Gordon Adams


The Solipsism of Self-Isolation

Decades of marginalizing countries we don't see eye to eye with has gotten the United States nowhere. It's time to engage.


Campaign Consequences Could Come Early This Year

As U.S. presidential candidates talk tough on ISIS and blast Obama for the Iran deal, their grandstanding on international politics could have real-world repercussions -- and soon.


Democracy-Pushing Is Not Cutting-Edge Foreign Policy

The State Department needs to stop peddling the same old, stagnant plans and propose a worthwhile strategy for how to handle the world’s problems.

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About Gordon Adams

Gordon Adams is a professor of international relations at American University's School of International Service and is a distinguished fellow at the Stimson Center. From 1993 to 1997, he was the senior White House budget official for national security.



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