International

55th U.S. Air Force Academy Assembly

US India Relations: Partners in Democracy

54th U.S. Air Force Academy Assembly

US-China Relations: Conflict or Cooperation in the 21st Century.

Public Engagement in U.S. Foreign Policy After the Cold War

1993
 

In an increasingly interconnected world where the lines between "foreign" and "domestic" are becoming increasingly blurred, The Assembly examined the institutions that influence public debate on the role the United States should play in the world.

   

Public Engagement in U.S. Foreign Policy After the Cold War

In an increasingly interconnected world where the lines between "foreign" and "domestic" are becoming increasingly blurred, The Assembly examined the institutions that influence public debate on the role the United States should play in the world.

U.S. Foreign Policy and the United Nations System

1996. Charles William Maynes (ed.), Richard S. Williamson (ed.)
A collection of essays that explores the need for reform in the United Nations system, the role (and limits) of US involvement in that process, and the conditions of effective bipartisan engagement with the UN over time. The volume draws on participants and findings from a 1995 American Assembly devoted to the subject.
 

U.S. Foreign Policy and the United Nations System

1995
The report from the 1995 Assembly of this name describes breakdown of bipartisan approaches to US involvement with the UN system and calls for a recommitment of the parties to a politically sustainable and consistent strategy of engagement.

Threatened Peoples Threatened Borders: World Migration and U.S. Policy

1994

 

This 1994 Assembly was convened in the wake of disturbing international emergencies in Bosnia, Haiti, Rwanda, and other nations.  The report advocated identifying instruments of U.S. foreign policy that can reduce unwanted migration, promote human rights, and work to achieve democracy.  A book by the same title was published by The American Assembly the following year.

 

Threatened Peoples Threatened Borders: World Migration and U.S. Policy

1995. Michael S. Teitelbaum (ed.), Myron Weiner (ed.)
 
International migration has risen rapidly to the top of the agenda for both foreign and domestic U.S. policy.  Human dramas involving millions of refugees from around the globe have been the focus of extensive media attention, and international migration has also become a decisive element in U.S. domestic politics.  In this collection of original essays, some of America's leading authorities from government, academia, religious and nonprofit organizations, law, and the media examine the critical issues at hand for U.S. policy on migration.
 

After the Soviet Union: Implications for U.S. Policy

1992

 

After the collapse of the Soviet system, the United States was presented with the opportunity of a political and military shift  in the heartland of Eurasia.  This 1992 meeting and report sought to discuss the potential of filling that void the Soviet states left behind, while taking into account the economic collapse and ethnic tension that threatened the stability of the region. Participants in this Assembly focused on the concepts of partnership and leadership with a multilateral outlook.

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