Can America Remain Preeminent?

April 12, 2021 0

“The global influence of the US is threatened by the potentially chaotic unraveling of a political, security, and economic architecture that has structured the world for the past seventy or so years.” writes Howard D. Read More

The Illiberal Tide

March 26, 2021 0

Alexander Cooley and Daniel Nexon discuss why the international order is toward autocracy in a piece for Foreign Affairs. “Does an illiberal order necessarily mean competition for naked power among increasingly nationalist great powers, rampant Read More

Conserving the U.S. alliance advantage

December 3, 2020 0

Jeffery Stacey and I have a new piece in Foreign Affairs called “Fear of Trump’s Populism Might Save American Alliances.” Our basic argument is that: Biden cannot easily undo this damage to U.S. credibility. But he can make U.S. Read More

The Debate Over “Liberal International Order”

September 3, 2019 0

The last two years has seen a fierce debate about the very idea of “liberal international order.” Patrick Porter—who has a book on the subject coming out—and Paul Staniland have each written blistering criticisms. Graham Read More

Managing Exit: Progressive Foreign Policy

September 3, 2019 0

Back in 2018 I wrote a piece for Foreign Affairs called “Toward a Neo-Progressive Foreign Policy: the Case for an Internationalist Left.” Some readers may notice that, on my editor’s advice, I modeled the start Read More