The March/April 2011 issue of Foreign Affairs is now online and will be on newsstands March 1st. In this issue:
Walter Russell Mead, the editor-at-large of The American Interest, questions what the rise of the Tea Party means for U.S. foreign policy.
Thomas J. Christensen, a professor at Princeton University and former U.S. deputy assistant secretary of state, argues that a stronger and more confident China will be for the global good.
Wang Jisi, the dean of the School of International Studies at Peking University, reveals the basis of China’s international strategy.
Liaquat Ahamed, the author of Lords of Finance, explains how policymakers might avoid the kinds of currency wars that shook world finance in the 1930s.
Emma Sky, who served as the chief political adviser to General Raymond Odierno, the commanding general of the Multi-National Force–Iraq, suggests that the United States still has an important role to play in Iraq.
And Charli Carpenter, a professor at the University of Massachusetts–Amherst, describes how the laws of war apply to current conflicts.