The National Interest: "Good Strategy Requires Policymakers to Up Their Game"

Jun 5, 2023

In this op-ed for The National Interest, Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev argues that for the U.S. to advance its foreign policy objectives and secure its national interests, policymakers must be able to take on hard choices to translate strategy into policy.

Good Strategy Requires Policymakers to Up Their Game

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