Number 54 | Spring 2007
Finding Our Way in a New WorldDownload Issue
Charting a New Course
Conference examines how United States might lead effectively in the 21st century
Conference on National and Global Security
Six breakout panels at the Stanley Foundation's Conference on National and Global Security delved into issues that often come up in the foundation's work. Here is a brief look at each discussion and what some panelists had to say.
Public Favors Both Diplomacy, Threat of Force
Large majorities of Americans see a vital need to earn international goodwill
Adapted from David Shorr's article in The Des Moines Register
How Should US Leaders Engage Asia?
Engagement is key to US policy in a region of conflicted past, an unclear future, and cross-border challenges growing ever-more complex
Conservatives and Progressives Work Toward Common Ground