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  • A Federalist Society for Foreign Policy?

    Curt Mills Politics, United States In the academy, tomorrow’s foreign policy debate is being shaped—today.  Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. Detractors and adherents alike agree the duo’s appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court represent the crown jewels of President Donald Trump’s policy achievement. Part of that story is providence—a vacancy existed when the president was inaugurated, and another, the seat of Anthony Kennedy, opened up before a midterm election rebuke.  But the other part of...

    The National Interest
  • All of Trump's Foreign Policy Initiatives Are Failing

    There is nothing on the horizon to indicate that any of them will improve.

    Washington Monthly
  • Democrats face a foreign policy conundrum

    Should we stay in Afghanistan or leave?

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • Why Tragedy Matters in U.S. Foreign Policy

    Derek Chollet Security, Americas In The Lessons of Tragedy: Statecraft and World Order, Hal Brands and Charles Edel argue that for the United States to succeed in a world of unrelenting challenges, its leaders should be measured by their sense of tragedy. Hal Brands and Charles Edel, The Lessons of Tragedy: Statecraft and World Order (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2019), 216 pp., $25.00. IN JANUARY 1961, Dwight D. Eisenhower addressed the nation for the final time as president...

    The National Interest
  • Let’s Get into a Fight About Foreign Policy

    Pity the poor optimist who was hoping to see Joe Biden or Kamala Harris tested on a core component of the job they’re seeking. The president of the United States, as the country’s primary representative abroad, commander of the armed forces, and overseer of all ambassadorial relations, has extraordinary power to shape global affairs. But on Wednesday night, as in the past three debates, a shockingly small portion of time and questioning was given over to matters of foreign policy. Shunted to the...

    The New Republic
  • Let’s Get Into a Fight About Foreign Policy

    Pity the poor optimist who was hoping to see Joe Biden or Kamala Harris tested on a core component of the job they’re seeking. The president of the United States, as the country’s primary representative abroad, commander of the armed forces, and overseer of all ambassadorial relations, has extraordinary power to shape global affairs. But on Wednesday night, as in the past three debates, a shockingly small portion of time and questioning was given over to matters of foreign policy. Shunted to the...

    The New Republic
  • True Budget Hawks are Foreign Policy Doves

    As long as Republican leadership supports an interventionist foreign policy, it will never support reducing warfare or welfare spending.

    www.infowars.com