How does more hard power comport with a broader strategic vision?
There is perhaps no more effective and efficient way for Washington to project strength than from the platform of a robust and united NATO alliance.
The future, smaller EU could look very different from the one that has evolved over the past twenty years.
Trump and Cruz are bearers of a harder-edged, more nationalistic conception of foreign policy, focused more on securing American interests than on promoting American values.
There is a conspicuous gap between the complex challenges America confronts in the world arena today and our wholly inadequate conversation about international affairs.
The Republican Party’s dramatic success in the midterm elections provides it with both new opportunities and responsibilities in shaping U.S. foreign policy.
The U.S., France, Germany, Britain, and Poland can work together to resolve the Crimea crisis.
Factors to watch.
"It would be premature to resist the temptation of some to conclude that the West is no longer in the game."
International trends have become less favorable to the United States. This national vacation from serious foreign-policy analysis in the political arena is both ill timed and dangerous.
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