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Books of Interest
William P. Kiehl, Contributing Editor

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Putinism by Walter Laquer
Destiny and Power by Jon Meacham
The China Boom by Ho-fun Hung

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The Guardians by Susan Pedersen
The Politics of Everyday Europe by Kathleen R. McNamara
Accidental State by Hsiao-ting Lin

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Power and International Relations
by David A. Baldwin
Harry & Arthur by Lawrence J. Haas


 

 

Spoken Word Reviews
Francis P. Sempa, Contributing Editor

April Links
U.S.-India Economic and Financial Relationship
Tokyo at the Forefront
The Grand Strategy that Won the Cold War
American Intelligence in the Age of Terror
The Future of the U.S. Rebalance to Asia
Was John Quincy Adams a Foreign Policy Realist?
The Emerging Law of 21st Century War
The Geopolitics of the American Revolution
Why American Economic Leadership Matters
Europe's Warning for the U.S.
The Emerging China-Russia Axis: The Return of Geopolitics

 

Internet Articles FYI
George Clack, Contributing Editor

April Links
Where in the World Are We?
Trump Angst Pours in from Overseas Governments
Under the Lime Trees
The Exit Solution?: How the West Misjudged Russia, Part 10
Seven Phantoms of Russia's Policy Toward the European Union
Most Young Arabs Have No Use for ISIS, Survey Finds
ISIS's Offline Propaganda Strategy
On the American Front Line Against ISIS"
What To Do About Brussels
How Our Politicians—and Media—Are Helping Terrorists Win
Reviving the Mediterranean's Lost Cosmopolitanism

 

Diplomats Who Are Authors

NEW From Maggie Minds Her Business by Allie Simms

From Climbing the Rain by Howard Cincotta

 

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NEW Obesity in Foreign Affairs by Peter Bridges

Russian Hybrid War Reaches the UN by Tatiana Christy

The Necessity of a World Leader by Godfrey Garner

LINK Tino Calabia (Peru1963-65) Comments on "13 Hours: the Secret Soldiers of Benghazi"

 

  


 

 

 

 

Diplomats Who Are Authors
NEW From Maggie Minds Her Business by Allie Simms

I was so transfixed by the snake—its tiny, bead-like eyes seemed to be staring at me—that at first I didn't even notice Fran Warriner, the woman I'd come to free. Her bush outfit looked wrinkled and sweaty, and her hair clearly needed a wash, but she didn't seem to have been harmed. more

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