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Secretary Albright and Kosovo scenes
 Cover Story

     Three scholars react to Secretary of State Albright's policy statement,
"The Testing of American Foreign Policy."

EDITOR'S Introduction
RICHARD H. KOHN, Indecision is our Fatal Flaw
NANCY MITCHELL, Use Moral Example Instead of ‘Spine’
DAVID THORNTON, Albright’s Position is Hard to Justify

 Current Articles
Attitudes Toward European Security, 1990-1997
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"The post-Cold War period shows that America has become a nation more like others, the only remaining superpower, but actually less influential with its allies than it used to be." [FULL TEXT]

Surviving Double Jeopardy

“I counted and identified bodies in a strange déjà vu of the Tiananmen body count. It was surrealistic as colleagues came running to tell me this colleague was alive . . . or that colleague was dead. . . . We lost more than half of our embassy. . . .” [[FULL TEXT]

Editor's Corner . . .
A New Department — and A New Face

The latest issue of American Diplomacy offers two reviews of books in the international relations field, a new Reviews department to house them, and a new editor to manage that department. We invite you to make their acquaintance without delay! [FULL TEXT]

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NOTE: The opinions expressed by the authors published in this Journal are not necessarily those of members of the Editorial Advisory Board or of the Triangle Institute for Security Studies.


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