In 1975, the United States adopted the Helsinki Accords, a wide-ranging agreement designed to reduce tensions between the Soviet Union and the West that 35 nations signed.
Month: January 2020
Hamilton Lugar School Faculty Discuss Contentious Ramifications of Qasem Soleimani’s Death
Tensions between the US and Iran reached a pivotal point on January 3rd when President Trump ordered a drone strike on Qasem Soleimani, a major general in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and commander of Iran’s Quds Force, which is considered a terrorist organization by the US, Canada, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain.
Hamilton on Foreign Policy #133: US-Iran Conflict Demands Diplomacy
The killing of General Qasem Soleimani in a U.S. drone strike has raised tensions between Iran and the United States to a new level. The overriding question is, will we slide into a war?
Hamilton on Foreign Policy #132: We can’t know the future, but we can make it better
Is America in decline, or are our best days still to come? It’s a question that pundits, politicians and many of the rest of us often discuss. Are we pessimistic or optimistic about our future?