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Table of Contents
|The International System and Changing World Order of the Twenty-First Century|
|The Age of Nonpolarity: What Will Follow U.S. Dominance?|
|America’s Edge: Power in the Networked Century|
|The China-U.S. Relationship Goes Global|
|India’s Path to Greatness|
|Managing Interstate Conflicts and the Proliferation of Weapons|
|Alliances, Balance of Power, and the Use of Force|
|The Russian-Georgian War: Implications for the Middle East|
|Europe and Russia: Up from the Abyss?|
|Israeli Military Calculations towards Iran|
|Proliferation of Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons and Technology|
|The Long Road from Prague|
|The Terrorist Threat to Pakistan’s Nuclear Weapons|
|Evolving Bioweapon Threats Require New Countermeasures|
|Foreign Policy Decision Making|
|Obama’s Foreign Policy: The End of the Beginning|
|In Search of Sustainable Security: Linking National Security, Human Security, and Collective Security to Protect America and Our World|
|The Petraeus Doctrine|
|Great Power Interstate Conflicts and Rivalries|
|No Time for a Time-Out in Europe|
|The Unbalanced Triangle: What Chinese-Russian Relations Mean for the United States|
|Lifting the Bamboo Curtain|
|North-South Interstate Conflicts and Rivalries|
|Somali Piracy: A Nasty Problem, a Web of Responses|
|We Can’t Afford to Ignore Myanmar|
|Not Your Father’s Latin America|
|Conflicts among Nation-States in the Global South, Sub-National Conflicts, and the Role of Non-State Actors in an Interdependent World|
|Factors Affecting Stability in Northern Iraq|
|The Most Dangerous Place in the World|
|Reading Twitter in Tehran?: Why the Real Revolution Is on the Streets -and Offline|
|Asymmetric Conflicts: Trends in Terrorism and Counterterrorism|
|Al-Qa`ida’s Pakistan Strategy|
|Al-Qaeda at 20 Dead or Alive?|
|Three Pillars of Counterinsurgency|
|Contemporary Foreign Policy Debates|
|All Counterinsurgency Is Local|
|Afghanistan, Iraq, and U.S. Strategy in 2009|
|International Organizations, International Law, and Global Governance|
|Minilateralism, Mois¿s Na’m, Foreign Policy, July/August 2009|
|The Responsibility to Protect: Meeting the Challenges|
|The International Economic System|
|The $1.4 Trillion Question|
|China to the Rescue: Growing out of the Financial Crisis|
|Africa and the Global Economic Crisis: Threats, Opportunities, and Responses|
|Trade Wars Brewing in Economic Malaise: Outrage in Canada as U.S. Firms Sever Ties to Obey Stimulus Rules|
|The Seven Terrors of the World|
|The Low-Carbon Diet|
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