U.S. Foreign Policy After Bush

We’ve written before in this space about the beginnings of a search among foreign policy experts and commentators for a post-Bush U.S. foreign policy. It’s something we plan to regularly track. And as the U.S. presidential election of 2008 approaches, we hope to move from chronicling the esoteric to chronicling the practical — examing how the foreign policy debate is reflected in the platforms of likely U.S. presidential candidates. In the meantime, however, there’s plenty of prognosticating and theorizing about the future of U.S. foreign policy that remains to be examined. And plenty of creative names for candidates to be […]

U.S. Foreign Policy After Bush

We’ve written before in this space about the beginnings of a search among foreign policy experts and commentators for a post-Bush U.S. foreign policy. It’s something we plan to regularly track. And as the U.S. presidential election of 2008 approaches, we hope to move from chronicling the esoteric to chronicling the practical — examing how the foreign policy debate is reflected in the platforms of likely U.S. presidential candidates. In the meantime, however, there’s plenty of prognosticating and theorizing about the future of U.S. foreign policy that remains to be examined. And plenty of creative names for candidates to be […]

U.S. Foreign Policy After Bush

We’ve written before in this space about the beginnings of a search among foreign policy experts and commentators for a post-Bush U.S. foreign policy. It’s something we plan to regularly track. And as the U.S. presidential election of 2008 approaches, we hope to move from chronicling the esoteric to chronicling the practical — examing how the foreign policy debate is reflected in the platforms of likely U.S. presidential candidates. In the meantime, however, there’s plenty of prognosticating and theorizing about the future of U.S. foreign policy that remains to be examined. And plenty of creative names for candidates to be […]

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