Tag: foreign policy

Enough Hand Wringing: Solutions for the Gender Imbalance in Foreign Policy Circles

During the Congressional debate over the July 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and the United States, Suzanne Maloney of the Brookings Institution noted that the number of women who provided U.S. policy testimony during the hearings was, ironically, very close…

The Age of Disillusionment: Do Tweets Speak Louder Than Words?

In the run up to the inauguration, President-Elect Trump has openly threatened the Japanese Toyota industry in Mexico, aborted Boeing’s plans for developing its new generation of Air Force One presidential carrier, and mocked the CIA regarding the Russian Hacking of…

The Big Question: Donald Trump and Latin America

The world woke up to an alternate universe on November 9, 2016 as businessman and “Celebrity Apprentice” host Donald Trump was chosen to be the next leader of the free world. The world responded in disbelief as the United States validated…

The Clinton Doctrine

Former Secretary of State, New York Senator, and First Lady. A member of the American political establishment for over 30 years. If anyone can be convincingly used as an example of America’s ruling class, that person is Hillary Rodham Clinton.…

Sanders’ Views on Israel May be Representative of Strong Grasp of Foreign Policy

During the Democratic Presidential Primary debate on April 14th, Bernie Sanders expressed support for the Palestinian people, arguing that “there will never be peace in that region, unless the United States plays an even-handed role.” He advocated greater diplomatic undertakings…