12 U.S. Foreign Policy Resolutions for 2015

As we all do, I have been thinking a lot about what 2015 will bring. Here are some of my thoughts, in no particular order, on what U.S. foreign policy must focus on this year. 1) Revitalize NATO NATO is a critical body for international security, but its importance and resources have been waning. As Russia tests the limits of NATO’s resolve, aggravating Cold War mentalities, NATO must stand strong as a coalition to safeguard freedom, security, and democratic values. 2) Finalize and adopt outstanding trade deals Negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)...

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Five Lessons in Leadership from Amazon and The Washington Post

The recent sale of the Washington Post by the Graham family to Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has significance not just for Post readers throughout the United States and around the world, but also for everyone paying close attention to the swift changes taking place in modern media. This includes, of course, how global audiences receive and assimilate the rapid-fire information fed to them through the 24-hour news cycle.

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