Neoconservatives and realists are battling to set the GOP’s foreign-policy agenda—and the future of American diplomacy hangs in the balance.
Responding to Dimitri K. Simes’s assertion that we aren’t having a real debate over foreign policy, Derek Chollet argues the Democrats are providing genuine alternatives; Grover G. Norquist looks at the structural reasons inhibiting both parties f
The UN is flawed, but the United States can learn to use it better—as long as we hold reasonable expectations.
Graham Allison, Ian Bremmer, Harlan Ullman and Derek Chollet.
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