Search Constraints

Begin New Search You searched for: Topic Foreign Policy Remove constraint Topic: Foreign Policy Political Geography United States Remove constraint Political Geography: United States

Search Results

1. Fall 2020 edition of Strategic Visions

2. A Roundtable on Christopher Dietrich, A Companion to U.S. Foreign Relations

3. Toward an Inclusive & Balanced Regional Order: A New U.S. Strategy in East Asia

4. Toward an Inclusive Security Arrangement in the Persian Gulf

5. The Dominance Dilemma: The American Approach to NATO and its Future

6. Responsible Statecraft Requires Remaking America’s Foreign Relations Tool Kit

7. De-Risking the India Relationship: An Action Agenda for the United States

8. Nothing Much to Do: Why America Can Bring All Troops Home From the Middle East

9. Spring 2021 edition of Strategic Visions

10. How Syria Changed Turkey’s Foreign Policy

11. On Sovereignties and Solidarities

12. Turbulence in arms control: Open Skies Treaty became a victim of the great power competition

13. Trump 2.0 or a first Biden administration? How different worldviews will shape US foreign policy

14. Iran’s foreign policy: Buying time until the US presidential elections

15. Exploring India's Strategic Futures

16. A New Horizon for the Korea-India Strategic and Sustainable Partnership under Korea's New Southern Policy

17. A Roundtable on Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Do Morals Matter?: Presidents and Foreign Policy from FDR to Trump

18. A Roundtable on Daniel Bessner and Fredrik Logevall, “Recentering the United States in the Historiography of American Foreign Relations”

19. Roundtable on Timothy J. Lynch, In the Shadow of the Cold War: American Foreign Policy from George Bush Sr. to Donald Trump

20. Spring 2020 edition of Strategic Visions

21. In The Era Of U.S. Energy Abundance: The Role Of The Caspian Region In U.S. Policy

22. 11th U.S.-China High-Level Political Party Leaders Dialogue

23. Against ‘the Blob’: America’s Foreign Policy in Eurasia’s Heartland is Becoming its Own Greatest Enemy

24. Eurasia, the Hegemon, and the Three Sovereigns

25. Reassessing U.S.-Azerbaijani Relations: A Shared Imperative to Look Ahead

26. Seventy years of NATO: Is the Alliance still needed?

27. Volodymyr Zelensky’s Sweeping Victories: Is Ukraine’s Turn Toward the West Definite?

28. Transatlantic Sanctions Policy : From the 1982 Soviet Gas Pipeline Episode to Today

29. In Dire Straits? Implications of US-Iran Tensions for the Global Oil Market

30. Change and Continuity in Japan-Russia Relations: Implications for the United States.

31. Fall 2019 edition of Strategic Visions

32. Enough Toxic Militarism

33. On The Question Of Chinese Espionage

34. Leadership And Policy-Making: Lessons From The U.S. Government

35. Women’s Participation and the Fate of Nonviolent Campaigns: A Report on the Women in Resistance (Wire) Data Set

36. Seizing the Moment? The U.S. Strategy for Women, Peace and Security

37. The United States Foreign Policy Towards ChinA: Invalidity of Convergence and Integration in Facing an XXI Century China


39. A Roundtable on Jasper M. Trautsch, The Genesis of America: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Formation of National Identity, 1793-1815

40. A Roundtable on John M. Thompson, Great Power Rising: Theodore Roosevelt and the Politics of U.S. Foreign Policy

41. A Roundtable on Robert K. Brigham, Reckless: Henry Kissinger and the Tragedy of Vietnam

42. The Diplomatic Character(s) of the Early Republic

43. A Roundtable on Grant Madsen, Sovereign Soldiers: How the U.S. Military Transformed the Global Economy After World War II

44. Rescuing multilateralism

45. The United States-Iran standoff: Recent tensions are symptomatic of President Trump’s broader foreign-policy approach

46. US foreign policy tools in the era of disinformation: Deficiencies prevent effective response to malign information operations

