June 22, 2008
Foreign Policy for the Next President
Next January, the new U.S. President will be confronted with the longest list of severe challenges any president has faced in decades. Prioritizing among them will be even more important than usual. In its new series, "Foreign Policy for the Next President", the Carnegie Endowment’s experts endeavor to do just that. They separate good ideas from dead ends and go beyond widely agreed goals to how to achieve them.
- Is a League of Democracies a Good Idea?
- Sunset for the Two-State Solution?
- Breaking the Suicide Pact: U.S.–China Cooperation on Climate Change
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