Robert B. Zoellick

Korea and Our Asia Policy

On January 30, 1995, in response to a question in a Diet committee,Japanese Prime Minister Murayama Tomiichi* said that Japan is partlyresponsible for the division of the Korean peninsula after World WarII.

Chalmers Johnson

The Price of Information

Many economists, business analysts and especially people in the communications industries are in a state of euphoria about globalization.

Eric Jones

On Letting Go

As virtually all the readers of this magazine will agree, the Cold War was a conflict of monumental importance.

Owen Harries

Look, No Tocqueville

Michael Lind's first book is the "first manifesto" of a "real, not merely metaphorical revolution in politics and society" leading to a new America to be known as Trans-America.

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