American foreign policy is no longer effective because in recent memory it has concentrated on the “foreign,” to the neglect of the “American” and the “policy.”
Most Americans instinctively understand this, and the promise of a foreign policy that would put “America First” was one of the reasons for the success of the Trump campaign.
But what does putting America first actually look like in terms of our relations with the nearly two hundred countries around the globe?
This book, written for those who scratch their heads at the mention of South Ossetia or Kurdistan, will take the entire world and break it down piece by piece, showing where America’s interests lie, and, just as important, where they do not.
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