Global institutions and the U.S. Constitution: Ivana Stradner and Gary Schmitt on the challenges facing America

Unprecedential

Mar 4 2021 • 34 mins

: After WWII, the United States led the world in building international institutions. But in recent decades America’s polarized politics has led to a bipolar approach to international institutions: years of significant distrust followed by years of significant deference. As the Biden Administration begins to engage international institutions, how should it approach those institutions—and recent efforts by China and Russia to influence them? And how does America’s own constitutional system and politics affect the Administration’s options?

AEI’s Jeane Kirkpatrick Fellow Ivana Stradner and Gary Schmitt, frequent Unprecedential guest and AEI Resident Scholar in Strategic Studies and American Institutions, join Adam to discuss how international law and American constitutionalism impact the United States’ role in global affairs.

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