Roosevelt Institute | Cornell University

Caught Red Handed. Again.

By Luka Jankovic Published November 8, 2013

America's spying allegations have transcended the domain of its private citizens and entered into the realm of foreign governments, potentially straining global foreign relations. Actions such as spying on allies undermine the perceived loyalty of the United States to its allies, and ultimately, these allegations could have unintended consequences in the future.


Syria, Putin's Op-Ed, and American Exceptionalism

By Luka Jankovic Published October 11, 2013

On the 12th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Russian President Vladimir Putin's op-ed entitled "A Plea for Caution From Russia," arguing against military intervention in Syria, has generated both applause and criticism.