Dylan Waste // Despite previously failing to amplify the voice of post-Soviet NATO members, there is ample opportunity for U.S. policies to further empower Poland’s emergence as a bulwark of American interests on the alliance’s integral Eastern flank.
Tag: American Foreign Policy
Why the U.S. Needs to Reassess Its Relationship With Turkey
Aiden Zhang // Given its detrimental effects on NATO's ability to operate, Washington would be wise to recognize this shift in Turkish strategic thought and to reassess and deinstitutionalize the relationship accordingly.
Haiti Needs Help, but the U.S. Needs To Change Before It Can Provide It
Xiomara Jean-Louis // Rather than wipe its hands of involvement after having contributed to Haiti’s squalor, the United States should shift from an interventionist view to a introspective one and reflect on how its policies create the conditions for harm outside its borders—intentionally or not.
Liberal Interventionism and the Crisis of International Law
Julian Fisher // When the United States...enforced international law against an aggressive Iraq and brought war criminals to trial in Yugoslavia, all while embarking on its own aggressive wars and committing its own war crimes...left the lasting impression...that the international system is neither value-neutral nor necessarily liberal but merely subservient to hegemonic power.