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The Secretary of State reflects on the lessons of the past eight years.
The real key to Washington’s pro-Israel policy is long-lasting and broad-based support for the Jewish state among the American public at large.
Failure to plan for predictable problems has turned China's coming-out party into an embarrassment.
Beijing is shirking its responsibilities to the global economy. To encourage better behavior, Washington should offer to share global economic leadership.
Oil stocks can help buffer economic shocks, but only if Washington radically reforms its handling of them.
It's time to integrate further with Canada and Mexico, not separate from them.
Reviews & Responses
Washington can promote political reform best by backing off.
Stopping three decades of unnecessary bungling.
Robert Kagan's Return of History ignores the Iraqi elephant in the room.
Benjamin Wittes’ Law and the Long War is required reading for anyone interested in the legal challenges posed by the war on terror.
This article appears in the Foreign Affairs eBook, "The U.S. vs. al Qaeda: A History of the War on Terror." Now available for purchase.