Stephen Hadley and Lawrence Summers – though clearly from different political parties – articulated strong agreement on the importance of America’s leadership in the world last month in Philadelphia.
2012 marks the 65th anniversary of the Marshall Plan, conceived by then-Secretary of State George Marshall, to aid the broken economies of Europe after World War II.
Representatives from U.S. global businesses met with government officials to explore ways the U.S. Government can improve on existing methods and programs to promote American business interests abroad. Officials from the White House, Departments...
President Obama defended American engagement abroad on Monday afternoon, and calling out the national security, economic, and humanitarian importance of U.S. international affairs programs. […]
There is no denying the impact modern technology and innovation have on statecraft and the use of power in foreign policy. The advent of the Internet has dramatically affected all forms of communication, including mass-media and trade. […]