1. Foreword
  2. Lauren W. Rossman
  3. pp. vii-ix
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NSC-68 and U.S. Foreign Policy Today

  1. Perspective on U.S. Foreign Policy Today
  2. Paul H. Nitze
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  1. Comments on Footnotes to Near History
  2. James H. McCall
  3. pp. 9-12
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  1. NSC-68 Redux?
  2. Adam M. Garfinkle
  3. pp. 41-54
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  1. Back to the Future: NSC-68 and the Right Course for America Today
  2. Frederick W. Kagan
  3. pp. 55-71
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  1. That Was Then, This Is Now: Toward a New NSC-68
  2. Ted Galen Carpenter
  3. pp. 72-84
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  1. Containing China? NSC-68 as Myth and Dogma
  2. Odd Arne Westad
  3. pp. 85-91
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Turkey's Role in the Twenty-First Century

  1. The New Activism in Turkish Foreign Policy
  2. Alan Makovsky
  3. pp. 92-113
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  1. Search for a New Social Contract in Turkey: Fethullah Gulen, the Virtue Party and the Kurds
  2. M. Hakan Yavuz
  3. pp. 114-143
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  1. The Worsening EU-Turkey Relations
  2. Birol A. Yesilada
  3. pp. 144-161
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Independence and Dependence: Energy, the NIS, and Russia

  1. Independence and Integration in the Caspian Basin
  2. Henry E. Hale
  3. pp. 163-189
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  1. The Baltic Republics, Russia, and Energy: From Dependency to Interdependence?
  2. Walter C. Clemens
  3. pp. 190-208
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  1. A Letter From Pretoria
  2. James A. Joseph
  3. pp. 209-222
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  1. The End of Civil Conflict in Colombia: The Military, Paramilitaries, and a New Role for the United States
  2. Russell Crandall
  3. pp. 223-237
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Book Reviews

  1. The dean of American diplomacy
  2. Robert Jervis
  3. pp. 238-246
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  1. The new Russian foreign policy: East or West?
  2. Melvin A. Goodman
  3. pp. 243-246
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  1. The curse of insight
  2. Henning Vaglum
  3. pp. 247-251
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  1. Why take risks?
  2. David J. Pervin
  3. pp. 252-255
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  1. Exorcizing the ghosts of Vietnam: why the United States was in Central America
  2. Rachel M. McCleary
  3. pp. 256-261
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  1. The strange death of Turkish liberalism
  2. Yahya M. Sadowski
  3. pp. 262-266
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  1. Conspiracy mania
  2. Dov Waxman
  3. pp. 267-271
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  1. Whither the oil industry? The fate of the Caspian hangs in the balance (the dilemma of transport routes)
  2. Julia Nanay
  3. pp. 272-281
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  1. A peculiar Islam
  2. Russell Dyk
  3. pp. 282-286
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  1. Reassessing the Fortunes of Wealth
  2. Stian Christensen
  3. pp. 287-291
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  1. Making Grand Strategy: The Early Cold War Experience in Retrospect
  2. Marc Trachtenberg
  3. pp. 33-40
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