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Is the US Foreign Policy Establishment a Dead Man Walking?
December 14, 2017

Is the US Foreign Policy Establishment a Dead Man Walking?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Will backers of the 2003 invasion of Iraq suffer the same fate as supporters of doomed appeasement policies in France and Great Britain in the 1930s?

Why Obama Got the Fundamentals of American Foreign Policy Right
March 12, 2016

Why Obama Got the Fundamentals of American Foreign Policy Right

By Ankit Panda
There is one overriding task that has guided the exercise of American power abroad since 1945.
Robert Kaplan's Right About Imperialism, Wrong About the Middle East
May 28, 2015

Robert Kaplan's Right About Imperialism, Wrong About the Middle East

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Imperialism can impose order. But that doesn't mean the U.S. should pursue empire in the Middle East.

In Defense of Not Doing Stupid Stuff
August 12, 2014

In Defense of Not Doing Stupid Stuff

By Ankit Panda
Hillary Clinton shouldn't abandon the Obama administration's cautious approach to foreign policymaking.

The Economics of US Foreign Policy
August 07, 2014

The Economics of US Foreign Policy

By M. Osman Siddique
U.S. foreign policy can help support the American economy, writes Ambassador M. Osman Siddique.

The Partisan Nature of American Foreign Policy
June 28, 2014

The Partisan Nature of American Foreign Policy

By Ankit Panda
Americans are split along partisan lines in terms of how they see the U.S. role in the world.

There’s No Obama Doctrine. Period.
June 02, 2014

There’s No Obama Doctrine. Period.

By Alex Ward
As his West Point speech reaffirmed, President Obama doesn’t have his own brand of foreign policy.
March 15, 2013

For America, Decline is a Choice

“In reality, decline is not a foregone conclusion but a deliberate political choice that builds from a failure to define what matters most to the nation.”

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