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Who’s Afraid of a Balance of Power?
The United States is ignoring the most basic principle of international relations, to its own detriment.

BY STEPHEN M. WALT | DECEMBER 8, 2017

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Who’s Afraid of a Balance of Power?
The United States is ignoring the most basic principle of international relations, to its own detriment.

BY STEPHEN M. WALT | DECEMBER 8, 2017

AT A TIME OF WIDESPREAD FLUX AND UNCERTAINTY, the need to understand global developments is greater than ever. Graduate programs in international affairs are preparing tomorrow’s global professionals and policy leaders. In this FP Guide, you will meet:

• The leader of a 99-year-old international affairs school who sees growing opportunities for its graduates.

• A former U.S. ambassador to Russia who is leading a new MA program that is poised to become a top U.S. training ground for future global leaders.

• A global human rights leader who teaches at Europe’s largest international affairs school.

• A retired NATO supreme allied commander now heading the graduate school he attended, who has become a leading voice of our times.

• The dean of a major Midwest university’s new school of international affairs.

• Inspiring faculty, program leaders, directors, and deans at 17 leading international affairs schools.

The leaders from these 17 schools have a diverse range of backgrounds: global security, humanitarian aid, political science, human rights, economics, climate science, diplomacy, development, and more. But they are all working to prepare students for careers in which they can help to make the world a better place.

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