Toward a Reform-Conservative Foreign Policy

In National Review, AHS speaker Colin Dueck proposes that American national-security policy can and should be based on the premise that U.S. military power does more good than harm in the world:

"A reform conservatism on national security would therefore look to correct some of the most common foreign-policy errors of the post–Cold War era, while bolstering America’s underlying strengths overseas. It would preserve uncontested U.S. military supremacy. It would make clear distinctions between allies and adversaries, while supporting the former and resisting the latter."