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Democratic Internationalism: An American Grand Strategy for a Post-exceptionalist Era

Speakers: Daniel Deudney, Associate Professor of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University
G. John Ikenberry, Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University
David Brooks, Columnist, The New York Times
Presider: Stewart M. Patrick, Senior Fellow and Director, International Institutions and Global Governance program, Council on Foreign Relations
December 18, 2012

The discussion outlines a new U.S. grand strategy focused on reinvigorating solidarity between the United States and established democracies in defense of a world based on liberal principles and the rule of law.


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