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By Leslie H. Gelb That letter to Iranian leaders from 47 Republican senators could well destroy critical bipartisanship in U.S. foreign policy for years to come and treacherously undermine the bargaining power of the person constitutionally authorized to conduct American … Continue reading
This is a fact. The problem is the struggle between the have’s and have not’s. We need a mechanism to share wealth on all levels equitably. Great article by Uri Dadush and William Shaw. The Poor Will Inherit the Earth … Continue reading
Bill Schneider’s commentary is very insightful. Part of the problem in my view is that the United States is lousy when it comes to developing a proactive & comprehensive foreign policy. Think about it. Our foreign policy revolves around partisanship … Continue reading
This is a fascinating article by James Traub of Foreign Policy Magazine about the dichotomy of President Obama’s foreign strategy. The Two Obamas – by James Traub | Foreign Policy.