Feminist Foreign Policies are Gaining Popularity, and Increasing the Peace
This article was originally published by Public Radio International as part of its “Balance of Power” series.
Terrorists defying national borders, authoritarians clinging to power, increasing flows of desperate refugees: The next US president will inherit global challenges the standard foreign policy toolbox is ill-equipped to fix.
The winner in November could respond by doubling down on a transformative approach: a feminist foreign policy.
From Canada to Sweden and beyond, leaders are turning a gendered lens on their global strategies in the hopes of empowering women and advancing peace and prosperity.
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