1. Managing Foreign Policy and National Security Challenges in Presidential Transitions
  2. Kurt M. Campbell, James B. Steinberg
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  1. The Merits of Dehyphenation: Explaining U.S. Success in Engaging India and Pakistan
  2. Ashley J. Tellis
  3. pp. 21-42
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  1. Strategic Collaboration: How the United States Can Thrive as Other Powers Rise
  2. Nina Hachigian, Mona Sutphen
  3. pp. 43-57
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  1. The Defense Inheritance: Challenges and Choices for the Next Pentagon Team
  2. Michèle A. Flournoy, Shawn Brimley
  3. pp. 59-76
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  1. Conservatives and Progressives in South Korea
  2. Haesook Chae, Steven Kim
  3. pp. 77-95
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  1. The EU's Test in Kosovo
  2. Elizabeth Pond
  3. pp. 97-112
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  1. Picture the Problem: What Does the World Want from America?
  2. p. 115
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  1. A Less Ideological America
  2. Dmitri Trenin
  3. pp. 117-123
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  1. Europe's Call for a Leader by Example
  2. Robin Niblett
  3. pp. 125-133
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  1. Fix This Middle Eastern Mess
  2. Glenn Kessler
  3. pp. 135-142
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  1. India's Quest for Continuity in the Face of Change
  2. C. Raja Mohan
  3. pp. 143-153
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  1. A Forward-Looking Partner in a Changing East Asia
  2. Wu Xinbo
  3. pp. 155-163
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  1. Return from 9/11 PTSD to Global Leader
  2. Yoichi Kato
  3. pp. 165-173
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