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Why America needs to learn lessons from its post-9/11 diplomatic efforts
Universal social welfare policies, a pragmatic approach to climate and energy, and an “everyone participates” model
Twenty years after 9/11, the value of human life and support for the common good plummets in America’s foreign policy discussions.
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Five Reasons Why That Just Ain’t So
How the collapse in Afghanistan creates new problems for American foreign policy
With the strategic shift to China, the administration can’t afford a grab bag of ineffective and poorly executed domestic investments
What's next after the debacle in Afghanistan