Tag: Kori Schake

Experts, Ethics and the International System

| June 13, 2018

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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Values, Immigration and the Saudi Alliance

| April 10, 2018

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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Outsourcing Thinking on Engagement?

| February 23, 2018

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

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