An exchange on how the sensitive and contentious issue of human rights should be integrated into our foreign policy.
Advocates of a permanent international court to try perpetrators of war crimes and other "crimes against humanity" achieved a major success in July 1997.
One of the many consequences of communism's collapse is disarray in the conceptual structures of American foreign policy. Without a clear focal point, one-time hawks now flap like doves, while erstwhile doves behave like birds of prey. The strateg
John Bolton argues it is time for a harsh crackdown on a misbehaving North, while James Kelly thinks we need to give talks a chance.
From Western decline to peace-process paralysis to the rise of rogue states, what Obama must address—and what he should take responsibility for.
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