Donald Trump said Wednesday that he would not automatically defend NATO allies if they are attacked, saying he would send military aid to member countries only after reviewing their contributions to the alliance.
Carter Page, a foreign policy adviser to Donald Trump, traveled to Moscow last week and criticized the United States and other Western powers for their “hypocritical focus on ideas such as democratization, inequality, corruption, and regime change”
Britain’s Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn refused to resign after losing a vote of no confidence Tuesday.
President Obama grabbed dinner with celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain during his foreign policy trip to Hanoi, Vietnam Monday after winding down last week with a golf trip to Andrews Air Force Base right outside of Washington, D.C.
The conduct of U.S. foreign policy and the debate it has triggered in this presidential election year form the backdrop for Michael Mandelbaum’s timely and provocative Mission Failure.
Unlike policymakers and practitioners who are immersed in the daily process of advancing America’s interests overseas—some more successfully than others—academics such as Mandelbaum, a Johns Hopkins University professor, have the luxury of observing the policy process without having to defend it.