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Table of Contents
- pp. vii-ix
NSC-68 and U.S. Foreign Policy Today
- NSC-68 Redux?
- pp. 41-54
Turkey's Role in the Twenty-First Century
- The New Activism in Turkish Foreign Policy
- pp. 92-113
- The Worsening EU-Turkey Relations
- pp. 144-161
Independence and Dependence: Energy, the NIS, and Russia
- A Letter From Pretoria
- pp. 209-222
- The dean of American diplomacy
- pp. 238-246
- The new Russian foreign policy: East or West?
- pp. 243-246
- The curse of insight
- pp. 247-251
- Why take risks?
- pp. 252-255
- The strange death of Turkish liberalism
- pp. 262-266
- Conspiracy mania
- pp. 267-271
- A peculiar Islam
- pp. 282-286
- Reassessing the Fortunes of Wealth
- pp. 287-291
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