Lawfare readers have followed and discussed the Snowden revelations with a mixture of dread and excitement. Our focus, understandably, is on the impact of the leaks on the intelligence community and on U.S. national security policy.
Summary: Sunday is a day for contemplation. Today let’s look at the FM website. What’s the point of the project? What’s the cost? Why is worth doing? Some of these answers might help or even inspire you to action. .
We seem oblivious to the major changes going on in the world around us. One of these is the gradual disengagement of the United States from the broader regions of Europe and the Middle East. The US is settling its accounts with Syria and Iran, and ...
The US foreign policy "pivot" landed US Vice-President Joe Biden in Asia last week on some smouldering rocky terrain. Well, welcome to the Asian Century!
FP colleague Dan Drezner has a good post up on the recent Council on Foreign Relations/Pew poll of U.S. attitudes toward foreign policy, which shows a wholly unsurprising decline in American enthusiasm for a really active international role.
Bahrain, Algeria and Iran became new buyers of Canadian weapons in 2012, according to an analysis by The Canadian Press