Post Tagged with: "U.S. Foreign Policy"

Trumped Up Alliances?

Trumped Up Alliances?

If elected, a President Trump will quickly realize that the foreign policy establishment he loves to criticize has not done a bad job on striking deals.

The Second Image Sometimes Reversed: Competing Interests in Drug Policy

The Second Image Sometimes Reversed: Competing Interests in Drug Policy

Peruvian tribulations over drug policy under Humala indicates that the U.S. should not continue to expect steadfast support for its preferred policies in the region.

Missile Defense Questions Need a Political Answer

Missile Defense Questions Need a Political Answer

Missile defense carries indisputable benefits to U.S. foreign policy. However, it requires commitments form allies and partners to be sustainable.

The Politics of US and EU Sanctions on Russia’s Energy Sector

The Politics of US and EU Sanctions on Russia’s Energy Sector

It is the selective nature of sanctions that make them a political weapon against countries that refuse to buckle down to western leadership.

The Obama Administration and the Israel Lobby

The Obama Administration and the Israel Lobby

In light of Israeli expansion into Palestinian territories, it is clear that there is no chance for a peace settlement in the absence of sustained U.S. pressure on Israel – which is unlikely.

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