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Making the Unipolar Moment: US Foreign Policy and the Rise of the Post–Cold War Order – The National Interest Online

The National Interest OnlineMaking the Unipolar Moment: US Foreign Policy and the Rise of the Post–Cold War OrderThe National Interest OnlineYet at a deeper level, Reagan firmly believed that the United States possessed immense and enduring strengths, from the dynamism of its economy, to the resilience of its political system, to the force of its ideological example. “It is important every ... … [Read more...]

Kashmir is U.S. foreign policy blind spot – The Ithacan

Hindustan TimesKashmir is U.S. foreign policy blind spotThe IthacanOnce again, the United States has decided to get involved in another country's international affairs. This time, it almost seems necessary. In 70 years, India and Pakistan have gone to war three different times over the state of Kashmir, a territory in ...How The Surgical Strikes Have Altered Pakistan's Proxy War … [Read more...]

Police Brutality against Blacks Rooted in US Foreign Policy: Peace Activist – Tasnim News Agency (press release)

Tasnim News Agency (press release)Police Brutality against Blacks Rooted in US Foreign Policy: Peace ActivistTasnim News Agency (press release)Highlighting the role the Israeli military plays in the training of US law enforcement forces, Swanson related the shooting culture to US foreign policy. “What people in the United States and around the world don't connect enough is that the lessons … [Read more...]

US Sept. 11 law weakens international relations, Saudi cabinet says – Reuters

Asharq Al-awsat EnglishUS Sept. 11 law weakens international relations, Saudi cabinet saysReutersThe U.S. Senate and House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly last Wednesday to approve legislation that will allow the families of those killed in the 2001 attacks on the United States to seek damages from the Saudi government. Fifteen out of the ...Saudi Arabia: JASTA Threatens International … [Read more...]

New Directions for US Trade Policy: A Conversation With Sander Levin – Council on Foreign Relations

Council on Foreign RelationsNew Directions for US Trade Policy: A Conversation With Sander LevinCouncil on Foreign RelationsCREBO-REDIKER: So this is the Council on Foreign Relations. And the U.S. is not the only country in the work that's taking a fresh look at issues around trade. We've seen in Europe a pushback against TTIP from several countries. We've seen a lot of the ...and … [Read more...]

What the 9/11 Lawsuits Bill Will Do – Council on Foreign Relations

Council on Foreign RelationsWhat the 9/11 Lawsuits Bill Will DoCouncil on Foreign RelationsThe bill, known as the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, or JASTA, could set a precedent for a panoply of lawsuits unrelated to 9/11 against foreign countries in U.S. courts and against the United States in foreign courts, said legal scholar ...Opinion: In defense of President Obama's 9/11 … [Read more...]

A Winning Trade Policy for the United States – Council on Foreign Relations

A Winning Trade Policy for the United StatesCouncil on Foreign RelationsEdward Alden is the Bernard L. Schwartz senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and the author of the forthcoming book Failure to Adjust: How Americans Got Left Behind in the Global Economy. He was the project director for CFR's ...and more » … [Read more...]

Primed Against Primacy: The Restraint Constituency and US Foreign Policy – War on the Rocks

War on the RocksPrimed Against Primacy: The Restraint Constituency and US Foreign PolicyWar on the RocksIn 1998, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright told Matt Lauer on NBC's Today Show: “If we have to use force, it is because we are America. We are the indispensable nation. We stand tall. We see further into the future.” Albright's view was anything ...and more » … [Read more...]

Donald Trump’s investments in India to impact US foreign policy: US media – Economic Times

Economic TimesDonald Trump's investments in India to impact US foreign policy: US mediaEconomic TimesWASHINGTON: Donald Trump's overseas investments in real estate including in Pune and Gurgaon could have implications on the US foreign policy if the Republican presidential nominee wins the November general elections, a major US weekly said today ...Trump's investment in India to impact … [Read more...]

International relations and the internet – Federal Times

Federal TimesInternational relations and the internetFederal TimesThey fail to see what computer hacking can do for a Leviathan like the modern nation-state. The potential for information technology is profound – the Estonian “paperless” government leads the world in free Wi-Fi, e-voting, e-finance, e-residency, and ... … [Read more...]

The Future of US Foreign Policy: A Conversation with Vice President Joe Biden – Council on Foreign Relations

Council on Foreign RelationsThe Future of US Foreign Policy: A Conversation with Vice President Joe BidenCouncil on Foreign RelationsVice President Joe Biden discusses his foreign policy doctrine developed over more than forty years in public service. Vice President Biden will review the current state of international relations and look toward the future of U.S. leadership in global ... … [Read more...]

Nuclear Modernization: Is the United States Headed for a New Arms Race? – Council on Foreign Relations

Council on Foreign RelationsNuclear Modernization: Is the United States Headed for a New Arms Race?Council on Foreign RelationsExperts discuss U.S. policy towards nuclear modernization, the costs and benefits of developing a new generation of nuclear weapons, and the effects on the balance of power among nuclear states. United States · Nonproliferation, Arms Control, and ... … [Read more...]

Failure to Adjust – Council on Foreign Relations

Failure to AdjustCouncil on Foreign RelationsIn the book, CFR Bernard L. Schwartz Senior Fellow Edward Alden argues that, despite the deep partisan divisions over how best to respond to the competitive challenges facing the United States, there is achievable common ground on issues such as ... … [Read more...]

Donald Trump Stands by Support of Putin, Appears on Russian-Owned TV, Stiffs His Own Advisers, and More – Patch.com

Patch.comDonald Trump Stands by Support of Putin, Appears on Russian-Owned TV, Stiffs His Own Advisers, and MorePatch.comTrump Attacks U.S. Foreign Policy, Political Press Corps on State-Owned Russian Television Network: "Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump criticized U.S. foreign policy and the American political press corps Thursday during an interview on … [Read more...]

Trump attacks US foreign policy, political press corps on state-owned Russian television network – Washington Post

Washington PostTrump attacks US foreign policy, political press corps on state-owned Russian television networkWashington PostRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump criticized U.S. foreign policy and the American political press corps Thursday during an interview on RT America, a state-owned Russian television network. In a wide-ranging interview that aired Thursday ...Trump, Clinton … [Read more...]

Clinton and Trump spar over US foreign policy – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Post-GazetteClinton and Trump spar over US foreign policyPittsburgh Post-GazetteMs. Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president, spent nearly half her time parrying a series of questions regarding her use of a private email server as secretary of state, saying again with what was seen as steely, lawyer-like insistence that she ...The best things people said about the … [Read more...]

Global Economic Management and the G20: A Conversation With Jacob J. Lew – Council on Foreign Relations

Council on Foreign RelationsGlobal Economic Management and the G20: A Conversation With Jacob J. LewCouncil on Foreign RelationsWith the federal budget deficit rapidly shrinking and the United States seemingly on the road to sustained economic growth, Jason Furman, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, discusses the economic policy priorities of the Obama administration ... … [Read more...]

The Domestic Side of International Relations: Is the United States an “Indispensable Nation?” – The National Interest Online (blog)

The National Interest Online (blog)The Domestic Side of International Relations: Is the United States an “Indispensable Nation?”The National Interest Online (blog)Watch the video above to see these top international relations scholars discuss the role of American exceptionalism in shaping U.S. foreign policy—and watch the full series to see how they consider other questions regarding domestic … [Read more...]