As history reminds us, the security payoffs of a “Fortress America” approach are ephemeral and fleeting. Both the national interest and international security suffer when America turns inward.
Alan DowdDecember 21, 2016
Asia Bibi, a Christian mother of five, was sentenced to death for blasphemy after a dispute with her Muslim coworkers. She drank from the same water source they did.
Faith McDonnellDecember 5, 2016
Under the next administration, Christians ought to seek the peace and prosperity of our nation by praying for its blessing as well as providing criticism.
Jessica MeyersNovember 25, 2016
In the first episode of our new podcast, the Foreign Policy ProvCast, Joe Loconte of Kings College New York speaks with Providence Deputy Editor Mark Melton about the possible foreign policy implications of a Trump presidency.
Joseph Loconte & Mark MeltonNovember 23, 2016
Much of the coverage of Donald Trump’s foreign policy views have focused on areas of concern. Here are some reasons for optimism.
Paul CoyerNovember 16, 2016
One area, happily, where President-elect Donald Trump has left little room for concern, at least during the campaign, is missile defense.
Alan DowdNovember 15, 2016
What is the British public to make of the rise of Donald Trump?
Terry TastardNovember 14, 2016
Every Brexit-Trump gain is a gain for Russia’s historic aspirations to recreate geographic and population buffers around the Russian border.
Joseph E. CapizziNovember 11, 2016
On the foreign policy of a Trump presidency, the character of our military, allies and interests–and a little something about a beautiful plane
Rebeccah HeinrichsNovember 10, 2016
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