Hal Brands’s article at War on the Rocks on American internationalism in the Trump years is a good one, too. IMO American internationalists have quite a chore on their hands. They’ve got to convince a lot more Americans that internationalism, at least as they define it, is good for them.
How that can be accomplished when immigrants capture a large percentage of the job gains and the wealthiest 1% of Americans capture most of the income gains is hard for me to reckon. A very large number of Americans clearly don’t think internationalism has worked for them. What if they’re right?