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The Death of Exceptionalism and the Birth of a New Foreign Policy

Currently ravaged by rioting, acrimonious domestic debates about the future of the country, and possibly the least effective coronavirus response on the...

General trends regarding the U.S. position in world order have been moving downwards for some time.

  • Christopher Mott
  • The National Interest

In July, Iran and China ramped up rhetoric related to the signing of a trade and security pact that would extend workarounds to the economic blockade placed on Tehran by U.S. sanctions.

Meanwhile, in the Mediterranean, Egypt and Turkey seem to be entering a post-American regional rivalry over the fates of the…

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