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  Volume 32, Number 1, Winter-Spring 2012

Table of Contents


pp. 1-3


The Global Leadership Vacuum: An Interview with Ian Bremmer, President and Founder, Eurasia Group

pp. 5-17


From Prediction to Recognition: Using Alternate Scenarios to Improve Foreign Policy Decisions

pp. 19-31

Informing Decisions to Prevent Genocide

pp. 33-47

How to Prevent Other Financial Crises

pp. 49-60

Hidden Income in China and Its Implications

pp. 61-71

Power Cycle Theory and the Ascendance of China: Peaceful or Stormy?

pp. 73-87

Soft on “Soft Power”

pp. 89-111

Southeast Asia’s Strategic Landscape

pp. 113-124

Of Note

Assessing the Risks of Conflict in the South China Sea

pp. 125-128

The Enduring Conflict and the Hidden Risk of India-Pakistan War

pp. 129-142

Of Note

Countering Hidden Risks in the India-Pakistan Conflict

pp. 143-146

Seeing Through the Fog: Libya and Transition

pp. 147-156

The Iranian Security Threat in the Western Hemisphere: Learning from Past Experience

pp. 157-168

Where Water is Worth More than Gold: Addressing Water Shortages in the Middle East & Africa by Overcoming the Impediments to Basin-Wide Agreements

pp. 169-183

Book Reviews

Delivering Development: Lessons from Globalization’s Shoreline

pp. 185-188

A Breath of Fresh Air, but Questions About the Meaning of China’s Economic Imbalances Remain

pp. 189-192

The SAIS Review Prize

Indian Mujahedeen: Religious Fanatics, Modern Jihadists or Islamic Avengers?

pp. 193-202

Democracy in Action: A Campaign Rally from the 2012 Taiwanese Presidential Elections

pp. 203-213

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