Featuring the author Robert J. Art, Christian A. Herter Professor of International Relations, Brandeis University with comments by Ted Galen Carpenter, Vice President for Foreign Policy and Defense Studies, Cato Institute.
Today, the United States finds itself as the world’s paramount power. At its overwhelming economic, military, and political zenith – a position likely to be maintained in the foreseeable future – it is prudent to reassess what the appropriate role is for America on the world stage. Robert J. Art conducts such an assessment in his new book. Art considers a number of crucial questions, including what are America’s modern-day national interests? What external threats to those interests exist, and how should they be properly addressed? Please join us for a timely discussion of American foreign policy and the proper “grand strategy” for the United States in the 21st century.