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NATO's Expansion: Why the Critics Are Wrong
An expansion of NATO can only occur under strong U.S. leadership.
Russian Aid (II)
U.S. aid to Russia should promote U.S. foreign policy interests and help the Russians help themselves.
An Old Age is Out, Review of Pierre PÅ½an's Une jeunesse franÂaise, FranÂois Mitterrand: 1934-1947
An Old Age is Out, Review of Pierre PŽan's Une jeunessefranaise, Franois Mitterrand: 1934-1947 (Paris: Fayard, 1994);Emmanuel Faux's Thomas LeGrand, and Gilles Perez, La main droite deDieu, (Paris: ƒditions du Seuil, 1994); Edwy Plenel's Un temps dec
A Tired Anarchy
Russia, for our officials and foreign policy leaders, is an increasingly scary and strange place. We don't seem to know where we are or what we are doing.
The Philosophy of 'Europe'
If the myth of destabilizing European nationalism continues to cast its spell over the decisions of Europe's political architects, then it will prove to be a self-fulfilling fantasy.
Bosnia and the West: A Study in Failure
The Western world's reaction to the destruction of Bosnia has been a triumph of diplomacy. A triumph, that is, of diplomacy over foreign policy.
Asia: Skepticism about Optimism
Perhaps now that Pacific Asians have moved from Marxist to market economics, the logic of economic interdependence has made arms racing and power rivalry less sensible and less likely. On balance, it is probably better for Pacific Asian stability
The DNA Code of Civilization, Review of John Hale's The Civilization of Europe in the Renaissance
The DNA Code of Civilization, Review of John Hale's TheCivilization of Europe in the Renaissance (New York: HarperCollins, 1994).