My new essay for on why the liberal international order no longer works as the organizing principle of US strategy and what should take its place
The liberal international order must evolve to confront authoritarianism, writes
The liberal international order must evolve to confront authoritarianism, writes
The new piece by on the future of the Democratic Party's foreign policy is basically the opposite of what I wrote last week. Read them both:
Read why I think the US needs to move beyond liberal international order to a free world strategy— push back more against new-authoritarianism, get out of Afghanistan, get tough with Gulf allies, and think about kicking Hungary and Turkey out of NATO
Thought-provoking article by on the need for a "free world" strategy
“The postwar American strategy of creating an order was always about..the flourishing of free societies. It is time to rediscover that spirit and intention.” My colleague goes beyond the hand-wringing. Concrete ideas for what’s next.
The sound you hear is the collective smirk in the editorial office of International Security Journal. Or maybe a collective sigh in Brookings and Atlantic Council. Either.
Preserving the liberal international order can no longer be the guiding principle of US strategy. In this age of new tech threats and increasingly ambitious rivals, America must push back against neo-authoritarianism with more muscle and tact
. argues in his latest piece for that "Americans must figure out how to preserve liberty at home, amid political and technological shifts, while also pushing back against its great power rivals."
“Americans must figure out how to preserve liberty at home, amid political and technological shifts, while also pushing back against its great power rivals.” Important piece by
The Liberal International Order Must Be Replaced - The Atlantic
"Investments in AI technology appear to be giving Beijing the ability to monitor its entire population and make authoritarian rule efficient and effective. These technologies are highly exportable and will appeal to wannabe authoritarians the world over."