At a time of global uncertainty, what is the future of American foreign policy?
A volatile Middle East, an unpredictable Russia and China, a nuclear North Korea — understanding complicated developments and events has never been more critical. With the election fast approaching, we must ask ourselves: what is America’s role in the world and what can be fixed?
Who better to ask than Johns Hopkins foreign policy specialist and bestselling author Michael Mandelbaum. The New York Times described him as "one of the country's leading public intellectuals," and Foreign Policy magazine named him one of the Top 100 Global Thinkers. His latest book is Mission Failure: America and the World in the Post-Cold War Era, which Tom Friedman called “a must-read.”
Click here to read Michael Mandelbaum’s recent interview on “the Obama administration’s legacy, the impact of a resurgent Iran, and the potential for disruption caused by black swan events.”
In his speaking engagements, Michael Mandelbaum discusses the major questions of the day, from geopolitics and the global economy to Donald Trump and the future of Democracy.