Tag Archives: defense

Trump’s Betrayal and the Future of the EU

In the age of Trump, the EU must strive toward ending its psychological and emotional dependency on the U.S. and be prepared to act unilaterally and independently.

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Where Muslim Countries Actually Lead the World

Nineteen countries worldwide devote a larger share of their economies to defense spending than the United States.

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United States: Not Exceptional, But One Nation Among Many

Americans’ attitudes about the U.S. role in the world have changed markedly.

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The Coming U.S.-China Clash

Is official Washington bound for a major clash with China?

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An America That Can’t: A Reflection on Obama’s Second Inaugural

Does it even make sense to hold federal elections in the United States? After all, they never provide any real resolution.

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Imagining a Post-Military World (Part I)

Can the world’s governments strike a better balance in what it spends on security and what it spends on the world’s neediest people?

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Tony Blair on the New Europe

What is the British perspective on the future of the EU?

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Looking Beyond NATO

Is a new U.S.-EU treaty needed to complement NATO?

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The Ultimate Human Right

How can the global community secure functioning public institutions in failed states?

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The Greater Middle East — The Bush Administration’s Perspective

How is the U.S. effort to democratize the Middle East coming along? An update by Dick Cheney.

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