Symposium

Security Policy Is Economic Policy

By The Editors

One of the fault lines in both parties is trade. And trade, in turn, is part of a larger conversation: To what extent are our international security policies connected to our domestic economic policies? According to an esteemed group of thinkers we’ve gathered, they are not nearly connected enough, and it’s high time to think about how our global actions affect the country domestically, and as well as vice versa. Jennifer Harris, Heather Hurlburt, Bruce Jentleson, and Todd Tucker offer four insightful takes on the subject, in a symposium arranged by Hurlburt.

Security Policy Is Economic Policy

By Heather Hurlburt

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The Liberal Order Isn’t Coming Back: What Next?

By Bruce W. Jentleson

20 MIN READ

Making Trade Address Inequality

By Jennifer Harris

21 MIN READ

Toward an Institutional Turn on Trade

By Todd Tucker

21 MIN READ

The Editors of Democracy: A Journal of Ideas are Michael Tomasky (Editor), Jack Meserve (Managing Editor), and Sophia Crabbe-Field (Associate Editor).

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