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American Engagement: Dialogue at Quail Ridge

| April 18, 2018
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U.S. foreign policy remains muddled and to some extent disconnected from the aspirations of citizens across the country because we lack a compelling narrative about the importance and need for American global engagement.

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Values, Immigration and the Saudi Alliance

| April 10, 2018
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Two recent articles in The Atlantic challenge dominant assumptions in American political discourse–and the implications ought to be discussed further.

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<i>EIA</i> Summer 2018 Editorial Internship

EIA Summer 2018 Editorial Internship

| April 10, 2018
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Ethics & International Affairs is looking for a volunteer editorial intern!

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The United Nations, Human Rights and American Disengagement

| March 28, 2018
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Recent events at the UN show how China and Russia are reshaping the international order.

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Uncertainties About America’s Global Reliability

| March 19, 2018
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Doubts about America’s reliability as a guarantor and support of the liberal international order have been increasing since the 2016 election. What impact is this having on America’s closest and most critical relationships? What impact does it have both in terms of securing regional and global stability but also on sustaining support for democracy and […]

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Free Trade After the 2016 Elections

| March 13, 2018
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Politicians in favor of promoting free trade need a new narrative to persuade the electorate. What might that narrative be?

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American Engagement: Dialogue with the Newport Circle of Scholars

| March 7, 2018
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Recently, I had the opportunity to engage in dialogue on the question of what role America ought to be playing in the world with the Newport Circle of Scholars. The Circle of Scholars is one of a multitude of civil society/public associations that serve as a bridge between the affairs of government and the general […]

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Outsourcing Thinking on Engagement?

| February 23, 2018
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The American public is increasingly deferential to the military on U.S. global engagement, shifting the ethical burden of responsibility.

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