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Manfred Lahnstein
U.S. - German Relations
Donald Lamm
The Changing World of Publishing
Jaron Lanier
Culture and Technology
Lewis H. Lapham
An Editor's Odyssey
Ira Lapidus
Islamic Societies
Charles R. Larson
Education and Military Leadership
James A. Leach
Congress, Globalization, and the Economic Crisis
Leon M. Lederman
A Life in Science: A Sense of Wonder
John F. Lehman
Managing National Security Policy
Mark Leonard
What Does China Think?
Hillary Mann and Flynt Leverett
Why the United States Must Come to Terms with the Islamic Republic of Iran
Michael A. Levi
Nuclear Terrorism
Samuel Lewis
Reflections on the Work of Diplomacy and the Peace Process
Flora Lewis
U.S. Foreign Policy and the Western Alliance
Richard C. Lewontin
Science and Politics
Anatol Lieven
Ethical Realism and U.S. Foreign Policy
Anatol Lieven
Anatol Lieven
American Nationalism
Robert Jay Lifton
Evil, the Self, and Survival
Lars-Erik Liljelund
Climate Change and Public Policy
Amory Lovins
Natural Capitalism
Tanya Luhrmann
Witches, Psychiatrists, and Evangelicals
Geir Lundestad
The Nobel Peace Prize and International Relations
Ian Lustick
Trapped in the War on Terror
Ian Lustick
Coming to Terms with Israel
Edward N. Luttwak
The Grand Strategy of the Byzantine Empire
Edward N. Luttwak
The Rise of China Versus the Logic of Strategy
Edward Luttwak
Edward N. Luttwak
The Logic of Strategy and U.S. Foreign Policy
Princeton Lyman
A Strategic U.S. Approach to Africa
Princeton Lyman
U.S. Foreign Policy and Globalization