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Letter From Tbilisi How should Moscow respond to Georgia’s decision to grant visa-free travel and other overtures of ‘soft power’?
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In this preview of our JanFeb 2011 issue, Clay Shirky discusses social media’s real potential around the world.
Militarized aid is ineffective as an ongoing strategy for four reasons: the...– Michael Young explains why civilians must reclaim stabilization aid in his new Snapshot.
In Memoriam: Richard Holbrooke
To commemorate the passing of Richard Holbrooke, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, chief architect of the 1995 Dayton peace agreement, and Special Envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Foreign Affairs has made available this selection of writings by and about him from our pages.
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This excellent list from Foreign Policy of the Top 100 Global Thinkers of 2010 includes TWENTY Foreign Affairs contributors (that we could find at first glance), including Barack Obama, Fareed Zakaria, Hillary Clinton, Clay Shirky, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Madeleine Albright, Hu Shuli, Niall Ferguson, and oh forget it, we’ll just let you read the whole list.
It is tempting for policymakers to view cyberwarfare as an abstract future...– Wesley Clark and Peter Levin discuss cybersecurity in their article for the NovDec 2009 issue.
U.S.-Russia relations have been on the mend for nearly two years. Yet if the...– CFR Fellow Michael Levi, in an Op-Ed piece in USA Today, on why the New START Treaty needs to be ratified.
You know we just had Thanksgiving, a lot of people are at home with their...– Editor Gideon Rose’s take on cablegate. Listen to the full interview from the Brian Lehrer show from this morning.
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