foreign policy

“ENTERPRISE CHINA”

By on February 23, 2022
“ENTERPRISE CHINA”

by J. STEWART BLACK & ALLEN J. MORRISON

The size, scale, and level of coordination between Chinese companies and the Chinese State is not only unprecedented, but is something business leaders and policymakers can no longer ignore.

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Speaking with One Voice on China

By on February 23, 2022
Speaking with One Voice on China

by DARIN LAHOOD & RICK LARSEN

We must approach U.S. policy towards China in a bipartisan way, remaining focused on the country’s manipulation of global free markets, threats against its neighbors, and ongoing human rights abuses.

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EXIT INTERVIEW

By on September 23, 2020
EXIT INTERVIEW

From the Republican Revolution of 1994 to the global pandemic of 2020, the Texas Republican 26 and retiring lawmaker reflects on some of the
more notable developments over his 26 year congressional career.

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MEETING THE THREAT

By on September 23, 2020
MEETING THE THREAT

by DEB FISCHER

According to the Nebraska Senator, dangerous activity by Russia and China underscores the importance of enacting the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act.

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Transatlantic Relations in Flux

By on September 23, 2020
Transatlantic Relations in Flux

by ANDREW MICHTA

We are at an inflection point after three post-Cold War decades, and the choices confronting the U.S. when it comes to its relations with Europe will shape transatlantic relations going forward.

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U.S. Foreign Policy After the Pandemic

By on September 23, 2020
U.S. Foreign Policy After the Pandemic

by JESSICA TRISKO DARDEN

While conflict prevention has long been a focus of foreign assistance, the intersection of conflict prevention with other global challenges should be at the forefront of America’s response.

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What Every American Should Know about U.S. Foreign Aid

By on September 17, 2019
What Every American Should Know about U.S. Foreign Aid

by GEORGE INGRAM

At $39.2 billion for fiscal year 2019, foreign assistance is less than 1% of the federal budget.

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Russia Under Putin: Neither Friend Nor Foe

By on October 14, 2015 with 0 Comments
Russia Under Putin: Neither Friend Nor Foe

by MICHAEL McFAUL

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his supporters were “outraged.” A Kremlin spokesperson denounced the speech as “inconceivable” and “subjective” in its interpretations of Russian internal affairs. Others in Moscow, as well as some in the West, called the speech a return to the Cold War. One Moscow headline suggested that U.S.-Russian relations were at their lowest level in the last 20 years.

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“Anger is not a substitute for good policy” – A Q&A with Jon Huntsman

By on August 12, 2014 with 0 Comments
“Anger is not a substitute for good policy” – A Q&A with Jon Huntsman

An interview with the former governor, ambassador and presidential candidate about the current political environment and the challenges facing the country — and the Republican Party — in the coming years.

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The Promise of the Pacific Rim

By on August 11, 2014 with 0 Comments
The Promise of the Pacific Rim

By RT HON MIKE MOORE

New Zealand’s Ambassador to the United States discusses the importance of the Pacific Rim and why the U.S.-China relationship is the most profound relationship of our age.

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