A New Foreign Policy for the United States: Basic Issues

Morgenthau, Hans J.
January 1967
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Jan1967, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p7
The article focuses on the issue regarding foreign policy in the U.S. The author emphasizes the need to devise new policies capable of dealing successfully with the issues of a different age. He suggests that the country must free itself from the burden of obsolescent policies which have become mechanical routines and embark on a radical rethinking of the issues and of the policies adequate to them. He stresses that the Americans must come to terms with their allies, with the communist world, with the uncommitted third of the world, with nuclear power and with themselves.


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