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1. The Rise and Fall of the Unipolar Concert

2. The Misunderstood Lessons of Bosnia for Syria

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

4. Why Chinese Assertiveness is Here to Stay

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






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

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

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

14. The Myth of Petroleum Independence and Foreign Policy Isolation

15. Agenda for a New Great Power Relationship

16. The Key to the North Korean Targeted Sanctions Puzzle

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

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

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

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

21. Iran's Continuing Interests in Afghanistan

22. Drone Wars

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

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

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

26. Russian Foreign Policy: Continuity in Change

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

28. A Strategy of "Congagement" toward Pakistan

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

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

31. Defining U.S. Indian Ocean Strategy

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

33. How to Deter Terrorism

34. Bombs Away? Being Realistic about Deep Nuclear Reductions

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

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

37. Egypt's Troubled Transition: Elections without Democracy

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

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

40. Shifting Eastern Mediterranean Geometry

41. Turkey's Strategic Vision and Syria

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

43. Coping with a Conflicted China

44. The Emergent Security Threats Reshaping China's Rise

45. Is China Playing a Dual Game in Iran?

46. Plan A-Minus for Afghanistan

47. Pakistan's Counterterrorism Strategy: Separating Friends from Enemies

48. Moving into a Post-Western World

49. Can China Defend a "Core Interest" in the South China Sea?

50. A Truly Regional Economic Strategy for Afghanistan

51. Did the State Department Get the Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review Right?

52. The Pragmatic Challenge to Indian Foreign Policy

53. Under the Shrinking U.S. Security Umbrella: India's End Game in Afghanistan?

54. The Ties that Bind? U.S.–Indian Values-based Cooperation

55. The Focus Now Shifts to 2012

56. Al-Qaeda and the Rise of China: Jihadi Geopolitics in a Post-Hegemonic World

57. The Battle for Reform with Al-Qaeda

58. Beware the Duck Test

59. The Trust Deficit: Seven Steps Forward for U.S.–Arab Dialogue

60. Doubling Down on Iran

61. Pakistan's Nuclear Calculus

62. Should the United States Abandon Taiwan?

63. The Missing Endgame for Afghanistan: A Sustainable Post-Bin Laden Strategy

64. A Detour Strategy for the Test Ban Treaty

65. Iran and the Great Sanctions Debate

66. Should Israel Become a "Normal" Nation?

67. Engagement without Recognition: A New Strategy toward Abkhazia and Eurasia's Unrecognized States

68. Getting Back on Track in Bosnia-Herzegovina

69. American and Chinese Power after the Financial Crisis

70. Understanding the Geopolitical Implications of the Global Financial Crisis

71. Storm Clouds Gathering for the Democrats

72. Forget Bretton Woods II: the Role for U.S.-Japan-China Trilateralism

73. Revisiting the Future: Geopolitical Effects of the Financial Crisis

74. The Myth of a No-NATO-Enlargement Pledge to Russia

75. Obama's Existential Challenge to Ahmadinejad

76. Dirty Windows and Burning Houses: Setting the Record Straight on Irregular Warfare

77. Dusk or Dawn for the Human Rights Movement?

78. Talking with Insurgents: A Guide for the Perplexed

79. Toward Reconciliation in Afghanistan

80. Time for Sober Realism: Renegotiating Relations with Pakistan

81. How Obama Can Get South Asia Right

82. The Campaign No One Will Forget

83. Toward a Third Generation of International Institutions: Obama's UN Policy

84. Toward Effective Multilateralism: Why Bigger May Not Be Better

85. Why Has the United States Not Been Attacked Again?

86. Containing Iran?: Avoiding a Two-Dimensional Strategy in a Four-Dimensional Region

87. The United States, India, and Global Governance: Can They Work Together?

88. Understanding the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy Debate

89. Shaping the Choices of a Rising China: Recent Lessons for the Obama Administration

90. The Obama Administration and the Americas: A Promising Start

91. Harnessing the Financial Furies: Smart Financial Power and National Security

92. Using Social Power to Balance Soft Power: Venezuela's Foreign

93. What Do They Really Want?: Obama's North Korea

94. Playing the Same Game: North Korea's Coercive Attempt at U.S. Reconciliation