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Archived Since:June 16, 2009

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The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

COIN is a proven failure. Lt. Col. Daniel Davis describes the failure …

McCain and Orban

McCain's blunderbuss approach to diplomacy is an embarrassment for the U.S.

Why the Dishonest Charge of “Retreat” Endures

The charge of "retreat" is useful precisely because it is misleading and false.

Jindal’s Boilerplate Hawkishness

Appealing to foreign policy hard-liners is nothing new for Jindal.

Star Wars and Politics

Attempting to make a piece of pop culture "relevant" to contemporary politics can easily lead to the gross oversimplification of difficult problems.

Cotton and the Iran Hawks’ Loathing of Diplomacy

Cotton is a typical Iran hawk in that he is intensely opposed to the diplomatic effort that has already made a nuclear-armed Iran less likely.

The Greatly Overrated Rubio

The case for Rubio makes no sense under closer scrutiny.

Jeb Bush and Our Bankrupt Cuba Policy

When faced with policy failure, he urges more of the same.

Ukraine and NATO

Ukraine isn't ever going to be part of NATO because it would be a huge liability for the alliance, and it is long past time for U.S. and alliance officials to make that clear.

The Virtue of Ruling Out Bad Policy Options

When the U.S. isn't willing or able to do certain things overseas, it gives nothing away to acknowledge as much.

Israel’s Early Elections

The next Israeli government seems likely to be even more dominated by hard-line nationalists and pro-settler politicians than the current one.

Jeb Bush’s Victory Plan

Bushes can certainly win the Republican nomination, but they have to do it by getting primary voters to forget that they are Bushes.

Hegemony? What Hegemony?

The U.S. has gained little or nothing from its foreign wars over the last half century, and it has lost a great deal in the process.

Declaring War on ISIS

If there is to be a vote on the war against ISIS, Congress should vote no.

The Uses and Abuses of Historical Analogies

Historical analogies are very often used in crude attempts to shoehorn modern events into convenient ideological stories.

What Not to Do on Iran

The dangers of hawkish proposals that would ratchet up tensions in the region and make a new armed conflict more likely.

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Replacing Hagel. Nikolas Gvosdev identifies some of the many problems that Obama …

Why 2016 Won’t Be Like 1980

Cruz's "analysis" of 2016 is exactly the same as Romney's view of the 2012 election.

How Iran Hawks Spread Misinformation

Iran has so far complied with the agreement it made last year.

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