In the 21st Century, do we need a revised Monroe Doctrine?
Rebecca MunsonJuly 12, 2023
The United States cannot pursue a strategy capable of deterring and, if necessary, defeating both China and Russia at the same time alone. We need allies.
Marc LiVeccheJune 23, 2023
The United States’ values must be our lodestar in foreign policy, including with India
Paul MarshallJune 21, 2023
The Arctic is an increasingly crucial region for 21st century geopolitics, but America is trailing its rivals. Why does the Arctic matter, and how can we catch up?
Mike CotéJune 15, 2023
In order to meet the requirements of the two-front fight we are in, the morally responsible thing is to commit to properly funding our military
Marc LiVeccheJune 8, 2023
U.S. support for Ukraine in its war against Russia is not a distraction from defending Taiwan. It is a component of it. We are in a two-front fight.
Marc LiVeccheJune 1, 2023
Despite the triumphant mood of the 90s, the struggle for democracy never really ended, as Putin’s invasion of Ukraine proves.
James RowellMay 2, 2023
As China seeks to impose its closed vision of the oceanic commons, the US must counter this approach and recommit to its maritime heritage.
Mike CotéApril 28, 2023
The strategic anxiety of encirclement has driven great-power policy for centuries; Russia and China represent the modern version of this classic security dilemma.
Mike CotéApril 21, 2023
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