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US Leadership in a Changing World
Fall 2012

American Leadership
US foreign policy must adapt to a rapidly changing world; the next US president will be responsible for that evolution

American Leadership
Preventing genocide or mass atrocity means the next administration must coordinate internally, and internationally

American Leadership
Preventing a nuclear terrorist attack should remain a bipartisan priority, no matter who is president

American Leadership
The international system has contributed to peace and prosperity for many. Will it be preserved?

American Leadership

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Fall 2012 2012
The Path Forward on Global Summits
Summer 2012

Global Summitry
The proliferation of summits brings new hope, new challenges to diplomacy

Global Summitry
Mere photo opportunity or tip of a global iceberg?

Global Summitry
Summits are mile markers in ongoing diplomacy; a cynical press needs to recognize that

Global Summitry
The onus is on emerging countries to both adapt and lead in an international system they didn’t create

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Summer 2012 2012
R2P: The Next Decade
Spring 2012

R2P10
Policymakers, experts gather to assess the evolving principle of human protection

R2P10
The debate today is about how, not whether, to protect civilians

R2P10
For the R2P principle, 2011 proved to be a banner year for cooperation…and new complications

R2P10
As R2P moves into its second decade, questions of prevention and use of force grow more complex

R2P10
An excerpt of remarks by the UN secretary-general at “R2P: The Next Decade,” a conference held in January by the Stanley Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of NY, and the MacArthur Foundation


Spring 2012 2012