“As September approaches, Biden may face new questions about how the last U.S. forces can leave Afghanistan without leaving chaos behind.”
Woodrow Wilson is among most influential presidents in U.S. foreign policy history, and the most pious. So what was the role of religion in Wilson’s worldview?
Veronika Wand-Danielsson discusses Sweden’s role in advancing the rights of women and her view that government has a responsibility to integrate gender perspectives in all policy areas, including foreign policy.
“The world doesn’t need a second Cold War to get countries to be very much in one camp or another.”
Ambassador Heine outlined the major foreign policy shifts under President Trump, the changing global landscape, and implications for the US’ domestic politics.
“Authoritarian predispositions are not a problem that can just be educated away…a strong rhetorical focus on a unified Americanness can play a vital role in reassuring and deactivating the innately intolerant.”
Professor Mako assesses the Sinjar agreement, as well as how discontent among local communities may jeopardize it and regional stability.
In discussing John Bolton and the accounts in his new memoir, Professor Joshua Shifrinson argues U.S. foreign policy would be worse off if Bolton had his way more in the White House.
Michael Woldemariam named amongst the 2020 Black American National Security and Foreign Policy Next Generation Leaders by the Diversity in National Security Network and the New America (Foundation).
Pardee School professors Jorge Heine, Joseph Fewsmith, Min Ye and Adil Najam were on the panel to discuss the future of China’s foreign relations at the Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future.
Alex Hobson publishes essay in Foreign Policy arguing that vengeance as foreign-policy is not a good idea.
Professor Emeritus Andrew Bacevich publishes new book: “The Age of Illusions: How America Squandered Its Cold War Victory.”
Prof. Manjari Miller published a recent article on India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his foreign policy strategy.
The Policy and Security Initiative (PSI) at the Pardee School hosted a panel discussion entitled “Undercover: Secrecy, Covert Action, and American Foreign Policy.”
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson published an article exploring President George H.W. Bush’s foreign policy legacy.
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson discusses the foreign policy legacy of the the late President George H.W. Bush.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel’s foreign policy.
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson discusses the Trump administration’s grand strategy — or lack thereof — for foreign policy.
Prof. William Keylor discusses President Donald Trump’s first year in office from a foreign policy perspective.
Gregory Aftandilian published an Op-Ed examining on the high-ranking State Department positions that remain unfilled nearly a year into Trump’s presidency.