2000: WPJ Has Four Articles Listed in Congressional Research Service “Review of Literature On US Global Role Options”

In the Fall 2000 issue, Karl Meyer explains that, “The U. S. Senate recently asked the Congressional Research Service to a carry out a review of the best articles on America’s changing role in the post-Cold War era. The CRS selected 43 articles from the past six years it considered path breaking. Heading the list were nine contributions to World Policy Journal, compared with seven in Foreign Affairs, and six in Foreign Policy. Since this journal has neither the staff nor the sizable financial backing of our two competitors, the CRS finding was all the more tribute to James’s stewardship. He has persistently held to the standards of significance, clear writing, and sound scholarship in publishing essays that define – and challenge – American thinking on foreign affairs.”