Jacob Heilbrunn is editor of The National Interest.
Trump's first national security advisor had challenges to overcome from the start.
Should Washington intervene abroad to promote liberty and prosperity—or look inward?
Donald J. Trump takes the helm. What happens now?
A symposium on national security and the president-elect.
Trump’s accomplishment may be to reshape the Republican party into a populist one.
The splits inside the conservative movement that Nicole Hemmer identifies between populists and elitists have only intensified in recent years.
He provided a good model for Trump in his upcoming debate with Hillary Clinton: don’t take the bait
In personalizing the debate between him and Clinton, Trump inadvertently ended up giving her a free pass.
National-security experts should be delighted that there is any debate at all.
Uphold the postwar neoliberal order, or turn to nationalist antiglobalism?
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