If Trump seeks a rapprochement with the Kremlin, one lesson is clear: Get away from Washington.
Visiting one African state—or not—can reveal a lot about the diplomatic agenda.
“Idealism contending with local realities can be a powerful orienting force, but an idealism that occludes those realities is often just lost in the woods.”
Psychological priming can impact voters’ choices.
When French revolutionaries had to literally pick sides.
It wasn’t just about borders. It was about nation-states.
Timing is everything for U.S. strategy in the South China Sea.
John J. Mearsheimer and Richard Burt discuss U.S. options.
There’s an “Ohio surprise” coming, and it isn’t Kasich or Cleveland.
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