We’re #1

Dartmouth’s Stephen Brooks and William Wohlforth in Foreign Affairs: “If today’s American primacy does not constitute unipolarity, then nothing ever will. The only things left for dispute are how long it will last and what the implications are for American foreign policy.” Full text here.

Also: Dartmouth’s Rajesh Aggerwall on Bush’s compensation from Harken: below-prime loans “are not unique, but are by no means widespread.” From the Washington Post.