Articles by Anatol Lieven
The future belongs to the nation-state
The country has endured terrorism and political crises. To flourish, it may have to throw its lot in with China. But Britain can help
The Asian country is right to send its army to fight against extremists—but it is only buying time
Forget Iraq or Afghanistan. British foreign policy must fix its own backyard first
McCain's hot temper and intense patriotism are part of his Scots-Irish heritage. Where might they lead him?
If President Musharraf is ousted, it will be another example of Pakistan's underlying stability
Americans' growing unease at US foreign policy is not reflected by the two parties
As in India, the maintenance of social peace requires strict controls on free expression
Behind many of the recent books about the Bush administration, there is a surprising consensus: the cold war background of many of its key members made it uninterested in stateless terrorism. But...