Tag Archives: U.S. foreign policy

Catholicism: Its Influence on President Joe Biden

There is an important distinction between the intellectual tradition and the doctrinal tradition of the Catholic Church.

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Trump and the Dangerous Politics of Humiliation

Donald Trump’s foreign policy of humiliation is liable to have dire consequences, not least for the interests of the U.S. itself.

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Beyond Cuba: Washington’s Strategic Neglect of Latin America

Can the United States afford to integrate itself with Asia at the cost of Latin America?

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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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The Unmaking of American Foreign Policy

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

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Germany’s International Responsibility to Lead

Germany is still adjusting to its new role as a world leader.

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The Obama/Modi Duo: A Summit of Democracies

President Obama’s visit to India has shown the world where his sympathies lie.

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Hillary Clinton: Lacking Smarts, Principles or Both?

Hillary Clinton attacks Obama’s foreign policy — she would be better off emulating it

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The Dumbest U.S. Foreign Policy Question Asked This Century

What do U.S. politicians mean when they say they want to save Syria?

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WANTED: A Foreign Policy Slogan

The search for a “post” to describe U.S foreign policy continues.

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