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May 2008
America's Place in the Asian Century
by Kishore Mahbubani
"The moment has come for fresh US policy on East Asia. This should be priority number one or the next president.

May 2008
Clearing the Air in the Middle East
by Bassma Kodmani
"It will not take long for a new president to conclude that a different approach is needed to the critical issues of the region."

May 2008
Going in Two Directions in South Asia
by Pratap Bhanu Mehta
"The maturity and sophistication of the Indo-us relationship are such that both countries will be able to tolerate differences, while simultaneously strengthening the sinews of their interdependence."

May 2008
New Priorities for Latin America
by Jorge Castañeda and Patricio Navia
"Populism must be seen as the symptom of a disease that plagues Latin American democracies, rather than as the disease itself."

May 2008
Where US and Russian Interests Overlap
by Dmitri Trenin
"Why is it that all recent Russian leaders have started out as friends of the United States, wishing to be embraced as allies, but after a while have become disillusioned. . . ?"

May 2008
The US and Africa: Prisoners of a Paradigm
by Greg Mills
"Africa needs more investment and economic growth. It needs less theater and, certainly, no more pity."

May 2008
Europe's Enduring Anti-Americanism
by Michael Cox
"Anti-Americanism has embedded itself in a very profound way in Europe's foreign policy discourse. . . . This fact, more than any changes about to take place in the White House, will shape the transatlantic relationship for years to come."

November 2007
Global Warming Battlefields: How Climate Change Threatens Security
by Michael T. Klare
"It may well be that the most costly and challenging consequence of climate change will be an increase in violent conflict and all the humanitarian trauma this brings with it."

November 2007
International Cooperation in a Post-Kyoto World
by Bryan K. Mignone
"The success of any climate treaty actually depends on the actions of only a relatively small group of nations, perhaps 20 or fewer."

November 2007
Just Another Environmental Problem?
by Will Steffen
"Climate change may just be the issue that triggers a fundamental reexamination of our place in the natural world."

November 2007
Can the World Wean Itself from Fossil Fuels?
by Nathan E. Hultman
"Shaping a pathway for global development in light of climate change and oil depletion need not imply radical disruption or widespread social harm."

November 2007
The Cost of Keeping Our Cool
by David Wyss
"How much are we willing to spend now to insure our grandchildren against environmental disaster? How much are developed countries willing to spend to ward off problems for emerging economies?"

November 2007
There May Be Winners As Well As Losers
by Gideon Rachman
There May Be Winners As Well As Losers

November 2007
China Needs Help with Climate Change
by Kelly Sims Gallagher
"As a developing country, China still lacks many of the institutions, policies, and enforcement mechanisms that are needed to foster technology transfer and environmental protection."

November 2007
Changing the International Climate
by Barbara Boxer
Changing the International Climate

November 2006
The End of the Nonproliferation Regime?
by GEORGE PERKOVICH
The fundamental requirement today is to establish a basis of cooperation between the most powerful state—the United States—and the others, without which pressing proliferation problems cannot be solved."

November 2006
The Lessons of North Korea’s Test
by LEON V. SIGAL
"Countries that seek nuclear weapons are insecure. Trying to isolate or coerce them can easily backfire."

November 2006
Bringing Iran to the Bargaining Table
by KENNETH M. POLLACK
"If the Iranian people were ever forced to choose between the nuclear program and their country's economic health, they likely would choose the latter."

November 2006
The US-India Nuclear Pact: Bad for Security
by GARY MILHOLLIN
It is impossible to weaken export controls for India without weakening them for everyone else. The 'everyone else' includes Iran, Pakistan, and even terrorists. . . ."

November 2006
The US-India Nuclear Pact: A Good Deal
by DINSHAW MISTRY and SUMIT GANGULY
"Stronger US-India strategic ties resulting from the pact would lessen India's need to greatly expand its nuclear arsenal and would bind Indian governments more firmly to norms against nuclear testing."

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