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Walter Russell Mead and Arthur Herman Featured in Foreign Affairs’ Best of 2014 Compilation

Hudson experts Walter Russell Mead and Arthur Herman are featured in Foreign Affairs’ Best of 2014 Compilation. The feature includes the top ten articles published in the Foreign Affairs journal and website.

Walter Russell Mead’s article, “The Return of Geopolitics: The Revenge of the Revisionist Powers” was selected as one of the “Best in Print” features. Mead recently joined Hudson Institute as a distinguished scholar of American strategy and statesmanship. In his selected piece, Mead examines the shifting geopolitical world order that has seen aggressive power plays by Russia, China, and Iran in 2014.

Arthur Herman’s article, “Notes from the Underground: The Long History of Tunnel Warfare” was selected as one of the “Best of Web” features. In this article, Herman chronicles the long history and strategic advantages of tunnel warfare, in addition to the recent discovery of a sophisticated tunnel network created by Hamas that runs under Israel and Gaza. Herman is a Senior Fellow and bestselling author. His book Gandhi and Churchill was a 2009 Pulitzer Prize Finalist in the General Non-Fiction category.

“The Best of 2014” collection is available for purchase as a PDF on the Foreign Affairs website.

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