America First? Explaining Continuity and Change in Trump’s Foreign Policy
Paul K. MacDonald examines shifts in American foreign policy during the first year of Donald Trump’s presidency. He finds that Trump has not disrupted American foreign policy as dramatically as he promised, and that his choices appear driven more by domestic and bureaucratic politics than an overarching vision.
All Measures Short of War: The Contest for the 21st Century and the Future of American Power, Thomas J. Wright Reviewed by Paul K. MacDonald
Why NATO Endures, Wallace Thies Reviewed by Paul K. MacDonald
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