Call it closing-the-distance learning. Thanks to guest lecturers like Joy Reid and Margaret Carlson, I saw how shared understanding bridges the Washington-Hanoi divide.
Tag: foreign policy
Jobs, pandemics, peace: Foreign policy is increasingly important to everyday life in the United States. The candidates should understand that.
Antarctica may look barren, but it is free of the disease—for now.
I worked at the State Department for decades. The president’s story doesn’t pass the laugh test.
The Democratic nominee needs to be clear: the move would come with real consequences if he’s elected.
It’s about time he put forward a vision for America’s role in a post-Trump world.
Globalization has failed to make the country more democratic. It’s time for a different approach.
More than 80 former national security officials have signed an endorsement of the former VP.
How one of America’s biggest adversaries is taking advantage of our open society.
Here’s how to immediately repair the relationship.