A Bipartisan Foreign Policy Is Still Possible
October 7, 2020 via Foreign Affairs – How can the U.S. return to its role as a stabilizing force in world affairs?
It’s Time We Had a Talk About Tariffs
September 29, 2020 via The Dispatch – Tariffs generally fail to achieve their objectives of revitalizing protected industries, saving jobs, and opening foreign markets.
A New World Disorder
September 18, 2020 via US News – A new report by the Gates Foundation concludes that the pandemic has set us back 25 years in 25 weeks.
Charges, Sanctions Revive Specter of Russian Interference
September 11, 2020 via AP – Americans are receiving mixed messages on the impact of Russian interference in U.S. elections.
I Was Sanctioned by China
August 11, 2020 via The Atlantic – Beijing’s campaign of repression is already shaping what we can say, where we can travel, what products we buy, and…
How ‘Success’ of US Iran Policy Has Benefited China
August 7, 2020 via The Christian Science Monitor – Has the U.S. “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran been a success or a failure?
In a Flash, a Changed World
August 4, 2020 via Reuters – This report, told through narrative and graphics, traces the development of the atomic bomb in the U.S. and the subsequent history…
How America’s Retreat is Reshaping Global Affairs
June 26, 2020 via The Christian Science Monitor – The Trump administration has consistently backed away from international alliances and engagements.