Posts Tagged: Multilateralism
A new book argues that there's been nothing visionary about Barack Obama's foreign policy.
Some countries are starting to think that it's time to move on from the USA.
The latest pandemic scare seems to be easing. It's time to get the big picture on prevention right.
New China-India-Russia security cooperation: a threat to U.S. security or a door to true multilateralism?
In the recent debate on permanent normal trade relations (PNTR) with China, some progressives argued that failure to ratify the bilateral deal would constitute a retreat into unilateralism.
After a worldwide removal of regulatory constraints, market forces have assumed a dominant role in the international financial system.
The ongoing struggle in Iran between Islamic reformers and Islamic hard-liners, along with struggles within the U.S. foreign policy establishment between hawks and those seeking accommodation, has left U.S.-Iranian relations in a state of flux.
In recent years, U.S. policy toward Cuba has been guided by two primary objectives or tracks: to isolate the Cuban government and to provide support to the Cuban population.
What is called drug trafficking in the U.S. is in fact a major, multifaceted, and global industry.
U.S. drug policy has failed to reduce either the overall quantities of drugs produced and delivered or the number of seriously addicted drug abusers in the United States.