Competing Bipartisan Consensuses?
Nikolas K. GvosdevFebruary 19, 2019
Is there any bipartisan political consensus on U.S. foreign policy? Nikolas Gvosdev argues that voters want to see the United States involved in world affairs if it makes Americans safer, more secure, and prosperous.
The New Congress and U.S. Foreign Policy
Nikolas K. GvosdevFebruary 5, 2019
What does the new Congress think about U.S. foreign policy? Nikolas Gvosdev looks at how the Democratcs and Republicans will approach some important questions in international relations while the president remains a divisive figure.
Rischian Transactionalism
Nikolas K. GvosdevJanuary 21, 2019
Transactionalism in U.S. foreign policy has a new proponent: James E. Risch, incoming chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Ethics and the Syria Withdrawal
Nikolas K. GvosdevJanuary 3, 2019
Referencing an "Atlantic" article by Conor Fridersdorf, Nikolas Gvosdev goes over some important and overlooked ethical questions surrounding Trump's decision to withraw U.S. troops from Syria.
Warren and Haley: Post-Trump Foreign Policies?
Nikolas K. GvosdevDecember 10, 2018
What will U.S. foreign policy look like post-Trump? Elizabeth Warren and Nikki Haley recently offered up their first drafts of what this could look like, but both realize that there is no going back to a pre-2016 world.
Misconnecting with the U.S. Public: Narrative Collapse and U.S. Foreign Policy
Nikolas K. Gvosdev, Asha Castleberry, Colin Dueck, Simran Maker, Maia Otarashvili, Joel H. Rosenthal, Kori Schake, Tatiana Serafin, Devin T. Stewart, John Unger, Ali Wyne
Kerch and San Ysidro
Nikolas K. Gvosdev
Sanders' "Selective Engagement" versus Transactional Internationalism
Nikolas K. Gvosdev 11/01/2018
As the Trump administration moves U.S. engagement to a form of "transactional internationalism," Senator Bernie Sanders has unveiled his vision of "selective engagement." Both of these approaches challenge assumptions about U.S. foreign pol…
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