Stress Testing Engagement as Foreign Policy

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Can Doing Business With Former Enemies Lead to Peace?

In the fall of 1989 a graduate student from Germany was living briefly with me as she completed an internship at a local University. She was at school working at her lab when the first reports that the Wall, the most visible symbol of the Cold War, was coming down. I called her to pass on the news and…

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Master carpenter, watercolor artist and beat up old jock…owned by Black Lab Bo who considers two tennis balls a minimum mouthful

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