Crisis Inflation: Why the World Is Actually Safe for America

Crisis Inflation: Why the World Is Actually Safe for America
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry listens as President Barack Obama addresses a Central American Integration System Heads of State Meeting on the sidelines of the Summit of the Americas, Panama City, Panama, April 10, 2015 (State Department photo).

It’s kind of a tough week to start a new column on U.S. foreign policy. There’s just not much going on these days. The Iran nuclear debate has moved to the back burner as the P5+1 and Tehran try to hammer out the final details of a nuclear pact. The U.S. war against the so-called Islamic State (IS) is continuing apace, but with no horrifying images of American journalists being beheaded, it’s an issue that has largely fallen off the front pages. For about two days people were once again talking about drones and targeted killings, after an American unmanned […]

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