Principled Conservatism in America’s Foreign Affairs and National Security Policy

This NSI Report proposes a broad vision for what a ‘principled conservatism’ in U.S. foreign and national security policy might look like by exploring such topics as:


1. Great power competition, democracy, and the rule of law


2. The role of professional expertise in policymaking


3. International allies and partners, terrorists and rogue regimes


4. Trade, immigration, and energy


5. Political dialogue and Constitutionalism


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