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Jul. 2024

The Double Crisis of U.S. Foreign Policy

John Feffer

In the 2024 elections, the U.S. faces a debate over its global role. While foreign policy may not be the key election issue, the outcome will significantly impact U.S. international relations and its approach to maintaining global dominance in a changing world.

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The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung is an internationally operating, progressive non-profit institution for civic education. Active since 1990, the foundation works to promote democratic and social participation, empowerment of disadvantaged groups, alternatives for economic and social development, conflict prevention, and peaceful conflict resolution. Its international activities aim to provide civic education through academic analyses, public programs, and projects conducted together with partner institutions. The foundation has established 23 regional offices around the world. Learn More