Issue Brief - Testing Assumptions to Craft More Effective Policies for the
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Issue Brief - Testing Assumptions to Craft More Effective Policies for the

25 January 2021

Summary

By forcing the foreign policy establishment to defend its thinking and The Scowcroft Center for Strategy and policies, NAEI aims to open a new seam in the policy debate and generate a more Security works to develop sustainable, lively, fruitful, and effective strategic dialogue—one that is capable of producing a nonpartisan strategies to address the most important security challenges facing the su. [...] The Center honors General Brent Scowcroft’s legacy As the Joe Biden administration populates the various national security departments of service and embodies his ethos of and agencies and begins the process of drafting a new national security strategy, nonpartisan commitment to the cause it should pause to consider the assumptions that guide its work. [...] If the United States and gas, and the global energy market’s center of gravity has relinquishes its historical role in the international system, the shifted to the Western Hemisphere. [...] Suppliers and consumers have a Pointing to the mismatch between the theoretical behavior compelling vested interest in the undisrupted flow of energy to of a benevolent hegemon that puts the interests of others markets, and those markets have proved remarkably resilient above itself, and the United States’ self-serving actions when and adaptable. [...] In addition to his work at the Atlantic Council, Preble co-hosts the “Net Assessment” podcast in the War on the Rocks network, and he teaches the US Foreign Policy elective at the University of California, Washington Center.

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