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Congress has fallen behind on meeting oversight obligation, which is to assess the fitness of officials who would represent the United States overseas in diplomatic or military capacities.
International aid from other donors, despite recent U.S. policy changes, can help bolster Palestinian resiliency, even if the short-term prospects for a lasting political solution are dim.
America’s allies worry about the reliability of U.S. engagement to shape the global financial system. Current trends suggest other economies will grow and leave the United States with a declining share of the global economy.
Right now, everything is up for debate when it comes to the basic purpose of U.S. foreign policy.
Congress victories in three pivotal state elections provided much needed life to the moribund party.
Does the United States need to make big changes to its foreign policy in order to make middle class Americans economically better off? Looking at Ohio as a case study, Carnegie brought together a bipartisan group of former policymakers along with researchers from The Ohio State University to find out.
Some religious institutions have gained influence since the Syrian uprising began. Yet they have paid a price, as the regime has used them to advance its own interests.
Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of the INF Treaty carries important and dangerous implications for the future of European and international security.
While the international community's commitment to protecting civilians from conflict reached a high point in the 1990's, it has now been abandoned.
The process of reintegrating militias or rebels into the regime forces needs to happen as part of an integrated national program of rehabilitation.