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September 22, 2010

Wars and Conflict
How Wars End

A penetrating look at American wars over the last century.

April 23, 2010

Political History and Theory
The Icarus Syndrome

Read an excerpt of The Icarus Syndrome. In The Icarus Syndrome, Peter Beinart tells a tale as old as the Greeks—a story about the seductions of success. Beinart describes Washington on the eve of …

April 20, 2010

Financial Markets
More Money Than God

The first authoritative history of hedge funds; from their rebel beginnings to their role in defining the future of finance.

May 15, 2009

Iraq
War of Necessity, War of Choice

Richard N. Haass contrasts the decisions that shaped the conduct of two wars between the United States and Iraq, and writes an authoritative, personal account of how U.S. foreign policy is made, what it should seek, and how it should be pursued.

November 17, 2008

Middle East and North Africa
Restoring the Balance

Read an excerpt of Restoring the Balance. The next U.S. president will need to pursue a new strategic framework for advancing American interests in the Middle East. The mounting challenges include…

March 18, 2008

United States
Daydream Believers

Fred Kaplan explains the grave misconceptions that enabled the administration of George W. Bush to lose track on global security after September, 11 2001.

October 1, 2007

Political Movements
Heroic Conservatism

Michael J. Gerson draws on his White House experiences as the chief speechwriter and as policy adviser to President George W. Bush to argue for a renewed idealism in domestic and foreign policy.

May 23, 2005

United States
The Opportunity

Read an excerpt of The Opportunity. This is a book that describes an unprecedented moment in which the United States has a chance to bring about a world where most people are safe, free, and can e…

April 17, 2005

Economics
Globalization: What’s New?

From the streets of Seattle to corporate boardrooms to new factories in third-world nations, globalization is subject to very different and often explosively divergent interpretations. Where some see…

October 23, 2003

Russia
Power and Purpose

The evolution of American foreign policy toward the Soviet Union, and later Russia, is traced through the tumultuous and uncertain period following the end of the cold war. It examines how American policymakers—particularly in the executive branch—coped with the opportunities and challenges presented by the new Russia.