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As both politicians and historians mine the 1940s for alternate visions of international order, we must guard against the presumption that the United States remains the benevolent center of global politics.
Afghan elites face a corrosive past.
Barnett R. Rubin
We need to find a way to address serious and legitimate security concerns without the overkill of a general system of preventive detention for suspected terrorists.
The originator of the idea of a “nuclear freeze.”
We have at the present time two government leaders, a president and a vice president, who
Why we must acknowledge the claims of the Palestinians.
Imagining justice in Palestine.
John Bolton will turn U.S. foreign policy back to the unilateralism of Bush’s first term, when the war on terror meant never having to say you’re sorry.
Stephen John Stedman
Inside Rumsfeld's Pentagon.
Andrew J. Bacevich
Argentina's Quest for Justice.
On the rise Hamas, the fall of the Israeli left, and the future of a two-state solution
Jonah Goldberg's liberal fascism.
The Iraq War Spreads.
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Robin Dembroff, Dee Payton
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