1. The Faulty Premises of the Next Marshall Plan
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  1. Defeating Transnational Insurgencies: The Best Offense Is a Good Fence
  2. Paul Staniland
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  1. Europe Inside Out
  2. Robin Niblett
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  1. The New German Foreign Policy Consensus
  2. Regina Cowen Karp
  3. pp. 61-82
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  1. Soviet Nostalgia: An Impediment to Russian Democratization
  2. Sarah Elizabeth Mendelson, Theodore P. Gerber
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  1. Islam Is Not the Solution (or the Problem)
  2. Daniel Brumberg
  3. pp. 97-116
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  1. The End of the Silver Lining: A Chinese View of the U.S.-Japanese Alliance
  2. Xinbo Wu
  3. pp. 119-130
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  1. China's Pragmatic Nationalism: Is It Manageable?
  2. Suisheng Zhao
  3. pp. 131-144
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  1. Strategic Hedging and the Future of Asia-Pacific Stability
  2. Evan S. Medeiros
  3. pp. 145-167
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  1. The Limits of U.S.-China Military Cooperation: Lessons from 1995-1999
  2. Kurt M. Campbell, Richard Weitz
  3. pp. 169-186
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  1. Managing China-U.S. Energy Competition in the Middle East
  2. Flynt Lawrence Leverett, Jeffrey Bader
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