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The United States of Tacos

If you want to know how misguided Tyler Cowen's arguments are in explaining the popularity of Mexican cuisine in the United States, consider a word ...

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It Takes a Village

As the leaders of the Millennium Villages Project (MVP) in Africa, we were both amused and frustrated to read Paul Starobin's critical portrait of Jeffrey ...

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Ottawa Is No Caracas

I wish I could turn a phrase like Andrew Nikiforuk, who makes the case for Canada as a "rogue petrostate" ("Oh, Canada," July/August 2013). No, ...

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Congo Is Too Big to Fail

For the past four years, political scientists Jeffrey Herbst and Greg Mills have been pushing the idea that breaking up the Democratic Republic of the ...

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Getting to Equal

An overarching goal of Norway's gender policies is to allow everyone to participate in society on the same footing. That means creating a society absent ...

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Russia’s Rottweiler or Putin’s Poodle?

Encounters with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov can be fiery, and Susan Glasser's profile of the diplomat highlights Russia's obstreperous posture on the stage of ...

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Ditherer-in-Chief

Leslie Gelb is certainly right that the Obama administration's strategy of "leading from behind" was "ill-named and ill-explained" ("The Right Play," May/June 2013). But it ...

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Hold That Prize!

Charles Kenny is entirely right that over the last few years the technological and organizational innovations pioneered by Walmart have lowered the cost of groceries ...

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Springtime in Kabul

After a decade of international engagement, the progress made in Afghanistan stands as a testament to the power of partnership between the Afghan people and ...

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Minority Report

Presidents must do more than decide foreign-policy issues, Elliott Abrams contends ("The Prince of the White House," March/April 2013). They must also "manage, demand, cajole, ...

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