The age of nations is over. The new urban era has begun.
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Why suburbs, not cities, are the answer.
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You can't build a new Silicon Valley just anywhere.
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Eric Schmidt tells FP what makes a city smart, how not to lose $1 trillion -- and the one place he's never been.
Bob Gates never thought he'd be Barack Obama's defense secretary. Now, in an exclusive interview, the most revolutionary Pentagon leader since Robert McNamara tells FP why he said yes, when he'll get out of Washington, and what legacy he hopes to leave behind.
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How India's economic rise turned an obscure communist revolt into a raging resource war.
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Everyone wants a piece of the thawing far north. But that doesn't mean anarchy will reign at the top of the world.
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Foreign Policy asked three authors to dig into the stories -- some unexpected -- of booming business across the globe.
The world has virtually wiped out polio, eradicated smallpox,and slowed the spread of HIV/AIDS. But when it comes to the deadly influenza virus, all governments seem to do is panic.
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Richard Perle challenges Peter Beinart's representation of Reagan's foreign policy.
Flynt and Hillary Mann Leverett take issue with FP's "Misreading Tehran" package.
Yves Gounin defends France's Africa policy.
Daniel Nixon claims the zombie wars will make the U.S. stronger than ever.
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