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Some of this year's highlights from the print magazine.

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Some of this year's highlights from the print magazine.

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See 11 phrases that are blocked on Weibo -- and learn the reasons why.

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Francis Fukuyama on the future of history, Andrew J. Nathan and Andrew Scobell on how China sees America, Ned Parker on the Iraq we left behind, Ruchir Sharma on why the rest stopped rising, and more.

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See how our cover has evolved over the years.

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In accepting the Nobel Prize in 1949, William Faulkner asked, "There is only the question: When will I be blown up?" A device capable of annihilating humankind fundamentally altered the way states calculated their relationships to the rest of the world.

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If the eighteenth belonged to the French, and the nineteenth to the United Kingdom, then the twentieth century belonged to the United States. That arc of power traces a story of military might, economic prowess, and an adaptive political system capable of withstanding tectonic shifts in the global order.

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As the first issues of Foreign Affairs went to press, Europe witnessed the initial stirrings of fascism, with Mussolini in Italy and then Hitler in Germany. Written as the world divided into Axis and Allies, these essays mark the first great challenge to a liberal, democratic world order.

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Triumph in Europe and the Pacific quickly gave way to a world divided between two opposing ideologies -- that individual citizens should own private property and that the state should own all material goods. So a four-decade struggle began.

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