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U.S. Foreign Policy Year in Review and Look Ahead

U.S. Foreign Policy Year in Review and Look Ahead

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Punting Keystone XL

Punting Keystone XL

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Reassessing “Reset”

Reassessing “Reset”

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What’s Wrong With Doctrines?

What’s Wrong With Doctrines?

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An Important Win at the WTO

An Important Win at the WTO

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Quick Reaction to Pres. Obama's Middle East Speech

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What Libya Reveals About NATO

What Libya Reveals About NATO

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Crisis and Opportunity: Next Steps on Egypt

Crisis and Opportunity: Next Steps on Egypt

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SOTU Review: America, the World, and Global Competition

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Reviewing "After the Wall: A World United"

Reviewing "After the Wall: A World United"

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New START Comes to the Floor

New START Comes to the Floor

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Positive Steps From Belarus

Positive Steps From Belarus

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Talking North Korea

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A New Push on New START

A New Push on New START

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Being Good Neighbo(u)rs?

Being Good Neighbo(u)rs?

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About the Author

Ryan Haddad
Ryan Haddad

Ryan Haddad is the Senior Blogger for U.S. Foreign Policy at FPA. A foreign affairs and national security analyst based in Washington, D.C., he worked in European and Eurasian affairs at the U.S. Department of Commerce during the Bush Administration and is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Providence College. He can be followed on Twitter at @RIHaddad.

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