A Growing Sense of Realism and Restraint

Jeremy Lott, senior fellow at the American security Initiative Foundation, covered the Charles Koch Institute’s foreign policy conference, “Advancing American Security,” for The American Spectator. Lott described the conference as a forum to “inject realism, restraint, and consideration for concrete American national interests back into what passes for foreign policy debate today.” Lott recognized such debate as necessary, writing:

“Much of the political establishment in D.C., both Republican and Democrat, is committed to pursuing more of the same: more wars, more interventions, more preaching. Here, finally, was something different …”

Read the rest of Lott’s coverage at The American Spectator

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