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Book Review: ‘What Good is Grand Strategy?’ by Hal Brands


Is grand strategy possible or are we living in too complex an international environment? Read More »

Once Again, a Day Late and a Dollar Short

Obama defies Congress. Read More »

America’s Thorniest Foreign Policy Challenge

110 nuclear weapons. On trucks. In a third-world country. Not good! Read More »

Moderate Mitt Tries to Hug It Out

Obama and Romney tangled in the final debate of the campaign, but did Romney play it too soft? Read More »

The Wake-Up Call of Fail Safe in 2012

Sidney Lumet's Fail Safe offers a perspective on the presidency never more relevant than it is here in 2012. Read More »

Book Review: Comic Books and the Cold War, 1946-1962: Essays on Graphic Treatment of Communism, the Code and Social Concerns, Edited by Chris and Rafiel York

Essays examine how comic books helped shape American youth during the Cold War. Read More »

Obama, Oil, Foreign Policy

An energy self-sufficient US could change foreign policy. Read More »


Obama's world view. Read More »

Top Foreign Policy Goal for 2012: Feeding the Children of Drought and Conflict

Feeding the children of "drought and conflict" is the U.S. foreign policy mission for this new year. Read More »

An Interview With the President of Molossia, America’s Smallest Neighbor

Kevin Baugh, president of the Republic of Molossia, explains the dynamics of his self-created country. Read More »