US Foreign Policy

Total 24 Posts

9/11 did not change the world – it was already on the path to decades of conflict.

7 min read
The 9/11 attacks did not change the world. They were further steps along a well-signed path leading to two decades of conflict, four failed wars and no clear end in sight.

Three takeaways from the Taliban’s return to Kabul.

3 min read
For two decades the Afghan government didn’t care about its people enough to look after the country better, while the United States refused to be forced to eat humble pie.

Joe Biden sends a clear message to the watching world – America’s back.

4 min read
Biden’s inaugural speech focused mainly on healing domestic rifts and a new kind of politics at home. But he also signalled a return to engagement with the outside world.

Biden presidency marks a return to normalcy after chaotic Trump years.

5 min read
After four tumultuous years under Donald Trump, Joe Biden becomes president and pledges to advocate for for unity and healing.

Joe Biden, convener of the free world?

3 min read
Donald Trump being occasionally referred to as the “leader of the free world” was a lazy habit indulged in by the western media.

Why Biden will find it hard to undo Trump’s costly ‘America first’ trade policy.

7 min read
President-elect Biden hopes to restore America’s global leadership on issues like trade, but populists in both parties may make his job a lot harder.

The US Election and Human Rights.

5 min read
President-Elect Joe Biden inherits ongoing conflicts and significant challenges. His renewed embrace of international institutions however shouldn’t make human rights practitioners less vigilant.
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