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Let Us Now Praise Great Men.(role of individuals in international relations)
March 22, 2001... Bringing the Statesman Back In In January 1762, Prussia hovered on the brink of disaster. Despite the masterful generalship of Frederick the Great, the combined forces of France, Austria, and Russia had gradually worn down the Prussian army in six years of constant warfare. Austrian...
Democracy Assistance and Political Transition in Russia.
March 22, 2001... Between Success and Failure In one of the more stunning developments of the post--Cold War era, Russia has been host since the early 1990s to a virtual army of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) from the United States, Britain, Germany, and elsewhere in Europe. These NGOs, many of...
Why NATO Enlargement Does Not Spread Democracy.
March 22, 2001... The debate over the costs and benefits of enlarging the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) that preceded the March 1999 inclusion of Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic retains policy relevance in the twenty-first century. Nine more countries have formally applied for membership,...
Posing Problems without Catching Up.(China and U.S. security)
March 22, 2001... China's Rise and Challenges for U.S. Security Policy Since the early 1990s, American scholars and strategists have debated whether the People's Republic of China (PRC) will pose a security threat to the United States and its regional interests in East Asia in the next few decades....
Editors' Note.(Brief Article)(Editorial)
March 22, 2001... With this issue, International Security marks its twenty-fifth anniversary. Much has changed in international relations and the field of international security studies since 1976. The agenda has shifted dramatically, and the list of security problems examined in these pages has evolved...