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West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl with East German President Hans Modrow and the mayors of East and West Berlin at the opening of the Brandenburg Gate in December 1989.
11(3) Tenth Anniversary 1989, Analysis, Eastern Europe, Europe, Perspectives, Politics, Security, Western Europe

A Challenge for the Future: East-West Relations and Arms Control

This article was originally published in the May 1989 issue of the Harvard International Review. At the end of the 1980s, East-West relations are characterized...
Middle East peace dialogues in 1989. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 4.0
02(4) Dec 1979/Jan 1980, Interviews, Middle East, Politics, Security

The Terms of Consensus for Palestine: An Interview with Labib Terzi

This article was originally published in a 1979 issue of the Harvard International Review. After repeated efforts, the Harvard International Review was able to...
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19(1) Winter 1997, East Asia, Eastern Europe, Economics, North America, Perspectives, Politics, Western Europe

A Capital Century: Thoughts on the Triumphant Model

This article first appeared in the Winter 1997 issue of the Harvard International Review. Adam Smith has won his protracted boxing match with Karl...
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14(4) Summer 1992, Economics, North America, Perspectives

Voodoo Curse: Exorcising the Legacy of Reaganomics

This article first appeared in the Summer 1992 issue of the Harvard International Review. The election of the Reagan-Bush ticket in 1980 brought drastic...
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16(3) Summer 1994, Economics, Perspectives, Politics, Western Europe

The New Italian Miracle: Disaffection and Political Upheaval in Italy

This article first appeared in the Summer 1994 issue of the Harvard International Review. For decades, Italy was one of the most stable democracies...
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19(1) Winter 1997, Analysis, Europe, North America, Perspectives, Politics, Security, Western Europe

Arsenal of Discretion: Responsible Arms Transfer Policy

This article was originally published in the Winter 1997 issue of the Harvard International Review. As the United States adjusts to the post-Cold War...
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05(7) May/Jun 1983, Americas, Analysis, Europe, Interviews, Politics, Science & Technology

My Planet, ‘Tis of Thee

Isaac Asimov gave his views on what he envisions of the world at the end of the millennium in the June 1983 issue of the...
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Americas, Caribbean, Central America, Human Rights, Interviews, North America, Politics, Security, South America

A Lifetime of Service: An Interview with General James T. Hill

What was your path within the US military? I spent 36 years in uniform in the US Army. When I retired, I was the...
George P. Shultz
11(2) Spring 1989, Features, North America, Politics, Tenth Anniversary Special Edition 1990

The Ecology of International Change

This article was originally published in the Spring 1989 issue of the Harvard International Review. Americans have, once again, just carried out one of...
In this photo taken Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011, armed Kazakh soldiers stand on a top of a building in center of Zhanaozen, Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev on Saturday imposed a three-week state of emergency in an oil town where 10 people were killed in a clash between police and demonstrators. Authorities said that order had been restored in Zhanaozen, a city of 90,000 in Kazakhstan's far southwest. (AP Photo/Lada.kz, OlgaYaroslavskaya)
37(4) Fall 2016, Central Asia, Features, Politics

The Loosening of a Stronghold: Economic Pressure On Kazakhstan’s Dictatorship

  Nursultan Nazarbayev is one of the world’s longest-tenured dictators. He was recently reelected for his fifth term as the president of Kazakhstan, extending...