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Rubio Was Never a “Moderate” on Foreign Policy

The idea that Rubio was ever a "moderate" on foreign policy is simply wrong.

The Iraq War and Jeb Bush’s Hearing Problems

Bush gave the pat, unthinking answer on the Iraq war that so many pro-war politicians have given before him.

Britain and the Ridiculous Charge of “Retreat”

A reflection of the distorting effects of the militarization of U.S. and British foreign policy.

The Humanitarian Disaster in Yemen

The announced "pause" in the fighting won't be enough to address Yemen's enormous needs.

Jeb Bush, Iraq War Dead-Ender

Bush's answer on the Iraq war tells us all that we need to know about his appallingly bad foreign policy judgment.

British Public Opinion and Interventionism

On military interventions, the British public tends to favor restraint.

Rubio’s Myopic “Vision” for Europe

Supporting Ukraine's NATO membership is the worst of Rubio's bad ideas.

No, Cameron Isn’t an “Isolationist” or “Little Englander”

A timely reminder that isolationist is a completely meaningless word in contemporary debates.

The Atrocious War on Yemen

Every day that the U.S. backs this war, our government is contributing to the senseless killing of Yemeni civilians.

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

America’s antiwar correspondent. Scott McConnell remembers the career and work of William …

The War on Yemen Keeps Getting Worse

The war on Yemen is about to become even more appalling.

Initial Thoughts on the British Election

Labour is facing its worst defeat in almost thirty years.

The Weird Desire for a More Aggressive Germany

What would be the purpose of a "more active military role" for Germany?

Jeb Bush Calls W. His Top Israel Adviser

Like his brother, Bush thinks that there should be no "light" between the U.S. and Israel.

The Absurd AUMF “Debate”

Passing an authorization now would just reconfirm how deferential and useless Congress has become.

The British Election and the Fragile Union

A political union put at risk by normal electoral competition isn't going to survive for very long.

An “Unpredictable” Election in Britain That Isn’t So Unpredictable

Unless the polling has been very wrong, the election will produce results that have been expected for many months.

The GOP’s Debate Conundrum

We don't really need to hear twelve versions of the same answers.

Cruz’s Nuclear Deal Demagoguery

War with Iran would be likely to happen following the conclusion of a deal only if a future administration chose to start one.

The U.S. Should Stop Indulging Its Whining Clients

Clients shouldn't be be rewarded for actively seeking to undermine U.S. policies.

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