For a large part of the 20th century American grand strategy has had a complex relationship to domestic economic and political realities.
Today, Americans continue to be divided along social, economic and racial lines. The recent protests against institutional and structural racism across the US suggest that values such as justice, equality and human rights are in voters’ minds as they head to the polls. But how might that manifest into policy and how will it affect America’s role in the world?
Has America’s global role in recent history come at the expense of domestic prosperity and social growth?
What are the implications for foreign policy with a second Trump term?
And how can Biden’s foreign policy platform compete with one that claims to put America first?