Coalition for a Realistic Foreign Policy
The Coalition for a Realistic Foreign Policy is a group of U.S. scholars, policy makers and citizens who oppose the current U.S. foreign policy, which they view as pursuing an American empire. The coalition questions both the morality and the efficacy of using military force and diplomatic pressure to achieve the aims of political and economic liberalization. As opposed to the increasingly prevalent geopolitical philosophy of neoconservatism, the coalition advocates foreign policy realism.
Members of the coalition include Andrew Bacevich, Stephen Walt, John Mearsheimer, Leon Hadar, James Kurth, Anatol Lieven, Scott McConnell, Doug Bandow, Nicholas Berry, Justin Logan, Christopher Layne, Christopher Preble, Steve Clemons, David Isenberg, Carolyn Eisenberg, Jeffrey Record, Charles Peña, and David Hendrickson.
- Asia Times, October 18, 2003 – Anti-empire forces strike back, by Jim Lobe
- The New Republic - Washington's New Worldview. Springtime for Realism - by Lawrence F. Kaplan - Post date 06.14.04 | Issue date 06.21.04
- The New York Times, September 11, 2005 – Neoreals, by William Safire
- SourceWatch: Coalition for a Realistic Foreign Policy
- War with Iraq is Not in America's National Interest
- An Open Letter to the American People at Sensible Foreign Policy
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