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Walter A. McDougall: The contemporary vocabulary of “American Exceptionalism” comes to us courtesy of doctrinaire Communists and Catholics, from as recently as the 1930s.
Joseph S. Nye, Jr.: If America isn’t careful, rising nationalisms in China and Japan may “pivot” it into a strategic typhoon.
Iain DeWitt: Continuing breakthroughs in neuroscience have given rise to shelves full of new books wherein interpreters and popularizers propose to tell us what it all means. Several have taken on the neurochemistry of right and wrong.
Matthew Kroenig & Robert McNally : Whatever the main dangers of Iranian acquisition of nuclear weapons, it would also wreak havoc in the international oil mar- ket. That, too, would have major strategic consequences.