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  1. Cover Story
    After the Bush Doctrine
    In the four years after September 11, Republicans followed the president with unquestio...
    The New Republic, February 13, 2006, pp. 19-23
  2. Agent of Influence
    The Washington Monthly, January 2010, pp. 3-7
  3. Asia Minor
    For years, Americans have argued over how to respond to China's economic miracle. But w...
    The New Republic, December 16, 2002, pp. 20-25
  4. Features
    Avoiding the Laos Trap
    In a seedy Bangkok hotel, I found pimps, prostitutes, and the guy who makes America's f...
    The Washington Monthly, September 2001, pp. 36-37
  5. Axis of Good
    The case for remilitarizing Japan.
    The Washington Monthly, July 2002, pp. 37-41
  6. Bad Dream
    Why Wahid isn't who America thinks he is
    The New Republic, March 5, 2001, pp. 14-15
  7. Bangkok Diarist: Monk Funk
    The New Republic, August 27, 2001, pp. 62-64
  8. Bangkok Dispatch: After
    The Thai people responded well to the tsunami. Their government did not
    The New Republic, January 17, 2005, p. 12
  9. Bangkok Dispatch: On Faith
    The New Republic, June 12, 2000, pp. 16-19
  10. Bangkok Dispatch: Royal Flush
    Why Asians love kings
    The New Republic, July 30, 2001, p. 17
  11. Bangkok Dispatch: Wrong Man
    Thailand's prime minister is the new darling of Southeast Asia. Too bad he wants to lea...
    The New Republic, February 23, 2004, pp. 15-17
  12. Biantyre Dispatch: State Farm
    African "land reform" isn't just bad for wealthy whites; it's devastating for poor blac...
    The New Republic, December 19, 2005, pp. 10-11
  13. The Big Mango Bounces Back
    Economic Recovery in Thailand and Southeast Asia
    World Policy Journal, Spring 2000, pp. 79-86
  14. Briefings: At Issue in the 2004 Election
    The Harpers Monthly, September 2004, pp. 79-84
  15. Briefings: Condemnation Nation
    The big business of eminent domain
    The Harpers Monthly, October 2005, pp. 72-74
  16. Brunei Dispatch: Paradise Spent
    Shangri-la goes bust
    The New Republic, May 21, 2001, p. 17
  17. Buenos Aires Diarist: Tale of Two Cities
    The New Republic, January 14, 2002, pp. 42-44
  18. Castr-ated
    The Bush administration's aversion to dealing with Cuba is reducing our influence on th...
    The Washington Monthly, April 2007, pp. 20-25
  19. Charging Ahead
    America's biggest new export--credit cards--could bring down the world economy.
    The Washington Monthly, May 2003, pp. 27-31
  20. Charm Offensive (2007)
    How China's Soft Power Is Transforming the World
    4 Reviews, 2 Readable
  21. Reportage
    China's Drug Problem and Looming HIV Epidemic
    World Policy Journal, Summer 2002, pp. 70-75
  22. China's Latin Leap Forward
    World Policy Journal, Fall 2006, pp. 33-41
  23. Coffee Snobs Unite!
    How Americans' bad taste in coffee is putting Juan Valdez out of business.
    The Washington Monthly, July 2003, pp. 21-25
  24. Crude Awakening
    While Bush has focused on the war on terrorism, a scary new strategic threat has emerge...
    The New Republic, October 2, 2006, pp. 19-27
  25. Cover Story
    Cultural Revolution
    China is a rising world power, with an army to match. But Beijing's growing military mi...
    The New Republic, June 27, 2005, pp. 16-21
  26. Dhaka Dispatch: Civil Society
    Bangladesh stays secular
    The New Republic, November 12, 2001, pp. 20-21
  27. Dictatorship.com
    The myth that the Internet will utterly transform capitalism has died. The myth that th...
    The New Republic, April 5, 2004, pp. 21-25
  28. Reportage
    The Dragon Still Has Teeth
    How the West Winks at Chinese Repression
    World Policy Journal, Spring 2003, pp. 49-58
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    Failing State (Review)
    Everything Is Broken, by Emma Larkin
    1. Everything Is Broken by Emma Larkin
    The Washington Monthly, May 1, 2010, pp. 36-40
  30. Fatal Inaction
    There is a silver bullet for Africa's malaria epidemic. Why the Bush administration won...
    The Washington Monthly, July 2006, pp. 21-25
  31. Fear of Flying
    The American Prospect, February 2006, pp. 18-19
  32. Hmong Friends
    The warlord of St. Paul, Minnesota
    The New Republic, February 5, 2007, pp. 11-14
  33. At Issue in the 2004 Election
    Economy of Scale
    The Harpers Monthly, July 2004, pp. 79-80
  34. Jihad in Jakarta
    Commentary, May 2004, pp. 49-52
  35. The Left and the Islamists
    Commentary, December 2004, pp. 34-37
  36. Look Away
    The Bush administration is finally in agreement about its North Korea policy. The conse...
    The New Republic, December 15, 2003, pp. 14-16
  37. Reportage
    Love My Nanny
    Singapore's Tongue-tied Populace
    World Policy Journal, Winter 2000, pp. 69-74
  38. The Mall
    Burma's wicked apologists
    The New Republic, October 22, 2007, p. 12
  39. The Mall
    How Burma's junta hangs on
    The New Republic, June 11, 2008, pp. 7-8
  40. The Mall
    Are we reliving Tokyo's economic nightmare?
