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What is ‘conservative’ foreign policy? A conversation with Professor Colin Dueck

Realism, neoconservatism, isolationism — all these labels and more have been employed to describe the foreign policy of past Republican presidential administrations. The debate continues today as supporters and detractors alike struggle to define a “Trump Doctrine,” if such a thing can be said to exist. To discuss the history of Republican foreign policy, and what a coherent conservative approach should look like going forward, we’re joined by Colin Dueck.

Colin Dueck is a Jeane Kirkpatrick visiting scholar at AEI, where his research focuses on the interconnection between US national security strategies and party politics, conservative ideas, and presidential leadership. He is also a professor in the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University, where he is the faculty adviser for the Alexander Hamilton Society. A senior nonresident fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, he has also served as a foreign policy adviser on several Republican presidential campaigns.

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