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The Washington Quarterly is an essential source of incisive, independent thinking about our changing world. Each quarterly issue addresses topics such as: the future of international security; trade, finance, and economics; political-military problems; arms control; foreign policy challenges and processes; regional issues and flashpoints. Contributors are drawn from around the globe and reflect diverse political and professional perspectives. Essays are authoritative yet written for the nonspecialist.
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Table of Contents
- China: Economic Power, Political Enigma
- pp. 59-67
- The New Nature of Nation-State Failure
- pp. 85-96
- Do Terrorist Networks Need a Home?
- pp. 97-108
- The Nation and the State of Pakistan
- pp. 109-122
- Colombia: Failed, Failing, or Just Weak?
- pp. 123-134
- Indonesia: A Failed State?
- pp. 135-146
- Missile Defense after the ABM Treaty
- pp. 163-176
- Would Space-Based Defenses Improve Security?
- pp. 177-191
- Toward Missile Defenses from the Sea
- pp. 193-206
- Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Engines
- pp. 209-215
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