The Obama Doctrine: Responses Striking a Balance
George W. Bush tried to do too much. Barack Obama has advocated doing too little.
America Self-Contained? A Symposium Facing the Unpredictable
In an increasingly unstable world, the Obama Administration has no clear-cut options.
China, the Weak and the Restless
The United States confronts two major foreign policy challenges: China, and the weak and restless. The alternatives for China are well known, and there is consensus about which of these is most attractive; Romney would not have followed a different course from the one that has been chosen by Obama. In contrast, there is no […]
Three More Years
The success of Barack Obama’s presidency will depend on his domestic accomplishments: health care, financial reform and the overall state of the economy. His presidency could be wrecked by foreign policy developments; it cannot be redeemed by them. The five big foreign policy challenges that the Administration confronts—North Korea, Iran, Middle East peace, Af-Pak and […]
Reviews On Citizenship
Is the ideal of citizenship in decline? Depends on how you define it.