|Filed Under:||US Politics / Conservative|
|Posts on Regator:||4342|
|Posts / Week:||12.9|
|Archived Since:||June 16, 2009|
The same people that have treated gut instinct and ideological conformity as the only things that really matter in foreign policy are now deservedly stuck with a loudmouth nationalist.
McCain and Graham can make outlandish statements about how horrible the state of the world is, and yet they are rarely called out for their shameless fear-mongering.
When it comes to foreign policy, Rubio has no flexibility at all.
Clinton's plan suffers from many of the same flaws as Bush's.
The U.S. ought to stop supporting the Saudis and their allies in Yemen.
If being the "world's leader" amounts to much the same thing as being the "world's policeman" in practice, it makes no difference if a hawkish politician rejects one name in favor of another.
There is no Obama doctrine. Leon Hadar reviews Colin Dueck’s The Obama …
Rubio would risk a shooting war with Russia by trying to defeat ISIS and Assad at the same time.
None of the countries involved in battering and starving Yemen has been made more secure, and Yemen has been wrecked.
Rubio has gone out of his way to give hard-liners everything they could want on foreign policy.
Invoking Article 5 isn't going to solve the problem of the war's illegality under U.S. law.
Almost all of the Republican candidates are woefully unprepared and lacking in foreign policy experience.
Kasich's promotion of "Judeo-Christian Western values" is likely to land with a thud with the target audiences that he wants to reach.
Jindal's campaign never made any sense.
The bombing campaign will continue to claim more civilian lives, and the U.S. will be partly responsible for that.
Hawkish critics have consistently misrepresented what Obama says and does to portray him and his foreign policy as almost the opposite of what they are.
Bush wants to get us much deeper into the Syrian conflict now and keep us there for a very long time.
Michael Brendan Dougherty outlines the GOP’s “nightmare scenario” in which Trump and …
There is something troubling about the tendency to focus only on the civilian deaths of some attacks while neglecting civilian deaths in other conflicts.
Hollande's declaration against ISIS sets a goal that he must know his government can't achieve at an acceptable cost.