From The National Interest, Robert D. Kaplan on the tragedy of U.S. foreign policy; and Robert W. Merry on America's default foreign policy. Jeremi Suri reviews Rethinking Anti-Americanism: The History of an Exceptional Concept in American Foreign Relations by Max Paul Friedman. America not an empire, really? Thomas Bender reviews American Umpire by Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman. Does framing world capitalism in terms of “American empire” help us think about how the rise of finance has changed class relationships? Dick Bryan and Mike Rafferty investigate. Syria is a very minor blip in the course of US foreign policy. Restoring “America the Brave”: Rob Ivory on a roadmap to a new kind of American leadership. How should the United States wield power in a changing world? Jim Glassman interviews Joseph Nye, author of The
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