Adrian A. Basora, Kenneth Yalowitz
Domestic divisions and propaganda offensives undermine U.S. interests.
We cannot “make America great again” unless America is secure both at home and in its global position. But what does this have to do with democracy?
During the first decade after the 1991 fall of the Soviet Union, President George H. W. Bush’s goal of “a Europe whole and free” and a wider world largely at peace seemed within reach. The deadly threats of the Cold War were gone, and the democratic revolutions that appeared to be sweeping through eastern Europe and elsewhere created optimism as to …read more
Source: The National Interest