Category: Foreign Policy

Marjorie Cohn: Next Steps in the Normalization of US-Cuban Relations: Thoughts From the Cuban Five

Now that United States and Cuba are preparing to open embassies in each other’s countries, what else needs to happen to support the process of détente between the two countries?

Atilio Boron: Obama, When It Comes to Cuba, Yes You Can!

Six months after last Dec. 17’s announcement, Obama could have done more. Even if only to stick to his word

Alex Doherty: From Liberal Hawks to Neocons – The Henry Jackson Society

Although the Cold War may have ended some twenty-five years ago, it continues to influence contemporary politics in unexpected ways

Michael T. Klare: Russia vs. China

The Conflict in Washington Over Who Should Lead America’s Enemies List

William Astore: America’s Got War

Poverty, Drugs, Afghanistan, Iraq, Terror, or How to Make War on Everything

Justin Podur: The Beginning of the End for Kagame?

If Kagame can’t shake off the stench of crimes against humanity, he may find himself becoming another one of the West’s dispensable dictators

Peter Van Buren: Five Things That Won’t Work in Iraq

When at First You Don’t Succeed, Fail, Fail Again

Walden Bello: Great Power Rivalry Threatens Smaller States in Western Pacific

The latest chapter in the superpower collision is Washington’s strategy of holding low altitude aircraft passes on spots in the South China Sea where China is building military structures over reclaimed land

Conn Hallinan: ‘The American Century’ Has Plunged the World Into Crisis

U.S. foreign policy is dangerous, undemocratic, and deeply out of sync with real global challenges

Andrew J. Bacevich: Washington in Wonderland

Down the Iraqi Rabbit Hole (Again)

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