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A Feminist Foreign Policy

Who run the world? Clinton with Afghan women in Bonn, Germany, December 2011
A Feminist Foreign Policy
Hillary Clinton’s Hard Choices
By Suzanne Nossel
The U.S.-China Military Scorecard: Forces, Geography, and the Evolving Balance of Power, 1996–2017
This report develops detailed, rigorously reasoned scorecards that assess how Chinese and U.S. forces would perform against each other in a confrontation over Taiwan or the Spratly Islands. The results are not surprising, but they are alarming for Washington: U.S. dominance is a “receding frontier,” although the gap between Chinese and American abilities varies.
By Andrew J. Nathan
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Made in Africa: Learning to Compete in Industry
Based on eight case studies of countries in sub-Saharan African, this book argues for a renewed emphasis on industrial development in Africa. The authors start with the premise that the industrial sector is the key to rapid and sustained economic development in the region.
By Nicolas van de Walle
Beyond Crimea: The New Russian Empire
Scarcely any aspect of Russian foreign policy has received more attention and less serious exploration than Russia’s maneuvering in former parts of the Soviet Union. Grigas takes a sizable step toward rectifying that imbalance by carefully tracing Moscow’s approach to so-called compatriots—ethnic Russians, Russian speakers, and those who simply identify with Russia—in these now independent states. 
By Robert Legvold
The Versailles Restaurant Cookbook
This light, informative text considers, among other things, the fiery debates over the true origins and proper contents of the Cuban sandwich, which typically includes some combination of roast pork, ham, Swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard.
By Richard Feinberg
My Journey at the Nuclear Brink; The Case for U.S. Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century
Our ability to survive the nuclear age for so long is an impressive achievement, but it is hard to avoid the nagging feeling that at some point humankind’s luck will run out. Perry has long been one of the more strenuous advocates for confronting the dangers of the nuclear age. Roberts, on the other hand, worries that there are also dangers in neglecting the more immediate challenges of nuclear strategy.
By Lawrence D. Freedman
What to Read on Bin Laden and Al Qaeda
An annotated Foreign Affairs syllabus on Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda.
By Daniel Byman
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