December 26, 2013

The 2013 Stories that Never Were

Stephen Walt, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

The year 2013 is coming to an end, so newspapers, magazines, and websites are filled with Top Ten lists. You know the drill: "The Ten Best Movies," "Ten Most Interesting Celebrities," or the "Top Ten Books/CDs/Box Sets, etc." of the past year. For foreign policy mavens, this ritual takes the form of the Top Ten Most Important/Surprising/Dramatic Foreign Policy Events of 2013.

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