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Archive for June 2018

The United States Is Being Played

“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” – Sun Tzu   American power is dissipating. Matthew Edwin Carpenter explains why.   Part of it is intentional from the American side: President Trump is deliberately removing the U.S. from the centerpiece of a multilateral alliance structure. Withdrawing from TPP, the Paris…

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YPFP Brussels Vacancy: Security and Defence Officer

Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) Brussels is currently looking to recruit a voluntary Security and Defence (SecDef) Officer. The successful candidate will work under the direct management of the Director of Security and Defence to plan, organise and moderate YPFP Brussels events.   We are looking for someone with a strong and demonstrable interest in foreign…

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US Foreign Investment Review Process Needs to Reform, But Not Target China

This article was originally posted in Political Insights. By Christian Honeywood and John M. Zindar   From hyper-high tariffs to new extreme scrutiny for visa-seeking Chinese, the White House, with growing support in Congress, is taking a sledgehammer to transpacific commerce. Christian Honeywood and John Zindar write that singling out China again in new foreign investment…

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