What America Must Do
|Friday, January 11,2008 23:36|
|By Jessica Tuchman Mathews, Dmitri Trenin|
America’s relationship with the world is in disrepair. Anger, resentment, and fear have replaced the respect the United States once enjoyed. Foreign Policy magazine asked a group of the world’s leading thinkers (including two Carnegie experts) to answer one question: What single policy or gesture can the next president of the United States make to improve America’s standing in the world?
What America Must Do: Open the Door To Damascus
Mathews" full article is only available to FP subscribers. A short excerpt is available here: What America Must Do: Open the Door To Damascus, Foreign Policy, January/February 2008.
What America Must Do: Travel to Tehran
Trenin"s full article is only availble to FP subscribers. A short excerpt is available here: What America Must Do: Travel to Tehran, Foreign Policy, January/February 2008.
This commentary is reprinted with permission from the Arab Reform Bulletin. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace."