Whither Foreign Policy?

I’ve posted a short essay on bureaucracies, networks, and the future of foreign policy at The Glittering Eye.

My essay was prompted by an article on the execution of foreign policy by my friend, Mark Safranski of Zenpundit, at Democracy Project which I commend to your attention.

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Dave Schuler
About Dave Schuler
Over the years Dave Schuler has worked as a martial arts instructor, a handyman, a musician, a cook, and a translator. He's owned his own company for the last thirty years and has a post-graduate degree in his field. He comes from a family of politicians, teachers, and vaudeville entertainers. All-in-all a pretty good preparation for blogging. He has contributed to OTB since November 2006 but mostly writes at his own blog, The Glittering Eye, which he started in March 2004.

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