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The Race Gap That Shapes American Views of War

Hip-hop music can offer a window into the concerns of Black communities. “Our Soldiers,” a 2008 song by the American rapper KRS-One, opens with a siren. After those first few seconds, one might assume the track—like many other hip-hop songs—will be a...

Politics Can’t Stop at the Water’s Edge

American politicians and analysts have long argued that it is dangerous to politicize U.S. foreign policy and national security. “U.S. foreign policy is stronger when it enjoys bipartisan support,” wrote Democratic Senator Chris Coons in a 2020 Forei...

The Real Challenge of Trump 2.0

Former U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments about NATO in early February provoked an unusually quick rebuke from leaders around the world. Speaking at a campaign rally in South Carolina, Trump said that, as president, he would encourage Russia to “...

How Turkey Moved East

In late January, the Turkish parliament ratified Sweden’s accession to NATO, bringing an end to nearly two years of stonewalling by the Turkish government. Ankara had held up Stockholm’s entry into the alliance ostensibly because Sweden has allowed m...

The Taiwan Catastrophe

Washington and its allies face many potential geopolitical catastrophes over the next decade, but nearly all pale in comparison to what would ensue if China annexed or invaded Taiwan. Such an outcome, one U.S. official put it, “would be a disaster of...

Why America Can’t Have It All

The Biden administration took office intending to inject strategic focus into U.S. foreign policy. The president and his team promised to end the United States’ forever wars and make the country’s international engagements serve the needs of a disaff...

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