Alexander Vershbow, William Odom and Vitaly Kozyrev
Russia experts reflect on the country’s relations with the West and the politically turbulent states on its western border.
An Interview with David Brooks
New York Times columnist David Brooks discusses how reporting shapes his view of the world and how the Bush administration’s view of the world shapes U.S. foreign policy.
An Interview with John Prendergast
John Prendergast offers his take on prospects for conflict resolution and effective peacekeeping in sub-Saharan Africa.
An Interview with Jane Thery
Jane Thery, an official at the Organization of American States, considers the political and economic reshuffling of Latin America.
By Jolyon Howorth
With ratification of the EU constitution in doubt, Jolyon Howorth analyzes the trends that will define European security and the Eu’s relationship with the United States in the years ahead.
By Achilles Skordas
Achilles Skordas urges a more flexible line in EU dealings with the independence-minded Moldovan enclave of Transnistria and, ultimately, Moldova’s integration into the EU.
By Paul Bracken
Paul Bracken argues that big business in China, India, Brazil and other emerging markets is outcompeting foreign multinationals and displacing NGOs, labor and government as a source of power and influence.
By Deborah A. Bräutigam
Deborah A. Bräutigam explains how Mauritius shaped the sugar market, tapped cultural networks and contacts, and relied on a tradition of pluralism to export its way to the ranks of upper-middle income countries.
By Kevin J. Fandl
The tsunamis that leveled so many Southeast Asian communities in December 2004 provide a critical but often overlooked opportunity to establish formal property rights throughout the region. Kevin J. Fandl lays the groundwork for proper land titling systems.
By Andrew Natsios
USAID Administrator Andrew Natsios finds reasons for cautious optimism over the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and its ability to user in sustainable peace and power sharing in the Sudan.
By Katherine Southwick
Katherine Southwick contends that the International Criminal Court’s well-intentioned mandate in norther Uganda may have put civilian lives at risk, obstructed peace efforts, and de-legitimized local authority and culture.
By Milkah Kihunah
Looking back at the joint response to civil war in Liberia in 1989, Milkah Kihunah finds lessons for future UN collaboration with regional forces.
By Adam Isacson
Five years after the launch of Plan Colombia, Adam Isacson prescribes a more comprehensive, less militarized alternative to the $7.5 billion effort to combat the drug trade.
By Tanja Srebotnjak and Daniel C. Esty
Tanja Srebotnjak and Daniel C. Esty tout the Environmental Sustainability Index as a much-needed quantitative guidepost to gauge national environmental performance and improve policymaking.
By Natan Sharansky with Ron Dermer
Reviewed by M.D.J. Morgan
By Yevgeny Primakov
Reviewed by Jeffrey Mankoff
By Jussi Hanhimäki
Reviewed by Matias Spektor
By T.R. Reid
By Jeremy Rifkin
Reviewed by Alex Martinos
By James Naughtie
Reviewed by Nick Baldock
By Michael Barnett and Martha Finnemore
Reviewed by Jonathan G.S. Koppell
By Andrew Mango
Reviewed by Joshua Walker
By Premchand (Translated by Gordon Roadarmel)
Reviewed by Thomas Jandl
By Hugh Hewitt
Reviewed by Marcel Pacatte