The National Interest (January/February 2013)

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  • Title: The National Interest (January/February 2013)
  • Author: Robert W. Merry Paul J. Saunders Dimitri K. Simes Bruce Hoffman Bakshian Jr., Aram Robert Service Parag Khanna Marc Goodman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The National Interest is the premier venue for debate on international affairs Covering topics as varied as terrorism, nuclear proliferation, energy security and international trade, TNI is regularly read by government officials and members of Congress, key members of the foreign policy establishment, and prominent academics A sophisticated foreign policy starts herThe National Interest is the premier venue for debate on international affairs Covering topics as varied as terrorism, nuclear proliferation, energy security and international trade, TNI is regularly read by government officials and members of Congress, key members of the foreign policy establishment, and prominent academics A sophisticated foreign policy starts here.Culling the right minds on the right topics, The National Interest delivers in depth and cutting edge analysis of politics, matters of national security and economics More than just news, TNI is the source for what readers truly need to know to master the issues of the day.Since 1985 the thinker s guide to foreign policy.The Kindle Edition of The National Interest includes all essays and book reviews found in the print edition For your convenience, issues are auto delivered wirelessly to your Kindle at the same time the print edition hits the newsstand every two months.

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