Robert Golan-Vilella is an assistant managing editor at The National Interest.
His nomination was a series of proxy battles over the past and future of American foreign policy.
Many of the "new" challenges facing the world were around back then, too.
A review of the candidate's foreign-policy stances, which champion U.S. power and values but often are tough to pin down on the details.
A review of the Republican candidates' foreign-policy pronouncements. George W. Bush-style policy is alive and well.
The public debate on Crimea has been dominated by some of the worst myths in U.S. foreign-policy discourse.
The rest of the GOP is ceding the foreign-policy field to the Kentucky senator.
A recent vote suggests it's now acceptable to support closure of the controversial detention facility.
The surge might have been Obama's biggest mistake abroad—and she pushed it to the hilt.
A new poll shows the enduring influence of the populist folk tradition on Americans' attitudes toward the world.
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