IR experts view the postwar multilateral order as beneficial to the United States and strongly disagree with efforts to dismantle it.
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The most important report being written in Washington today is a Pentagon study on the U.S. military presence in Poland.
With the Trump administration wavering in its European commitments, Germany considers going its own way.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is considering reasserting its role in foreign policy.
How should NATO handle democratic backsliding within the alliance?
On July 26, a bipartisan coalition of senators introduced legislation that would require congressional approval for any effort to withdraw the United States from NATO. The bill also authorizes counsel to litigate any effort to withdraw absent its consent. The document is available in full below:
On Wednesday, the North Atlantic Council released the following communique on behalf of the heads of state of NATO member-countries. The full document is below.
How a dispute between Harry Truman and congressional skeptics established presidential authorities that are unquestioned today.
Russia is whittling away at U.S. influence in Eastern Europe. The Trump administration will have to do more to preserve the post-Cold War order.
Trump’s First Foreign Trip and the Fate of the Paris Agreement: Reading the Tea Leaves from the G7 and NATO Summits
President Trump’s campaign promise to “cancel” the Paris Agreement, and his subsequent statement that he has an “open mind” on the question, will now be transported to the multilateral stage in a setting of high politics.