Britain’s Summer of Discontent – Council on Foreign Relations

Council on Foreign RelationsBritain's Summer of DiscontentCouncil on Foreign RelationsAs for Britain's special relationship with the United States, Erlanger says that while the tenor remains cordial, disappointment over Cameron's failed vote on Syria last summer and the uncertain fate of the EU-U.S. trade deal have put a strain on ...and more … [Read more...]

US Foreign Policy: React to Fear or Lead with Love? – Huffington Post

Telegraph.co.ukUS Foreign Policy: React to Fear or Lead with Love?Huffington PostNow, after a war that has cost us trillions of dollars and too many lives, President Obama has asked Congress for half a billion dollars to train and equip yet another army -- Syrian opposition fighters, as an alternative to ISIS, the Islamic State of ...Obama Fiddles While Iraq BurnsOilPrice.comISIS rallies odd bedfellows on Iraq crisisAl-Arabiyaall 2,089 news articles … [Read more...]

BOOK REVIEW: ‘John Quincy Adams’ – Washington Times

BOOK REVIEW: 'John Quincy Adams'Washington TimesWhen Secretary of State John F. Kerry declared the Monroe Doctrine, a pillar of U.S. foreign policy in name if not strict practice for nearly two centuries, officially a dead letter, he noted that it bore the name of the president who proclaimed it ... … [Read more...]

Chinese Hackers Breach US Government Agency – Mashable

Chinese Hackers Breach US Government AgencyMashableAdam Segal, the Director of the Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program at the Council on Foreign Relations and expert on cyber-security and China, said that accessing such a data trove can allow hackers to prepare further attacks. This attack would give ...and more … [Read more...]

The curious case of nuclear studies – Washington Post (blog)

The curious case of nuclear studiesWashington Post (blog)I urge anyone interested in understanding international relations to join this fascinating conversation, as it touches on important questions of methodology, standards of evidence, and the promises and challenges of multi-method approaches. In my view ... … [Read more...]