CFR President Richard Haass discusses his latest Foreign Affairs article on the emergence of a new era in the Middle East.
Counterterrorism expert Bruce Hoffman discusses the White House's new National Strategy for Combatting Terrorism, which he says is imperfect, but a substantial improvement on its predecessor.
This document describes the "nature of the terrorist threat today" and defines the U.S. Government's goals and strategies for acting against terrorism. Building on the February 2003 version and the National Security Strategy of March 2006, the 2006 report updates the Bush administration's strategy against the war on terror.
For this year’s John B. Hurford Memorial Lecture, Josef Joffe talks about the United States’ position as the world’s single superpower and analyzed its recent foreign policy strategy.
Paul J. Saunders and Morton H. Halperin debate the wisdom of the U.S. policy of promoting democracy.
Listen to General Anthony Zinni explain how the United States can effectively use its power to improve security, democracy, and human rights in the world.
Watch General Anthony Zinni explain how the United States can effectively use its power to improve security, democracy, and human rights in the world.
General Anthony Zinni argues that despite the United States’ matchless power, it is failing to achieve the goals that matter most: enhancing democracy and security, giving people opportunities to improve their lives, and increasing respect for human rights. He explains what has gone wrong and how the United States can effectively use its power to secure peace in the world.