Three of our finest flag officers attempt to offer unifying visions for the United States, but run aground on the same political polarization that flummoxes everything else.
Tag: foreign policy
When Yemen fell into chaos, most foreign correspondents were kept out. The only reliable news came from a few intrepid young Western freelancers who spoke the language, lived like locals, and managed to stay in the country.
Truman’s quick recognition of Israel was tragic, dysfunctional, and quintessentially American.
Competition with China really isn’t a zero-sum game. So why does it feel that way?
A conversation with Anne-Marie Slaughter, policy planning chief in Hillary Clinton’s State Department, on the future of military interventionism.
Why our next war will be fought in cities.
How Dick Cheney controlled, and lost control of, George W. Bush.
Can a trade pact with Europe help America tame China?
For Allen and John Foster Dulles, regime change was an extension of the family business.
How is a first-term senator becoming a force in his party on foreign policy? Because in today’s GOP, he’s what passes for moderate.