Special Forum

By most accounts, the last four years have been something of a sea change in US foreign policy. During this time, the US has stepped back from its familiar leadership role in several multilateral initiatives, cast aspersions at global governance efforts, flirted with dictators and authoritarian regimes more openly and brazenly than ever in the past, and pursued hawkish policies and postures that have contributed to the freefall in Sino-US relations. Not since the 1992 election, which conveyed Bill Clinton into power in the first election of the post-Cold War era, have US presidential election campaigns taken place against the backdrop of such dramatic systemic change.

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