World Policy Journal Summer 05 – World Policy Institute

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Volume XXII, No 2, Summer 2005

A publication of the World Policy Institute
at The New School

     
World Policy Journal

The Curious Case of American Hegemony: Imperial Aspirations and National Decline

  David C. Hendrickson
       
  The Dragon and the Tigers: China and Asian Regionalism
  Hugh De Santis
       
  India and the United States: Forging a Security Partnership?
  Sumit Ganguly and Andrew Scobell
     
  Capital Comes Calling on India
  L. Brooks Entwistle
     
  Free Markets and Their Umpires: The Appeal of the U.S. Regulatory Model
  Isabel M. Bjork and Catherine R. Connors
     
  Chinese Students and Anti-Japanese Protests, Past and Present
  Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom
     
     
    REPORTAGE
  April in Paris
  Mira Kamdar
     
  RECONSIDERATIONS
  The Hidden Roots of Wahhabism in British India
 
Charles Allen
     
  REFLECTIONS
  “Rehabilitating” Stalin
 
Nina Khrushcheva
   
    BOOKS
  Paradoxical Pakistan
 
Jitendra Nath Misra
   
    CORRESPONDENCE
  Reform in China
 
       
    CODA  
  There is No Closure
  Karl E. Meyer  
       

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