The U.S. Needs a New Foreign Policy Agenda for 2016

In Foreign Policy, AHS speaker William Inboden discusses why foreign policy might figure more prominently in the 2016 cycle than it has in recent elections:

"By any reasonable standard the world is a more dangerous place today than it was in 2008. Terrorists we had thought were vanquished are now back with a vengeance, not only reversing the hard-fought gains we had made in Iraq but once again potentially threating the American homeland."