Diplomacy

Ed Hancox

One of the truths of human history is that mankind has a tendency to go to war for some pretty stupid reasons; my personal favorite was the 17th century's War of Jenkins' Ear, though in the 19th century the United State

Evan Lewis

To what extent should global leaders listen to world public opinion? In this essay, Evan Lewis argues that American presidents tend to shun public opinion and rely on "expert" advice in making foreign policy decisions. If Barack Obama continues this trend, global public opinion of the United States will remain suspect.

Colin Geraghty

I know that neither of these countries are technically a part of South Asia (although I’ve included China in the list of countries I intend to discuss), but since I live in Paris I feel I should discuss elements of French foreign policy from time to time, especially since it often goes unnoticed