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Bret Stephens speaks to Editor Gideon Rose about how to bridge the Republican foreign policy divide.
Husain Haqqani discusses Pakistan's recent elections and their impact on U.S. foreign policy with Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose.
The data editor of The Economist and the analytics director for office of the mayor of New York City discuss big data with the editor of Foreign Affairs.
Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs, sits down with Kenneth Cukier, data editor of The Economist.
Thanks to problems of both conception and execution, the Iraq war ended up becoming the most egregious American foreign policy failure since Vietnam. Historians will long debate what the consequences might have been of different decisions at key turning points. We at Foreign Affairs were participating in these debates in real time; here are some highlights of our coverage of the war over the last decade.
Editor Gideon Rose interviews Foreign Affairs author Fareed Zakaria about the policies and investments that prepare a nation for the future.
Editor Gideon Rose interviews General Stanley McChrystal about the transformation of U.S. military strategy.
Andrew Krepinevich discusses the future of U.S. defense spending with Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose.
Editor Gideon Rose interviews Sarah Holewinski, executive director of Center for Civilians in Conflict, about the need to better compensate civilian victims of war.
Sarah Holewinski and Micah Zenko discuss Washington's drone strike policies and the nomination of John Brennan with Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose.
The 2012 Arthur Ross Book Award event honors gold medal recipient John Lewis Gaddis for his book George F. Kennan: An American Life, as well as silver medalist Jason Stearns for Dancing in the Glory of Monsters, and honorable mention Daniel Yergin for The Quest.
Gideon Rose speaks with Martin Feldstein and Alan Binder about the fiscal cliff and deals to avert it.
Preview our fresh new print look -- an eye-catching cover; a crisp, clean layout inside; and new features -- before the next issue hits newsstands in January.
Editor Gideon Rose interviews Gary Sick, adjunct professor at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, on his contribution to Foreign Affairs' latest eBook, Iran and the Bomb: Solving the Persian Puzzle.
Editor Gideon Rose introduces the latest Foreign Affairs eBook, "Iran and the Bomb: Solving the Persian Puzzle."
The editor discusses the future of U.S. foreign policy.
Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki describes the democratic experiment that sparked the Arab Spring and the future of the Arab world.
Gideon Rose discusses the turmoil in Libya on The Brian Lehrer Show.
The challenge for Iran policymaking is not picking a great course that delivers acceptable benefits at a reasonable cost and risk, but selecting a marginally less bad one with slightly fewer or less worrisome downsides than the others.
The editor of Foreign Affairs interviews the author of "How China Sees America."
The editor of Foreign Affairs talks with the former director of the White House's Office of Management and Budget and a NYU Law Professor about the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Care Act.
Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose talks with the Harvard professor about the lessons that can be learned 50 years later.
Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs, explains the significance of the Egyptian presidential election results.
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