Foreign Policy Adrift
Foreign Policy Adrift
Beijing Hurries to Cash in on Perceived U.S. Weakness

Beijing plans for 2016 to be a big year for strengthening its military position.

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Beijing Sends Missiles to the South China Sea

The meltdown of American resolve and strategic coherence in the Middle East has consequences around the world.

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President Pangloss and the Refugee Crisis

The U.N. stated on Friday that over 60 million people across the globe have been pushed out of their homes by wars. This is a result of the foreign policy failures of the West.

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Former SecDef Blasts Foreign Policy Failures

Former SecDef Chuck Hagel is back, and he’s not happy.

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The President As Pangloss

Most of the public is no longer listening to President Obama on national security. He needs a better strategy for describing and defending his policies to the American people.

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Oil Spikes after Jet Strike

President Obama’s pivot away from the Middle East was only possible because of his belief that what happened in the Middle East could stay in the Middle East. But we are now seeing how false that belief is.

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A Humiliating Setback in Afghanistan

When it comes to American foreign policy, dodge, vacillate, and retreat seem to be the order of the day.

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Realism and the American Republic

How Washington fails to reconcile realism and idealism in its current foreign policy.

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Middle East “Stability:” Do We Care? Should We?

The problem with President Obama’s unprecedented “hands-off” policy for the Middle East.

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It’s Time to Shake Up Obama’s Foreign Policy

The debate about Obama’s foreign policy is not if it is working or it is is not; everyone agrees it is not working. It’s about whether there is anything Obama can do about it.

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Hugging the News Cycle

With the Iraqi government’s move to retake Kirkuk, it’s time for the U.S. to start planning for just how bad things could get.

Counting Carbon

The EIA projects US energy-related greenhouse gas emissions will continue to fall this year.

European Disunion

In forcing Catalonia to clarify its intentions on independence, Madrid is chipping away at the separatists’ facade of unity.

Development and Its Discontents

A new data dive offers mixed evidence, confirming some prevailing narratives and confounding others.

Echo Chamber Redux

Americans deserve in-depth commentary and analysis about the merits and faults of the Iran nuclear deal. They are not getting it.

Spy Games

Another disturbing chapter in the Obama-era spy wars.

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