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THE NEXT 50 YEARS OF FOREIGN POLICY

In the next 50 years, how will U.S. foreign policy have to change to serve the country’s interests?

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“The United States has wasted $5 trillion fighting its post-9/11 wars. In the same period, the American working classes have suffered. This money should be spent on them.”

—Kishore Mahbubani, author of Has China Won?

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