James W. Carden

James W. Carden writes about foreign affairs from Washington, DC. His work has appeared in The American Conservative, American Affairs, The National Interest, and The Nation where he is a contributing writer.  

How Do We Stop the Neocons From Starting Another Disaster in Ukraine?

Change is Coming to Berlin: What Will Germany’s New Foreign Policy Look Like?

In U.S. Foreign Policy are the Realists Finally on the Rise?

What Kind of a Threat is Russia?

Europe After Angela Merkel: Is the Atlantic Era Over?

What Next After 20 Years of War in Afghanistan? Anatol Lieven on the U.S. Legacy and the Taliban’s Rise

France Has a Military Generals Problem

The Return of the Anti-Antiwar Left