Description - Power and Superpower by Morton H. Halperin
In Power and Superpower, some of the United States' most distinguished and experienced policymakers and experts outline a foreign policy that would allow America to reclaim its status as a reliable and visionary global leader. The essays identify the pressing foreign policy issues currently facing the United States and provide analysis to underpin a progressive foreign policy
that would call upon all of America's strengths and respect the commitments we share with the rest of the world.
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Author Biography - Morton H. Halperin
Morton H. Halperin is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress and director of U.S. advocacy for the Open Society Institute. He served in the federal government in the Clinton, Nixon, and Johnson administrations, most recently from December 1998 to January 2001 as director of the Policy Planning Staff at the Department of State. Jeffrey Laurenti is a senior fellow at The Century Foundation. As a senior adviser to the United Nations Foundation, he served as deputy director of the United Nations and Global Security Initiative. He was executive director of policy studies at the United Nations Association of the United States until 2003, and currently serves on the association's board of directors. Peter Rundlet is vice president and managing director for national security at the Center for American Progress. Prior to this, he was counsel to the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (the 9/11 Commission) and was associate counsel to the president during the Clinton administration. Spencer P. Boyer is director of international law and diplomacy in the National Security and International Policy Department at the Center for American Progress. He was previously the executive director and War Powers Initiative director at the Constitution Project, based at Georgetown University's Public Policy Institute, and has served with international courts and tribunals in The Hague, Zurich, and Paris.