Thursday, August 07, 2008
Replacing Managed Pluralism
It is a useful analogy--and why the easy division of the world into "free" and "not free" can miss the point.
It's also a more catchy turn of phrase than the one I use: managed pluralism.
The blog of Nikolas Gvosdev--thoughts on U.S. foreign policy and world affairs--as observed from Newport, RI
I am a professor in the National Security Decision Making faculty of the Naval War College. I am a columnist at World Politics Review, a senior editor at The National Interest, and a contributing editor for the Atlantic Council's New Atlanticist policy blog. DISCLAIMER: All posts reflect my own personal opinions and do not reflect the opinions or positions of the Naval War College, the U.S Navy, the U.S. government, or any other institution with which I am affiliated.