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On America’s Role in the World

On America’s Role in the World

As the United States matures as a global power, how should America assert itself in the world? The United States is the world’s preeminent superpower and barring some unpredictable catastrophe that fact is not going to change over the short term. For the United States to maintain its leadership role over the long term, however, […]

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On the Balance of Power Between Congress and the President

On the Balance of Power Between Congress and the President

Both the President and Congress want control over America’s foreign policy. What should that balance look like?

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Foreign Affairs Quiz

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Foreign Affairs Weekly Quiz

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U.S. Intelligence squared live debate: Does humanitarian Intervention do more harm than good?

U.S. Intelligence squared live debate: Does humanitarian Intervention do more harm than good?

Live now from the Brussels Forum: A debate on the motion “Humanitarian Intervention Does More Harm Than Good” Doctors Without Borders’ co-founder Bernard Kouchner, also the former French Minister of Health and Humanitarian Affairs, and State and Defense Departments alum Kori Schake will defend the military’s role in halting human rights abuses. They are opposed […]

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Trump and the West: The Alienation Continues. Will His Supporters Ever Care?

Trump and the West: The Alienation Continues. Will His Supporters Ever Care?

This post is written by W.A. Schmidt, an op-ed contributor. — When it comes to the Trump presidency, sympathetic observers outside the United States are preoccupied with the same question that the majority of their American counterparts must be pondering: How much longer will this president inflict damage upon his country, its political culture, its international […]

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