47. The militarization of US foreign policy: Engagement with Europe increasingly about defense

48. How to Enlarge NATO: The Debate inside the Clinton Administration, 1993–95

49. Poland, US bases and geopolitical games

50. Midterm elections in the United States: A boost or a setback for President Donald Trump

51. Consensus for Action: Towards a More Effective EU Sanctions Policy

52. Seven Chinas A Policy Framework

53. Oversight and Accountability in U.S. Security Sector Assistance

54. Perspectives on Taiwan Insights from the 2017 Taiwan-U.S. Policy Program

55. Security Implications of China’s Military Presence in the Indian Ocean

56. Who’s Afraid of Russian Gas? Bridging the Transatlantic Divide

57. Australia and the United States An Alliance for the Twenty-first Century

58. Structural Dissonance: The U.S.-PRC Defense Relationship, 1979-1989

59. Diplomacy in Defense of Democracy

60. Ministers For Foreign Affairs 1972-83

61. Grooming the next Generation of Foreign Policymakers: Women, Peace and Security in Practice

62. Women, Peace & Security: By the Numbers

63. Goodbye, Nehru: Indian Foreign Policy Under Globalization

64. America First: The Past and Future of an Idea

65. Insight on Syria: What Are Putin's Motives?

66. Managing Global Disorder: Prospects for Transatlantic Cooperation

67. Contextualizing the "Trump Doctrine": Realism, Transactionalism and the Civilizational Agenda

68. The Sino-Russian and US-Russian relationships: Current developments and future trends

69. Donald Trump and Canadian International Security

70. Back to the Basics of Growth and Diplomacy: Four Questions to Answer

71. Ministers For Foreign Affairs 1960-1972

72. The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Russia - US flashpoint

73. Fears of War on the Korean Peninsula

74. Designing Our Secure Future: Inaugural Convening, Ottawa, Canada

75. Elite Cues or Social Cues? The Formation of Public Opinion on Foreign Policy

76. Hard Times for Soft Power: A Q&A with Joseph Nye

77. The Cold War’s Endless Ripples

78. Economic Constraints on Russian Foreign Policy

79. End Times Diplomacy at the UN?

80. War Powers and Unconstitutional Wars from Truman to the Present

81. America’s Double Government: The Hidden Agenda of the National Security State

82. Why America Misunderstands the World: National Experience and Roots of Misperception

83. Russia’s Asia Pivot: Engaging the Russian Far East, China and Southeast Asia

84. United States After the Presidential Election 2016: Continuation or Abandonment of Obama’s Foreign Policy

85. The Culture of Political Instability and the Rapprochement of South America and United States

86. Brazil and the Regional Leadership Vacuum: The Chinese-American Advantage

87. he World That Awaits President-Elect Trump

88. Misperceiving U.S. Foreign Policy in the Gulf: Raising the Hidden Costs of U.S. Dependence on Oil

89. Brazil-China Relations

90. Engaging the Swiss on Apprenticeships: Economic Diplomacy with Results Back Home

91. Ballots, Bullets, and Bargains: American Foreign Policy and Presidential Elections

92. A Comparative Analysis of Imperial Japan's Predicament in China and U.S. Quagmire in Post-Saddam Iraq: Similarities, Lessons and Implications

93. Turkey: The Almost Mediator State

94. Russia vs. EU/US through Georgia and Ukraine

95. Economic Statecraft: American Economic Power and the New Face of Financial Warfare

96. The Pathologies of Power: Fear, Honor, Glory, and Hubris in U.S. Foreign Policy, Christopher J. Fettweis

97. The Education of an Anti-Imperialist: Robert La Follette and U.S. Expansion, Richard Drake

98. Old Habits, New Consequences: Pakistan's Posture toward Afghanistan since 2001

99. Power Games in the Caucuses, Azerbaijan's Foreign and Energy Policy towards the West, Russia and the Middle East

100. Thomas H. Henriksen. America and the Rogue States. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.