Tag Archives: Cold War

Counterpoint: Germany’s Exit from History?

Is Germany burying its head in the sand when confronted with the headwinds of the real world?

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Pascal Lamy: Whither Globalization?

Is the globalized world of the 21st century being managed with a system — and a mindset — designed for a century that has faded away?

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From “Made in the USA” to “Made in China”

Why will Western economies have to wage an increasingly intense competition with the rest of the world for resources and capital?

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Why America Is Like Imperial Spain (Part II)

What lessons can Imperial Spain's travails in the Netherlands teach the United States about Afghanistan?

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Reinventing America: Putting the “US” Back into the United States

Why does such a high degree of corrosive disunity persist in the United States?

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The United States’ New Cold War

How is today's “cold war” not a war of containment, but a war of economic growth?

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U.S.-Russia Relations: Not Another Cold War

Should the United States intervene in matters of security when it comes to Russia and some of its neighbors?

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Europe After World War II: Rising from the House of the Dead

How does Europe’s recent history continue to inform its present and future?

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A Unique Opportunity to Normalize U.S.-Cuba Ties

Why is the time ripe for the Obama Administration to improve U.S. relations with Cuba?

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A Conversation with Vaclav Havel

What was Vaclav Havel’s role in bringing freedom to Czechoslovakia in the late 1980s?

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