Daniel W. Drezner

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Bringing the Pain

On Wednesday, the United States announced an initial round of sanctions in response to the situation in Ukraine, imposing a visa ban on individuals who ...

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Not Your Dad’s Academy

The out-of-touch professor is a shopworn cliché that recurs in fiction and, unfortunately, in real life as well. Eighteen months ago, the head of the ...

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There’s Something Rotten in Hogsmeade

Editor's Note: After this weekend's shocking news that J.K. Rowling thought it was a mistake to have Hermione end up with Ron in the Harry ...

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Altitude Sickness

The World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting -- aka Davos -- is upon us again. I, like all foreign policy fashion mavens, am looking forward to ...

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Bob Gates Doesn’t Know Much About History

Readers of Foreign Policy might be dimly aware that former U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates published a memoir this week. Duty: Memoirs of a ...

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Presenting the Albies of 2013

As 2013 draws to a close, I am pleased to announce the 5th annual winners of the Albies, awarded for the best writing in global ...

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The Year of Living Hegemonically

As 2013 draws to a close, it is not hard to find epitaphs for American hegemony. Perhaps the most recent and most articulate was Walter ...

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Closing Time

This will be my last blog post for Foreign Policy -- indeed, in all likelihood, my last blog post, period.  Let me explain.  Astute observers ...

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The Biggest Foreign Policy Screw-Up of 2013

At the end of last week, The New Yorker's John Lee Anderson compiled a list of the top twelve "Geostrategic Gestures of 2013."  Now, to ...

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Two-Headed Serpent Robinson Cano Flees 3,000 Miles to Cowardly Underwater Baseball Team

Give the North Korean government credit -- in this media-saturated age, they still have the capacity to capture the attention of observers from the rest ...

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