It’s in America’s own interest to regard global epidemics as not only a humanitarian problem, but a consequential matter of national security.
The jury is out on how far Mohammed bin Salman will go in steering reforms to liberate the innovation and productivity of younger Saudis.
It is time to reconsider partnerships that directly contradict both American values and interests.
A more nimble, realistic foreign-policy strategy requires diplomacy with civil society. At best, it will contribute constructively to political change brought about by domestic actors, serving more liberal rule and U.S. interests.
The omnibus view of social problems around the globe is a pernicious force threatening to divert organizations like NATO and the UN from their primary purpose.
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