Lack of accountability in foreign policy making

I gave a lecture last night at the Cape Ann Forum, on the topic of America’s changing position in the world and what it might (should) mean for U.S. grand strategy. My hosts were gracious and the crowd asked plenty of good questions, which is what I’ve come to expect when I speak to non-academic groups. Indeed, . . . → Read More: Lack of accountability in foreign policy making

‘Tis the time to talk international relations, pass resolutions

“Egypt, you have to stop influencing other delegates or you will be sent out of the committee session,” threatened the committee chair to maintain order in the session.

His booming voice was followed by pin-drop silence-that lasted for all of about five seconds.

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