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A regular column by Michael Kelly chronicling "developments, encouraging and otherwise":
The Taste Business (July/August 2002)
What foreigners love to hate about America is also what they love to buy.
The American Way of War (June 2002)
The third of three essays on the revolution in air power.
Slow Squeeze ( May 2002)
One legacy of Vietnam that we continue to live with is the idea that air power cannot win a war.
The Air-Power Revolution (April 2002)
Historians and military analysts have long stressed the limitations of air power. Their arguments are no longer tenable.
Poking the Walrus (March 2002)
A dubious political sport that neither party can resist.
Getting Hip to Squareness (February 2002)
We want our virginity back.
A Renaissance of Liberalism (January 2002)
"September 11 was epochal, and a disaster. But the response to this disaster has been anything but disastrous, and this has greatly spurred the process of rebutting declinism which was already in train."
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