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    What will be the most interesting development in international politics over the next decade? All undergraduates are invited to respond in the inaugural Foreign Affairs essay contest.

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    More Money Than God

    More Money Than God cover Sebastian Mallaby has written the first authoritative history of hedge funds—from their rebel beginnings to their role in defining the future of finance.

    Paradise Beneath Her Feet

    Paradise Beneath Her Feet cover Isobel Coleman shows how Muslim women and men are fighting back with progressive interpretations of Islam to support women's rights in a growing movement of Islamic feminism.

    How Enemies Become Friends

    How Enemies Become Friends cover Charles A. Kupchan explores how adversaries can transform enmity into amity, and exposes prevalent myths about the causes of peace.


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    New Council Special Reports

    From Rome to Kampala

    From Rome to Kampala cover imageThe controversial relationship between the United States and the International Criminal Court (ICC) is at a crossroads. This report offers a backdrop of the U.S.-ICC relationship and policy recommendations for the U.S. delegation attending the Seven-Year Review Conference in May/June 2010.

    Strengthening the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime

    Nuclear Nonproliferation CSR cover imagePaul Lettow proposes a comprehensive agenda for improvements to the nonproliferation regime, including tougher sanctions against transgressors, a criteria-based system to limit the spread of enrichment and processing technologies, and expansion of International Atomic Energy Agency authority.

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    Independent Task Force Reports

    U.S. Immigration Policy

    U.S. Immigration Policy coverThe report of this bipartisan Task Force makes the case that maintaining America's political and economic leadership depends on attracting talented and hard-working immigrants, and on securing the country's borders in a smart, effective, and humane way.

    U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy

    U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy coverThis report makes recommendations on how to ensure the safety, security, and reliability of the U.S. deterrent nuclear force, prevent nuclear terrorism, and strengthen the nuclear nonproliferation regime.

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