China's Anger Rises on U.S. Aid for Taiwan Selig S. Harrison, Selig S. Harrison, a senior associate of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, recently spent a month in China and Taiwan as part of a study of the Taiwan issue.
Great Powers Argue Their Own Insecurities Nathaniel Davis, Nathaniel Davis, a former U.S. Foreign Service officer, is a professor of humanities at Harvey Mudd College. This article is adapted from "Essays on Strategy and Diplomacy," published by the Keck Center for International Strategic Studies.
The Deal Passes to West Bank Arabs WALTER REICH, Walter Reich, a psychiatrist and senior research associate at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, is the author of "A Stranger in My House: Jews and Arabs in the West Bank" (Holt).
The Southern Californizing of Our Politics Kevin Starr, Kevin Starr, author of "Americans and the California Dream" and "Inventing the Dream: California Through the Progressive Era," is currently finishing a study of California during the Depression for Oxford University Press.