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Saddam and the World: Time is Not On Our Side

Is an invasion of Iraq the best possible solution to the threat posed by Saddam Hussein? In the National Interest's Nikolas Gvosdev sought the opinion of Richard Perle, a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute who served as assistant se

Out of School

One of the admirable things about raspberries is that different sorts seem to get along pretty well with each other.

The New Containment

Forging a U.S.-Russian alliance to prevent nuclear terrorism should be America's top priority in the post-September 11 world; here is a blueprint for one.

Graham AllisonAndrei Kokoshin

Fighting Men

Eliot Cohen's look at the greatest democratic statesman of recent centuries affirms Clemenceau's quip that war is too important to be left to the generals--even American generals.