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A special package on China; Ivan Krastev and Mark Leonard on Europe; Andrew Palmer on financial innovation; and more.

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Gideon Rose and Jerry Brito
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Gideon Rose and Kwame Anthony Appiah

NYU's Kwame Anthony Appiah discusses his recent article "Race in the Modern World" with Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose.

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Stuart Reid and Brian Warshay

Bloomberg Analyst Brian Warshay discusses his recent article "Upgrading the Grid" with Foreign Affairs Deputy Managing Editor Stuart Reid.

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Gideon Rose and R. Daniel Kelemen

Despite all the grim predictions, the European Union is not on the verge of collapse. Quite the contrary: if European leaders act with resolve and persistence, the union could experience a rebirth.

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Gideon Rose and Stephen Kotkin

Princeton University Professor Stephen Kotkin discusses his recent article, "The Resistible Rise of Vladimir Putin," with Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose.

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Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs, previews the new issue.

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Angélica Dass

Cover artist Angélica Dass discusses her Humanae project.

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Gideon Rose, editor of Foreign Affairs, previews the new issue.

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Justin Vogt and Anand Gopal

Anand Gopal, former Afghanistan correspondent for The Wall Street Journal, sits down with Justin Vogt, deputy managing editor of Foreign Affairs.

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Gideon Rose and Richard K. Betts

After more than a decade at war, what has Washington learned? Gideon Rose sits down with Richard Betts, Columbia University's Arnold A. Saltzman Professor of War and Peace Studies, to discuss.

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Gideon Rose and Max Boot

Washington simply doesn’t have the luxury of simply avoiding long wars against brutal insurgencies. Instead, it needs to figure out how to fight them better.

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