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.
A new poll shows the enduring influence of the populist folk tradition on Americans' attitudes toward the world.
The games behind presenting military choices to the president.
The argument that limited budgets could help Washington think strategically about its security needs doesn't hold up.
The White House's decision to seek congressional approval to strike Syria is unlikely to mark a rollback of presidential authority regarding military force.
The Authorization for Use of Military Force passed after September 11 is too broad and too dated.
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