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1. The Rise and Fall of the Unipolar Concert

2. The German Moment in a Fragile World

3. Five Bad Options for Gaza

4. The Misunderstood Lessons of Bosnia for Syria

5. Mimicking Democracy to Prolong Autocracies

6. Is the Pivot Doomed? The Resilience of America's Strategic 'Rebalance'

7. India—Pakistan Relations: Does Modi Matter?

8. China: The Post-Responsible Power

9. The Sources of Chinese Conduct: Explaining Beijing's Assertiveness

10. Why Chinese Assertiveness is Here to Stay

11. Projecting Strategy: The Myth of Chinese Counter-intervention

12. UNLOCKING THE ALAWITE CONUNDRUM IN SYRIA

13. WHY TEHRAN WON'T ABANDON ASSAD(ISM)

14. BRINGING THE UNITED STATES BACK INTO THE MIDDLE EAST

15. BALANCING WITHOUT CONTAINMENT: A U.S. STRATEGY FOR CONFRONTING CHINA'S RISE

16. TIES THAT BIND: STRATEGIC STABILITY IN THE U.S.-CHINA RELATIONSHIP

17. CHINA'S UNRAVELING ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY

18. SIFTING THROUGH INTERDEPENDENCE

19. JAPAN UNDER ABE: TOWARD MODERATION OR NATIONALISM?

20. FIGHTING THE RESOURCE CURSE: UGANDA'S PIVOTAL MOMENT

21. THE CONTINUING CHALLENGE OF DEMOCRACY IN THE AMERICAS

22. LOOKING TOWARD 2014

23. Strategic Recalibration: Framework for a 21st-Century National Security Strategy'

24. A Strategy of Discriminate Power: A Global Posture for Sustained Leadership

25. Sizing U.S. Ground Forces: From ''2 Wars'' to ''1 War + 2 Missions''

26. Military Humanitarianism: Syria Hasn't Killed It

27. The Myth of Petroleum Independence and Foreign Policy Isolation

28. How Autocracies Fall

29. Identifying Truly Fragile States

30. Agenda for a New Great Power Relationship

31. East Asia's Maritime Disputes: Fishing in Troubled Waters

32. The South China Sea is Not a Flashpoint

33. Afghanistan's Legacy: Emerging Lessons of an Ongoing War

34. India's Role in a Changing Afghanistan

35. India: A Reluctant Partner for Afghanistan

36. Iran's Foreign Policy in Post-Taliban Afghanistan

37. Iran's Continuing Interests in Afghanistan

38. North Korea Heading for the Abyss

39. The United States and South Korea: Who Does What if the North Fails?

40. The Key to the North Korean Targeted Sanctions Puzzle

41. Breaking the North Korean Nuclear Deadlock: a Global Action Plan

42. Drawing Red Lines Right

43. Revitalizing the Rebalance: How to Keep U.S. Focus on Asia

44. Less is More: The Future of the U.S. Military in the Persian Gulf

45. The Fool's Errand for a Perfect Deal with Iran

46. Has India Peaked?

47. Modi's Unexpected Boost to India-U.S. Relations

48. Beyond Putin? Nationalism and Xenophobia in Russian Public Opinion

49. Is Brazil a 'Responsible Stakeholder' or a Naysayer?

50. Between Aspiration and Reality: Indonesian Foreign Policy After the 2014 Elections

51. Drone Wars

52. Bringing Them All Back Home? Dollar Diminution and U.S. Power

53. Leading on the Cheap? French Security Policy in Austerity

54. Is Hamas Winning?

55. The Sum of all Fears: Israel's Perception of a Nuclear-Armed Iran

56. The BRICS Fallacy

57. Will Scotland Sink the United Kingdom's Nuclear Deterrent?

58. Double Trouble: A Realist View of Rising Chinese and Indian Power

59. Five Myths about India's Nuclear Posture

60. Pakistan and Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Déjà Vu?

61. The Battle for China's Top Nine Leadership Posts

62. Russian Foreign Policy: Continuity in Change

63. Aspirations and Reality: French Foreign Policy and the 2012 Elections

64. A North Korean Spring?

65. Why China Will Democratize

66. The Pakistan Thorn in China-India-U.S. Relations

67. The Myth of "Securing the Commons"

68. Iran's Declining Influence in Iraq

69. The Influence and Illusion of China's New Left

70. Solving the Statebuilders' Dilemma

71. A Strategy of "Congagement" toward Pakistan

72. Reassessing China: Awaiting Xi Jinping

73. The South China Sea: Oil, Maritime Claims, and U.S.-China Strategic Rivalry

74. Reversing Pakistan's Descent: Empowering its Middle Class

75. Defining U.S. Indian Ocean Strategy

76. The 21st Century Force Multiplier: Public — Private Collaboration

77. How to Deter Terrorism

78. Bombs Away? Being Realistic about Deep Nuclear Reductions

79. To Keep the Peace with Iran, Threaten to Strike

80. The Real Problem in U.S.-Israeli Relations

81. Egypt's Troubled Transition: Elections without Democracy

82. Have President Obama's Re-Election Prospects Brightened?

83. The Demise of Ares: The End of War as We Know It?

84. What if Europe Fails?

85. The Mystery of Phantom States

86. Israel's National Security Amidst Unrest in the Arab World

87. China's Geostrategic Search for Oil

88. Recalibrating U.S. — Pakistan Relations

89. Shifting Eastern Mediterranean Geometry

90. Turkey's Strategic Vision and Syria

91. Turkey's Role in Defusing the Iranian Nuclear Issue

92. Turkey's Eroding Commitment to NATO: From Identity to Interests