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The Reagan Institute Strategy Group (RISG) is dedicated to studying, developing, and promoting U.S. foreign policy and national security principles and priorities for the 21st century. RISG is working to develop a set of policies that are responsive to today’s political environment and promote America’s security and prosperity, as well as a peaceful international order where free peoples and economic freedom will flourish. RISG gathers conservative leaders with extensive experience in national security and foreign policy who will continue to be involved in the policy process both in and out of government.

 

The Future of Conservative Internationalism

A Collection of Essays from the Reagan Institute Strategy Group

Convened in Beaver Creek, Colorado, in July 2019

RISG Essays

Introduction: American Leadership

Defining the Debate: Is Conservative Internationalism Dead?

Democracy and Authoritarianism: Should Values Still Matter in Conservative Foreign Policy?

A Post-American Middle East? U.S. Policy After 17 Years of the Long War

Is the GOP Still the Party of Free Trade?

The Return of Strategic Competition: How to Develop an Enduring Strategy

Future of Conservative Foreign Policy: Political Realities and Electoral Viability

Defense Strategy and Priorities: Topline or Transformation?

How the Post-9/11 Generation Views American Power