Responses to the Ten QuestionsCornell Law Faculty Publications
- Foreign policy
AbstractThis essay responds to a question posed by the William Mitchell Law Review for its annual national security issue: Has Obama Improved Bush's National Security Policies? I maintain that Obama Administration practices have been marked by striking continuities with those of the previous Administration. I then attempt to explain these continuities by discussing how American policymakers across the political spectrum share basic assumptions about the concept of national security and the need for an aggressive and interventionist foreign policy.
Publication CitationPublished in: William Mitchell Law Review, vol. 37, no. 5 (2011).
Citation InformationAziz Rana. "Responses to the Ten Questions" (2011)
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