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Can the Founding Fathers Help With Today’s Challenges?

March 30, 2021

America is at a crossroads. The pandemic combined with deep political polarization has led Americans to question the efficacy and value of our governmental institutions. Our political parties are in a mortal battle on a variety of issues, and politics has become a zero-sum game, in which each party, when in control of a branch […]

The World Needs American Leadership After COVID-19

July 9, 2020

International affairs are not currently a high priority. Instead, Americans are focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, its impact on the U.S. economy, and on the domestic turmoil in the nation. However, it is imperative for America to address the immediate and fundamental issue of whether the United States will continue to lead the world following […]

China’s Threat to Free Navigation

October 10, 2019

How did we go from assessments like “Beijing is a seriously overrated power,” and “China is a second-rate military power…in no position to matter much as a source of international political power” (“Does China Matter?” Foreign Affairs, September/October 1999) to the view that “the vast South China Sea has become one of the world’s most […]

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