Hot, HOT TOPICS. Revisit, April 20- 25, 2017. By Terence Morris, Founder, PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION. May 22, 2017 9:14 AM. Join PACE TULSA NOW…TEXT: PACEPAC TO: 22828 OR Register | Lost your password?.
|The Brilliant Incoherence of Trump’s Foreign Policy
Posted: 25 Apr 2017 02:05 PM PDT
Trump dominated the election-year debate by proposing a more hopped-up version of foreign-policy activism than the usual advocates of activism, and a fuller kind of disengagement than those who wanted to scale down. The combination—radicalism at both ends of the spectrum—seemed the essence of his appeal. For Trump, American policy was supposed to serve only American interests. Best of all, Trump suggested, his entire approach would be free. Yes, we could be “great again”—and on the cheap. Such a blend of much more and much less could easily have seemed incoherent, or crazy. But the two halves of Trump’s formula worked together better than critics appreciated.
|France’s Presidential Election
Posted: 25 Apr 2017 01:30 PM PDT
CFR’s James M. Lindsay, Robert McMahon, and Philip Gordon examine the outcome of the first round of France’s presidential election.
|The World’s Hotspots
Posted: 25 Apr 2017 12:39 PM PDT
Experts discuss the most important flashpoints in international affairs for the current administration.
|The Changing Role of Media
Posted: 25 Apr 2017 12:34 PM PDT
Experts discuss the changing role of the media within this administration and beyond and how the media should proceed to cover the Trump presidency.
|Keynote: 2017 Conference on Diversity in International Affairs
Posted: 25 Apr 2017 12:33 PM PDT
Following a welcome message by James Lindsay, Calvin Sims, in conversation with Mira Patel, launch the 2017 Conference on Diversity in International Affairs with a keynote address about leadership, mentorship, and diversity in international affairs.
|How To Restore Free Speech on Campus
Posted: 24 Apr 2017 07:16 AM PDT
Elliott Abrams reflects on free speech and his recent visit to University of California, Berkeley.
|The Need to Change Palestinian Political Culture
Posted: 24 Apr 2017 06:56 AM PDT
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas will be visiting Washington soon and will call for a renewed commitment to the creation of a Palestinian state. But both opinion polls, and actions by the Palestinian Authority glorifying terrorism and terrorists, suggest that Palestinian political culture is oriented to violence and revanchism, not to peace. Elliott Abrams argues that a change in Palestinian political culture is a necessary precondition for real peace.
|A Taiwanese Man’s Detention in Guangdong Threatens a Key Pillar of Cross-Straits Relations
Posted: 20 Apr 2017 12:08 PM PDT
In this article Jerome Cohen and Yu-Jie Chen examine the case of Lee Ming-che, a Taiwanese human rights activist who was detained in China, and the risks his detention poses for cross-strait relations.
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