New Perspectives in Foreign Policy Issue 17
A journal written by and for the enrichment of young professionals.
In this issue:
- Neo-Ottomanism: Turkey’s foreign policy approach to Africa
- Questions for Humanitarian Action in 2019
- Coming Together to Fight Fake News: Lessons from the European Approach to Disinformation
- The Ignored Indigenous Genius
- A Friend of a Friend: How Better China- Japan Relations Benefit the United States
- Young Guns: Freshman National Security Figures in the 116th Congress’ House of Representatives
- Too Little for Too Much? Or A Lot for A Little? The Air Force OA-X Light-Attack Program
- The Give-and-Take of BRI in Africa
- Chabahar Port: Unlocking Afghanistan’s Potential
- Civil-Military Relations: Increasing Awareness and Reducing the Gap
About New Perspectives
New Perspectives in Foreign Policy is published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) to provide a forum for young professionals to debate issues of importance in foreign policy. Though New Perspectives seeks to bring new voices into the dialogue, it does not endorse specific opinions or policy prescriptions. As such, the views expressed herein are solely those of the authors and contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Editorial Board, CSIS, or the CSIS Board of Trustees.