    The New Republic, October 22, 2008, p. 7
  41. The Mall
    Burma's junta plays us again
    The New Republic, December 2, 2009, pp. 16-18
  42. The Mall
    Is Kim Jong Il's son any less insane?
    The New Republic, July 1, 2009, p. 5
  43. Man-Made Disasters
    The American Prospect, February 2005, pp. 15-16
  44. Manila Dispatch: Bad Erap
    The New Republic, September 25, 2000, pp. 16-17
  45. Manila Dispatch: Split Decision
    Who toppled Estrada?
    The New Republic, February 5, 2001, p. 13
  46. Monsters' Ball
    Global authoritarianism on the march
    The New Republic, October 8, 2008, pp. 27-32
  47. Montreal Diarist
    Moose That Roared
    The New Republic, August 4, 2003, pp. 38-40
  48. [+]
    Move Over, Confucious (Review)
    Jesus in Beijing, by David Aikman
    1. Jesus in Beijing by David Aikman
    The New Republic, September 6, 2004, pp. 37-39
  49. Notes & Dispatches
    Love, Singaporean Style
    The Atlantic Monthly, July 2001, pp. 42-45
  50. Off Guard
    Why Southeast Asia's armies can't stop terrorism
    The New Republic, January 20, 2003, pp. 16-17
  51. Features
    Oh. Canada.
    Like the rest of us, Bush doesn't care about Canada. Big mistake.
    The Washington Monthly, June 2001, pp. 21-23
  52. Paradise Lost
    How one of the more peaceful, successful democracies in Asia disintegrated
    The New Republic, February 21, 2005, pp. 11-13
  53. Phuket Diarist
    Return to Paradise
    The New Republic, September 19, 2005, pp. 42-44
  54. [+]
    Planners & Seekers (Review)
    The White Man's Burden, by William Easterly
    1. The White Man's Burden by William Easterly
    Commentary, June 2006, pp. 74-77
  55. Power Outage
    The American Prospect, May 2006, pp. 13-14
  56. Quebec City Dispatch: Trade Off
    Quebec separatism dies
    The New Republic, May 7, 2001, pp. 14-15
  57. Ran-goons
    Why isn't Burma on Bush's "Axis of Evil" list?
    The Washington Monthly, April 2002, pp. 38-41
  58. Red Herring
    The Bush administration's North Korea strategy hinges on China. That's great for China ...
    The New Republic, June 6, 2005, pp. 12-13
  59. [+]
    Regime Unchanged (Review)
    Finding George Orwell in Burma, by Emma Larkin
    1. Finding George Orwell in Burma by Emma Larkin
    The Washington Monthly, December 2006, pp. 50-54
  60. Features
    The Rice Capades
    Condi was built to be an expert. Maybe that's the problem
    The American Prospect, May 2004, pp. 17-21
  61. The Rise and Fall of Imperial Democracies
    From the Beltway to Bangkok, Moscow to Manila, elected leaders have used the threat of ...
    The Washington Monthly, February 2006, pp. 33-37
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    Sand Trap (Review)
    Inside the Mirage, by Thomas W. Lippman
    1. Inside the Mirage by Thomas W. Lippman
    Commentary, June 2004, pp. 57-58
  63. Seoul Diarist
    Southern Democrats
    The New Republic, October 3, 2005, pp. 38-40
  64. Shanghai Dispatch: No-Look Pass
    Why the turmoil in Hong Kong isn't rattling China
    The New Republic, September 8, 2003, pp. 16-18
  65. Shots in the Dark
    The American Prospect, December 2005, pp. 42-45
  66. Singapore Dispatch: Hanoi Hilton
    Why tourists like dictatorships
    The New Republic, June 2, 2003, pp. 12-13
  67. South Pacific Dispatch: Isle of Blight
    The New Republic, August 28, 2000, p. 14
  68. Taipei Diarist
    Fear Itself
    The New Republic, May 19, 2003, pp. 38-40
  69. Taking Multinationals to Court
    How the Alien Tort Act Promotes Human Rights
    World Policy Journal, Spring 2004, pp. 60-67
  70. [+]
    Timorous Invasion (Review)
    "If You Leave Us Here, We Will Die", by Geoffrey Robinson
    1. "If You Leave Us Here, We Will Die" by Geoffrey Robinson
    The Washington Monthly, July 1, 2010, pp. 55-59
  71. Tomorrow, the World
    The American Prospect, November 2007, pp. 38-42
  72. Traffic Pattern
    North Korea's overseas diplomats don't practice diplomacy: they practice organized crim...
    The New Republic, March 24, 2003, p. 12
  73. Travels
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 2008, pp. 117-121
  74. Features
    Unnecessary Evil
    China's Muslims aren't terrorists. So why did the Bush administration give Beijing the ...
    The Washington Monthly, December 2002, pp. 26-29
  75. Urumqi Dispatch: Purple Haze
    Could China be headed for the world's worst environmental disaster?
    The New Republic, August 30, 2004, p. 10
  76. Features
    What Lies Beneath
    The American Prospect, November 2006, pp. 26-31
  77. Features
    The World Is Bumpy
    Deglobalization and its dangers
    The New Republic, July 15, 2009, pp. 19-21
  78. 2000, The Sequel
    How Congress ensured that this election will be even worse
    The American Prospect, October 2004, pp. 22-25
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