Tag Archives: Cold War

Japan: The World’s Really Lucky Country

Compared with other occupied nations, how did postwar Japan get so lucky?

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The China-Japan-Korea Triangle

Do the ghosts of Northeast Asia’s past imperil the region’s future stability and prosperity?

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Is China Playing With American Fire?

Could such sensitive issues as Muslim relations, maritime activities and international investments tip the United States and China into greater enmity?

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America, Enjoy the Downward Slide

Can the United States sustain its power? Even more relevant is the question, Is it worth it?

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How We Lost American Exceptionalism

How did Democrats and Republicans both become the parties of war and the purveyors of an interventionist foreign policy?

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Can the United States Balance National Security and Economic Reality?

Is the United States living beyond its means when it comes to national security?

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The Globalist’s Top Books of 2011

What were the most intriguing books featured on The Globalist Bookshelf in 2011?

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Another Bipolar World Order (Part II)

What is the chief competition that will determine the destiny of mankind in the 21st century?

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Twenty Years After the Demise of the Soviet Union: A Chinese Perspective (Part I)

How did the fall of the USSR give rise to a global order characterized by peace and economic development?

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America as Number Two: We’d Try Harder

The case for acknowledging America's slide from first place — and how the United States can use reality to get back on track.

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