“New polling data shows that the American public is much more likely to sense a natural alliance with European countries than the reverse,” writes Dina Smeltz in the Diplomat.
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Council President Daalder explains with CSIS that, "reassuring allies that we will be there when necessary, particularly for their nuclear defense, needs to become a focus."
"To change the trajectory of the relationship between North Korea and the US, it is critical that Americans pursue principled engagement," writes Matt Abbott in NK News.
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2021 Council data show where Biden's ideas overlap with the American middle class— and where they don't. Nonresident Senior Fellow Dan Drezner details in the Washington Post.
Dems must offer “economic opportunities and optimism to the largely white, working-class voters,” writes Nonresident Senior Fellow John Austin in the Hill.
"Subnational diplomacy offers an established, yet underutilized, opportunity for American officials to creatively engage Pyongyang," writes Matt Abbott in the Diplomat.
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“The administration should invest in making the case at home for how [foreign] policies benefit the American people,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford in the Chicago Tribune.