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Once Upon a Time, There Was a U.S. Foreign Policy Triumph

Laurel Miller, our Asia Program Director, draws from her experience of the 1995 Dayton negotiations to highlight key components of a past U.S. foreign policy success.

She served in the U.S. State Department under three administrations, most recently as acting Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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American foreign policy in the last two decades has produced more spectacular disasters, decidedly mixed outcomes and rapidly reversed feats than significant and enduring…

Iraq, Afghanistan and the Iran nuclear deal are only the leading examples of these poor…

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