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Support, Don’t Promote, Democracy Abroad

by Harry Blaney

Rethinking National Security, November 2010 | Article

The debate rages over what and how much world leaders and other senior officials should and should not say in public about the actions and policies of countries other... Read More »

These Myopic Cuts Will Only Lead to a Global Depression

by Harry Blaney

Financial Times , July 2010 | Letter

Sir, Martin Wolf’s lucid and compelling article, “Three years on, fault lines threaten the world economy” (July 14) was right on about the precarious elements in our ... Read More »

The Three E's

by Harry Blaney

The Foreign Service Journal, September 2009 | Article

This volume is likely to be among the most important books of the 21st century, both for its trenchant analysis of the impact of climate change... Read More »

Britain's Retreat Will Put the World At Greater Risk

by Harry Blaney

The Financial Times, May 2009 | Letter

Sir, James Blitz’s article (“Testing waters ahead”, May 21), which focuses on Britain’s military choices, also raises the question of rethinking of “Britain’s global role”. ... Read More »

New president to mend EU fences

by Harry Blaney

The Financial Times, May 2008 | Article

Sir, Philip Stephens is right: the time is ripe for better relations between the UK (and Europe) and... Read More »

Missed Opportunities

by Harry Blaney

Foreign Service Journal, November 2007 | Article

Zbigniew Brzezinski’s new book is a highly personal tour of the strategic political landscape of the last 15 years, covering the presidencies of George... Read More »

A Second Chance: Three Presidents and the Crisis of American Superpower by Zbigniew Brzezinski

by Harry Blaney

Foreign Service Journal, November 2007 | Article

Zbigniew Brzezinski's new book is a highly personal tour of the strategic political landscape of the last 15 years, covering the presidencies of George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. ... Read More »

Facing the Russia problem

by Harry Blaney

International Herald Tribune, September 2007 | Letter

There is no more serious problem for Western democracies than the possibility of Russian society taking a downward spiral.... Read More »

Tuning Out the Impact of Torture

by Harry Blaney

The Washington Post, April 2007 | Letter

Regarding the April 17 news story "CIA Chief Complains About Agency's Critics in Europe": I was dismayed by the talk that CIA Director Michael V. Hayden... Read More »

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