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The Zero Tolerance Migration Policy: Two Moral Objections

The Zero Tolerance Migration Policy: Two Moral Objections

| June 20, 2018
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In this post Drew Thompson explains two moral objections to the Trump administration’s current policy of separating migrant children from their parents.

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Experts, Ethics and the International System

| June 13, 2018
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We had a fascinating conversation on Monday with Kori Schake and Colin Dueck about the role of experts and expertise in engendering trust (or lack thereof) in U.S. foreign policy–an event that took place right at the midpoint between two very consequential meetings for President Donald Trump that could reshape the current international system: the […]

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The Ethics of Triage

| May 27, 2018
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How should policymakers prioritize efforts at democracy promotion abroad?

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American Reliability: Iran and North Korea editions

| May 10, 2018
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Two months ago, I noted, based on my observations at the Munich Security Conference and at a trilateral dialogue sponsored by the National Committee on American Foreign Policy, that there was growing unease about American reliability and whether the United States as a whole, not just the Trump administration, could be trusted to see through […]

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Engagement: What Do Voters Think

| May 8, 2018
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Following on earlier posts (Colin Dueck on what Republican voters are thinking and Ian Bremmer on populism and disengagement), Ali Wyne (of the Project for the Study of the 21st Century, among other affiliations) joins in the conversation. Commenting on the spring 2018 meeting of the Trilateral Commission in Singapore, he observes that there is […]

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Disengagement meets the Army of None

| May 1, 2018
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I had the opportunity to listen to the presentation made at CCEIA by Paul Scharre, author of┬áThe Army of None. The Army of None refers to the development of autonomous land, air, maritime, space and cyberspace unmanned systems combined with the leaps in technology that allow for autonomous operation–in other words, taking the human out […]

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Ian Bremmer, Populism and Disengagement

| April 25, 2018
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Ian Bremmer responds to the question: “Is populism in the United States linked to support for American withdrawal or disengagement from the world? And is there a strategy of U.S. engagement that is actually compatible with U.S. populism?”

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What do Americans (Republican Voters) Actually Think?

| April 23, 2018
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Rebuilding support for American internationalism requires a new overarching foreign policy narrative.

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