Does Anti-Americanism Matter for U.S. Foreign Policy?
CPS Anti-Americanism Program at Central European University and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace organized a debate entitled ‘Does Anti-Americanism Matter for US Foreign Policy?’ on November 3 in Washington DC. Tod Lindberg, co-chair of the Anti-Americanism working group within the Princeton Project on National Security presented a draft report that investigates the phenomenon of anti-Americanism, its impact on U.S. national security and foreign policy, its causes, and what, if anything, policymakers could have done to address it.
Ivan Krastev, Research Director of the Anti-Americanism Program at Central European University, Tamas David-Barrett, head of research of Budapest Economics and Alex Rondos, former Ambassador at Large from Greece gave their comments and views on the economic and political consequences of anti-Americanism. Discussion was moderated by Thomas Carothers, Senior Associate and Director of the Democracy and Rule of Law Project at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Steering Committee Member of the Anti-Americanism Program at Central European University.