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 Outside Publications


H-Net Reviews

Book Review: The Drone Debate: A Primer on the U.S. Use of Unmanned Aircraft Outside Conventional Battlefields


Paul J. Springer

H-Net Reviews Avery Plaw, Matthew S. Fricker, Carlos Colon. The Drone Debate: A Primer on the U.S. Use of Unmanned Aircraft Outside Conventional Battlefields. Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ...

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Foreign Policy

Why Trump Should Stand Down in the Gulf Crisis


The Hon. Dov S. Zakheim

Foreign Policy The blogosphere has been flooded with suggestions regarding America’s role in mediating the intra-Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) dispute between Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Saudi ...

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The Atlantic

The Risks of Foreign Policy as Political Distraction


Dominic Tierney

The Atlantic  If you’re an embattled head of state, deflecting criticism through foreign adventure carries seductive appeal: Outside threats can cause people to pull together. As King Henry IV ...

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SupChina

There is no Thucydides Trap


Arthur Waldron

SupChina Book review: Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap, by Graham Allison (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2017) Let us start by observing that perhaps the ...

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Raddington Report

The New World Disorder


Hal Brands

Raddington Report During Donald Trump’s presidency and after, US foreign policy is likely to be wracked by crises.  From the instability and violence in Ukraine, to the unrelenting turmoil ...

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The American Interest

Faithfully Civil


Walter A. McDougall

The American Interest Authors, especially academic ones, live in constant fear that some other scholar is working on the same subject and scheduled for nearly simultaneous publication. In such ...

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Middle East Eye

The Art of the Hedge: Jordan Between Washington, Riyadh and Doha


Sean L. Yom

Middle East Eye The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has officially taken sides with the Saudi-led coalition seeking to isolate Qatar. Yet whereas the Saudi bloc, to which Jordan belongs, ...

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Taipei Times

Nations must stand up for Taiwan


Thomas J. Shattuck

Taipei Times Since Tsai Ing-wen’s (蔡英文) election as the president of Taiwan in January last year and her inauguration in May that year, the People’s Republic of China has ...

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The Federalist

Can We Escape A Second Cold War With Russia?


Nikolas K. Gvosdev

The Federalist Recently, I brought Peter Conradi’s “Who Lost Russia? How the World Entered a New Cold War” to a dialogue between American, European, and Russian experts convened at ...

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Foreign Policy

Trump Should Rethink Leaving the Paris Agreement Before It’s Too Late


The Hon. Dov S. Zakheim

Foreign Policy Reasonable people can debate whether the Paris climate accord represents the best way to address climate change. There is a case to be made that while climate ...

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