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Daniel Richman leads a forum on the conflict between national security and civil rights, with responses from Bob Barr, Corey Robin, and others; Christine J. Walley explains Tanzania’s people’s park; Benjamin Paloff on Bruno Schulz.
Stephen M. Walt leads a forum on American foreign policy with responses from Richard Falk, Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Naomi Chazan, and others; Neta C. Crawford on the lasting policy distortions of the Cold War; Deborah Stone discusses the language of torture.
Immigration and work in the global economy: Jacqueline Bhabha on protecting rights, not borders; Jennifer Gordon on organizing workers across country lines; Joseph H. Carens on what we owe people who stay.
Our 30th Anniversary Issue, with a special forum on What’s Hurting the Middle Class led by Elizabeth Warren and Amelia Warren Tyagi; Susie Linfield looks at photographs of the condemned; Rebecca Saxe on science and morality.
Barry Posen leads a forum exploring U. S. exit strategies from Iraq, with responses from then-Senator Joe Biden, former Ambassador Barbara Bodine, Senator Russ Feingold, and others; Jon D. Hansen and Adam Benforado explain how the Supreme Court makes justices more liberal; John Bowen looks at Islam and immigration in France; Dorothy Roberts on black nationalism.
Gianpaolo Baiocchi on the citizens of Porto Alegre; Nir Rosen discusses the roots of sectarian violence in Iraq; the end of the culture wars; Josiah Ober looks at what we can learn from Athens. Khaled Abou El Fadl on Osama bin Laden.
Abhijit Vinayak Banerjee leads a forum on how to fight global poverty, with responses from Jagdish Bhagwati, Robert H. Bates, Alice H. Amsden, Ruth Levine, and others.