Foreign Policy

Saving Syria's civilians

Syrians believe the world has abandoned them, as they daily fall victim to a cruel campaign of war crimes and crimes against humanity. 

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Avoiding misuse of U.S. arms sold to Iraq

The latest rise in violence and increasing crackdowns on al-Maliki’s political opponents should raise concerns about the Iraqi government’s use of U.S.-provided weapons, and the conditions under which the United States should allow more weapons to Iraq.   

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IMF governance reform: Time for Plan B?

Though the U.S. is merely moving money from one account to another with negligible risk, the House Committee on Financial Services prefers fiscal austerity to global leadership.

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'White Knight' lobbying

It is the civilized world's task to ensure that questionable governments behave orderly. And it is the lobbyists' task to ensure that the civilized world doesn't forget to do so.

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U.S. can learn from Azerbaijan

The policies, positions and actions of nations the world over never cease to amaze…very often to our deep chagrin. One need only look at the U.S.’s recent stab at rapprochement with Iran. The Obama administration’s obsession with leaving some...

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