James F. Hoge, Jr.

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Editor's Note

Two decades ago, the Soviet empire and its ideological engine, communism, simultaneously died. Thus ended the Cold War, with unexpected suddenness. Looking forward at the time, many observers foresaw a placid future with few challenges to approximate the hot and cold wars that had so scarred the twentieth century. Peace and prosperity were predicted. In fact, peace did not break out. The last decade of the twentieth century and the first decade of the twenty-first century were full of challenges and surprises, including several long and debilitating wars that are not yet over.

Crime & Drugs Political Development News Release

Foreign Affairs LIVE: Rehab for Mexico?

Former Mexican Foreign Secretary Dr. Jorge Castañeda and former Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Mr. Robert Bonner discuss the consequences of Mexico's drug war and the policy options facing Mexican and U.S. officials.

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Foreign Affairs LIVE: Zbigniew Brzezinski

A discussion with Zbigniew Brzezinski on the future of NATO and other foreign policy challenges facing the Obama administration.

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