Volume 128 - Number 3 - Fall 2013
The Islamist Moment: From Islamic State to Civil Islam?
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The Role of Villain: Iran and U.S. Foreign Policy
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How the Economy and Partisanship Shaped the 2012 Presidential and Congressional Elections
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The Paradox of Islam’s Future
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From Cold War to Hot Peace: The Habit of American Force
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The Role of Villain: Iran and U.S. Foreign Policy Paul R. Pillar examines why Iran has become a major focus of attention of U.S. foreign policy and ﬁnds that even a nuclear-armed Iran would not pose the major threat that is commonly assumed.MORE ABOUT THIS TOPIC
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