by Thomas Homer-Dixon, Anne Applebaum, Joseph S. Nye Jr., Daniel W. Drezner, Aluf Benn, Leslie H. Gelb, James K. Galbraith, Carl Pope, Immanuel Wallerstein, Nina Hachigian, Morton H. Halperin, Stephen Sestanovich
| Jan. 6, 2011
A special anniversary report challenging the world's most dangerous thinking.
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Interesting 40th Anniversary package by Foreign Policy tackling the world's most dangerous conventional wisdoms. There are 12 stories, authored by distinguished academicians and journalists. Articles must be stirring for different readers, and they may like to make opposing arguments. However, the readers can see both sides of a debate.
Great piece! Covers lots of ground but is a much needed check in to reality. It is neither over gloom and doom, nor sunshine and roses. The multiple authors is a great touch, providing many different points of view. Not sure if i agree with each mini piece but they all certainly made me think.