Ronald Reagan, exemplar of conservative internationalism?

Article, Non-Refereed Journal
Orbis, volume 62, Issue 1
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This article assesses the foreign policy of Ronald Reagan's presidency through the lens of conservative internationalism. It finds that the Reagan administration largely embodied the principles of conservative internationalism, particularly through its integration of force with statecraft, the priority it gave to cooperative relations with allies, and its support for the global expansion of political and economic liberty.

Research Topic
Security Studies