Is NATO relevant after the Cold War?
“This is foreign policy for grownups.” — Owen Harries, Editor, The National Interest
An assessment of the current and future viability of the U.S.-Korean alliance.
Disturbing questions remain about our involvement in the Persian Gulf region.
After 40 years, NATO no longer serves the best interests of the United States.
Has a collective defense network ensured America’s well-being and preserved the peace, or has it been an unnecessary, risky, and expensive burden?