The XII Project, a non-partisan initiative, seeking to elevate the debate on the most pressing foreign policy challenges facing the U.S. leading up to the 2012 U.S. Presidential election, is …Continue
As the 2012 Republican race plods along, the XII Project is pleased to announce the formation of an advisory board to help shape strategy and messaging on the key foreign policy challenges confronting the U.S. leading up to the Presidential election. The board is made up of former USG officials, former campaign officials, academics, media officials and entreprenuers. They include:
Rick Blalock, CNN…Continue
Sarah Holewinski, Executive Director, Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict (CIVIC) offers a riveting expose on the cost of war to innocent victims. She explores the impact of the Afghanistan war in this provocative interview. Ms. Holewinski examines the ongoing efforts by the U.S. military, NATO and allied…Continue
Dr. Caleb Rossiter, former counselor to Congressman William Delahunt (D-MA) discusses his latest book, The Turkey and the Eagle: The Struggle For America’s Global Role.
This book tells the story of how US politics became mired in the assumption of domination, and it offers a way for advocates of a foreign policy of cooperation to change that assumption. That is the real issue....
Would America be an eagle or a turkey in its relations with others?…
Perhaps no continent is more perplexing than Africa. It’s home to many of the world’s most precious natural resources as well as a majority of the worst dictators, despots, and failed states on the planet. Yet, for all the doom and gloom wrought on the continent, there is much positive that’s happening: South Sudan is now an independent nation; South Africa recently joined the B.R.I.C.S. a group of emerging developing nations; and many countries, notably China, India, UAE, are making…Continue