Tag Archives: foreign policy

Pakistan Quo Vadis?

Why Pakistan’s education “reform” is likely to raise eyebrows in Washington and Beijing.

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Keeping China at Bay: Biden’s Trillion Dollar Infrastructure Blueprint

The best way to counter China’s propaganda would be for the Biden infrastructure programs to show that democracy works by providing concrete benefits to Americans.

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The US and Iran: Between Obsession and Forgetfulness

The Trump Administration’s obsession with the Iran nuclear deal cannot obscure the U.S. role in strengthening Iran.

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The Holiday From History Is Over

Why it is not only smart, but mandatory for mature powers to stop being overly ambitious in the field of foreign policy.

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France and the West: Inconvenient Questions

Action-reaction patterns in the November 13 terrorist attack in Paris.

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Cameron, the Realist: A Message to America

Why the British Prime Minister’s more modest foreign policy goals for the UK should inspire the U.S.

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Candidate Clinton: The Foreign Policy Dimension

Hillary Clinton should shift course on her foreign policy as she launches her second presidential campaign.

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The Unmaking of American Foreign Policy

The American presidency has a long history of appropriating foreign policy powers from Congress.

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The Five Deadly Sins of U.S. Foreign Policy

Is the United States starting to resemble the Middle East?

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Putin’s Failure as a Grand Strategist

Vladimir Putin’s obsession with power could cause Russia to slip down the dragon’s throat.

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