Tag: values

A “Values-Free” Trans-Atlantic Relationship?

| June 22, 2018

A shift to more transactional modes of doing business–a “values-free” approach–is a risky way to sustain support for existing trans-Atlantic policies and institutions.

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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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The Implications of “The World is Not a Global Community”

| May 31, 2017

“The world is not a ‘global community.’” Last year, in attempting to discern the ethical and philosophical bases of candidate Donald Trump’s approach to world affairs, the first point I made was this: “There is no such thing as an international community. The “buck” stops with the nation-state and the nation-state decides what commitments it […]

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