Foreign Policy

  • Odd Arne Westad, “The Cold War and America’s Delusion of Victory” 28 August 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • “Remarks by President Trump on the Strategy in Afghanistan” 21 August 2017. The White House (read)
    • Philip Bump, “Trump’s Afghanistan Speech Was About Much More Than Afghanistan” 22 August 2017. The Washington Post (read)
    • Anna Dubenko, “Right and Left React to Trump’s Afghanistan Speech” 22 August 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • H.R. McMaster and Gary D. Cohn, “America First Doesn’t Mean America Alone” 30 May 2017. The Wall Street Journal (read)
    • Daniel W. Drezner, “The Most Extraordinary Op-Ed of 2017” 1 June 2017. The Washington Post (read)
  • “President Trump’s Speech to the Arab Islamic American Summit” 21 May 2017. The White House (read)
  • Barry Gewen, “Kissinger’s Moral Example” 17 April 2017. The National Interest (read)
  • Stephen Sestanovich, “The Brilliant Incoherence of Trump’s Foreign Policy” May 2017. The Atlantic (read)
  • Robin Wright, “The Assad Family: Nemesis of Nine U.S. Presidents” 11 April 2017. The New Yorker (read)
  • David Sanger, Eric Schmitt, and Peter Baker, “Turmoil at the National Security Council, From the Top Down,” 12 February 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • Eric Schmitt and David E. Sanger, “Raid in Yemen: Risky From the Start and Costly in the End” 1 February 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • John Kerry, “What We Got Right” 19 January 2017. The New York Times (read)
  • David Filipov, “Putin Won 2016, But Russia Has Its Limits As A Superpower” 31 December 2016. The Washington Post (read)
  • John Kerry, “Remarks on Middle East Peace” 28 December 2016. U.S. Department of State (read) (watch)
  • David Friedman, “First 100 Days” 20 October 2016. The Jerusalem Post (read)
  • David Remnick, “The Obama Administration’s Final Warning On The Middle East Peace Process” 28 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Bernard Avishai, “A Significant Resolution On Israel” 27 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Conor Friedersdorf, “Obama’s Weak Defense of His Record on Drone Killings” 23 December 2016. The Atlantic (read)
  • John Cassidy, “How Much of the Obama Doctrine Will Survive Trump?” 8 December 2016. The New Yorker (read)
  • Mac Thornberry and Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr., “Preserving Primacy: A Defense Strategy for the New Administration” September/October 2016. Foreign Affairs (read)
  • Hal Brands, “The Pretty Successful Superpower” 14 November 2016, The American Interest (read)

  • Jeffrey Goldberg, “The Obama Doctrine.” April 2016. The Atlantic (read)


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