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Daniel W. Drezner

The costs and benefits of multilateral coercion

I think it's safe to say that the multilateral coalition implementing Operation Odyssey Dawn have had their share of public spats.  This means a lot ...

Daniel W. Drezner

If FIFA governed the world……

In light of a World Cup referee stripping the United States of a winning goal despite multiple Slovenian bear hugs of American forwards issuing a controversial ...

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So how’s the National Security Strategy going?

The Obama administration has been trying to road-test the National Security Strategy.  Last month is was NSC Advisor James Jones' address to the Washington Institute ...

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Pressuring China on the renminbi: it’s not just for developed countries anymore

Two nights ago I recorded a podcast with the American Chamber of Commerce in China, which you can listen to if you have no outside life ...

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China is signaling a change on the yuan. Why?

There's been a spate of stories over the past few days suggesting that China is about to shift its policy on the yuan, allowing the ...

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Why multilateral diplomacy can be a dead bang political loser

Over at Politico, Laura Rozen posts about the subtle efforts by the United States to moderate the United Nations Human Rights Council's behavior. These efforts have ...

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Paul Krugman, neoconservative

So I see Paul Krugman has thrown his lot in with the neoconservatives who disdain multilateral institutions and prefer bellicose unilateralism when they confront a ...

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How do you sanction a country like Iran?

Andrew Sullivan has been blogging about Iran juuuust a wee bit the past 48 hours.  Now he asks a question: The Green Movement has strongly ...

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You say multilateralism, I say minilateralism… let’s call the whole thing off

Wise and benevolent overlord of the entire foreign policy realm FP editor-in-chief Moises Naim has an essay in the latest issue of Foreign Policy about ...

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Govenance Wars II: Nina Hachigian Writes Back!!

In response to my post about her TNR article, Center for American Progress Senior Fellow Nina Hachigian has e-mailed me the following reply:  It was ...

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