SEPTEMBER 2011

VOLUME 3 | ISSUE 9





FEATURES



ESSAY| Hannah Armstrong


PEACEKEEPING AND IMPUNITY IN HAITI

Is there a culture of impunity in Haiti's long-running MINUSTAH operation? Hannah Armstrong explores the vulnerability of populations under peacekeeping mandate.









COLUMNS



DISCONTINUITIES | Scott Smith


MIRROR WORLD: CHINA'S EVOLVING TECHNOLOGY SECTOR

China’s move from market to maker will shake up the global technology balance.





OXFORD DIARY | Faisal Devji


CATEGORIES OF AN IMAGINED PAST

Anders Breivik in Norway: the emergence of a global arena and the paradoxical internalization of new conflicts within old political structures.





XENOPHILE | Stephen Saideman


TRANSITION IN AFGHANISTAN

Understanding the logic of transition in Afghanistan: how ready are Afghan forces to take control? Does it matter?







THE AGENDA



ADVANCE COPY | John Matthew Barlow


Némirovsky, Sartre, and the Fall of France




EMISSIONS | Mari Luomi


Becoming An Ant In A Wasteland






REVIEWS



BOOKS | H-Net


Fixing the Sky: The Checkered History of Weather and Climate Control




BOOKS | H-Net


The Shock of the Global: The 1970s In Perspective




BOOKS | H-Net


China in the 21st Century: What Everyone Needs to Know




BOOKS | H-Net


The Great American University




BOOKS | H-Net


Katyn: Stalin's Massacre and the Triumph of Truth