Foreign Affairs – May/June 2007

Since its founding in 1922, Foreign Affairs has been the leading forum for serious discussion of American foreign policy and global affairs. The articles in Foreign Affairs deal with questions of international interest. They cover a broad range of subjects, not only political but historical and economic. This issue includes the following articles:
• China’s Space Odyssey: What the Antisatellite Test Reveals About Decision-Making in Beijing by Bates Gill and Martin Kleiber
• Smooth Sailing:The World’s Shipping Lanes Are Safe by Dennis Blair and Kenneth Lieberthal
• Ending the Trade War in Washington: Saving the Trade Agenda by Protecting Workers by Stuart E. Eizenstat and Marney L. Cheek
• Al Qaeda Strikes Back by Bruce Riedel
• How Biofuels Could Starve the Poor by C. Ford Runge and Benjamin Senauer
• Healthy Old Europe by Nicholas Eberstadt and Hans Groth
• Containing Russia by Yuliya Tymoshenko
• The End of National Currency by Benn Steil
• Bush and the Generals by Michael C. Desch
• Let Women Rule by Swanee Hunt
• Atypically French: Sarkozy’s Bid to Be a Different Kind of President by Sophie Pedder
• The Prophet of Moderation: Tariq Ramadan’s Quest to Reclaim Islam by Jonathan Laurence
• Defying Orders, Saving Lives: Heroic Diplomats of the Holocaust by Richard Holbrooke
• The Values Debate by John L. Eastman
• Risk-Return Profile by Richard Christopher Whalen
• The Facts About the Slave Trade by Ronald Weitzer
• Immigration and Jobs by Bernard K. Gordon
• Diagnoses and Prescriptions by Nancy Aossey
• Diagnoses and Prescriptions by Joseph Amon
• Diagnoses and Prescriptions by Susan L. Erikson

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