Somalia: The Original Failed State
The Bad Guys
Toward an international relations theory of zombies.
BY DANIEL W. DREZNER
Foreign Policy asked several leading Iranian-American authors to revisit the hype and the hope in a year’s worth of writings about Iran’s upheaval.
The geopolitics of the world’s other biggest holiday.
By Vali Nasr
By Chrystia Freeland
By David Kenner
By Charles Homans
Harvard’s Stephen M. Walt and former Mideast negotiator Nabil Fahmy ask Aaron David Miller: If not a peace process, then what?
Author Anna Lappe and Population Action International’s Jeffrey Locke say Robert Paarlberg’s faith in industrial agriculture is misplaced.
Demographer Richard Cincotta wonders why Charles Kenny is still fighting a centuries-old battle over Thomas Malthus.
Nicholas Negroponte of the One Laptop Per Child program thinks Evgeny Morozov isn’t giving the Internet enough credit.
By ELIZABETH DICKINSON
BY ELIAS GROLL
BY HANNA KOZLOWSKA
BY KATELYN FOSSETT
BY LIZ CARTER