Countering Violent Extremism

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Grand Strategy, Politics and Society
Last week, members of the Grand Strategy and Middle East Discussion Groups held a joint meeting where they discussed the lessons learned from countering violent extremism (CVE). Bidjan Nashat, a member of the Middle ... Read More »

Syria: To Intervene, or not to Intervene

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Politics and Society
Sometimes you can’t beat The Onion for brutal, telling honesty: 'Syrians' Lives Are Worthless,' Obama Tells Daughters Before Kissing Them Goodnight That is not true, but in policy circles it feels like it may as well be ... Read More »

The Age of Austerity and Aid: EU Development Goals for 2030 and Beyond

Posted on [created] by Alex Godson in Global Development
The European Union is the world’s largest aid donor. Naturally, it wants to set the international development agenda when the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) expire in 2015. However, with the development budget ... Read More »

Lt. Benjamin Luxenberg – A Model for YPFP Members

Posted on [created] by Matt Hays in Economics and Finance, Grand Strategy, Leadership
  Young Professionals in Foreign Policy’s (YPFP) mission is to foster the next generation of foreign policy leaders, the men and women who will be forced to make far-reaching decisions that will drive firms, non-profits ... Read More »

Still on Top

Posted on [created] by Matt Hays in Grand Strategy, Security/Intelligence
Recently, the U.S. arms industry has enjoyed a string of banner years. So it was surprising to read Jonathan Caverley and Ethan Kapstein's claim that Washington has lost its dominance in the global arms market. Reports ... Read More »