August 21, 2019

Jakub Grygiel, associate professor, foregin policy, published commentary on the National Review about the role of values in foreign policy.

...The character of a nation shapes its foreign policy. Ideas, values, and how nations organize themselves matter. They establish the parameters of what is desirable and what is acceptable. A U.S. foreign policy that did not reflect the principles upon which the American republic was founded, for example, would be both unsustainable and undesirable...

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