The election that killed foreign policy. Paul Pillar remarks on the damage that the campaign has done to America’s reputation and the neglect of foreign policy in the presidential debates.
Let’s rethink what “leadership” means in foreign policy. Daniel Davis calls for distinguishing between real leadership and reflexive interventionism.
Does America need overseas bases? John Glaser contends that overseas bases aren’t all that useful or necessary for U.S. security.
As the Bouteflika era ends, what’s next for Algeria? Vish Sakthivel looks ahead to what may follow the end of the Algerian president’s long tenure.