Tag Archives: Iraq war

Mr. Bremer’s Shades of Grey

If a black-or-white political culture is grounds for sending in U.S. troops, then few countries require an invasion more urgently than the United States.

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The Networking of U.S. Foreign Policy

How are the realities of globalization forcing the United States to adopt a new foreign policy?

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America in Afghanistan: Lessons from Iraq (Part II)

What lessons does the United States need to learn from Iraq so as not to waste taxpayer money in Afghanistan?

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America in Iraq: Lessons for Afghanistan (Part I)

Will the reconstruction mistakes made in Iraq be avoided by the U.S. and its allies in Afghanistan?

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The Washington Redskins and U.S. Foreign Policy

What do the Washington Redskins and President Bush’s foreign policy have in common?

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The United States in the Global Concert of Powers

Should the United States move toward a more multilateral foreign policy?

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Mr. Bush in Europe — Leadership Primacy No More

Can U.S. and UK policymakers maintain their agenda-setting power after Iraq?

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Tracking Courage in Washington

We present Carnegie Endowment President Jessica Mathews’ views on the Iraq war.

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Jacques Chirac on Global Futures

How does the French president view his country’s role in the world?

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Pat Buchanan — Empire, No Thanks

Why is right-winged Pat Buchanan against building a U.S. empire?

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