The Week’s Most Interesting Reads
A foreign policy report card. The 2016 presidential candidates are graded on their foreign policy records and views by TAC‘s editors.
America’s annual exercise in fear-mongering. Michael Cohen objects to the ritual threat inflation in the Worldwide Threat Assessment.
Why David Cameron went neocon. Freddy Gray criticizes Cameron’s penchant for ill-conceived military interventions.
What the presidential candidates get wrong about the Middle East. Kim Ghattas reviews the statements from candidates in both parties and finds that they get little or nothing right.
Nepal’s balancing act. Fahad Shah reports on the competition for influence in Nepal between China and India.