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About Stefan Halper

Stefan Halper directs the Atlantic Studies Programme at the Centre of International Studies at Cambridge University; he is a former senior official in the Nixon, Ford and Reagan administrations.

Articles by Stefan Halper

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Google vs China: capitalist model, virtual wall

The breach between a corporate behemoth of the new-media age and an emerging state superpower defines the struggle for the world’s information future, say Johnny Ryan & Stefan Halper.

Neo-conservatism and the American future

Neo-conservatism has created an “axis of disorder” within American governance. But it will not disappear even if its current champions fade from view. A former official in the Nixon, Ford and Reagan administrations and a former British diplomat argue that neo-conservatism is a manifestation of a deeper syndrome that has structural roots in United States history and politics.
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