James M. Lindsay

The Water's Edge

Lindsay analyzes the politics shaping U.S. foreign policy and the sustainability of American power.

Ten Who Will Be Missed » A worker installs some of the 288 new Waterford crystals, featuring this year’s ‘Let There Be Friendship’ design, on the Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball atop One Times Square in New York December 27, 2011. Thousands are expected to pack Times Square on New Year’s Eve to watch the annual ball drop at midnight marking the beginning of 2012. REUTERS/Mike Segar

A worker installs some of the 288 new Waterford crystals, featuring this year's 'Let There Be Friendship' design, on the Times Square New Year's Eve Ball atop One Times Square in New York December 27, 2011. Thousands are expected to pack Times Square on New Year's Eve to watch the annual ball drop at midnight marking the beginning of 2012. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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