The Case for an Unprincipled Foreign Policy

The Wilson Quarterly (3) (2015)
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Abstract

Drawing from Dancy's notion of ethical particularism, we explore why foreign policy doctrines are counterproductive in terms of crafting sound responses to complex, fluid and dynamic events. However, despite their horrible track record, foreign policy dogmas remain ubiquitous--a phenomenon which is largely a function of how useful they are in the political sphere.

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Musa Al-Gharbi
Columbia University

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