Peter Feaver

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Peter Feaver is professor of political science and public policy at Duke University. He is a contributor to Foreign Policy magazine. From 1993-1994, Feaver served as a staffer on the National Security Council.

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After six months of the Trump Administration, America's professional diplomats are reportedly "desperate" for a foreign policy — or even for something to do.

Is US diplomacy under friendly fire?

After six months of the Trump Administration, America's professional diplomats are reportedly "desperate" for a foreign policy — or even for something to do.

from To the Point

After yesterday's sweeping primary victories, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are both acting like they're not just front-runners any more.

The Donald Gets "Presidential," Hillary Spreads the Love

After yesterday's sweeping primary victories, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are both acting like they're not just front-runners any more.

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The Iraq War: What Has It Cost? What Are the Lessons?

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