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The Absurd Idea of “No Daylight” in U.S.-Israel Relations

It is impossible to hold to a "no daylight" standard in dealing with any other government.

Bush’s Uninspired Announcement Speech

Bush avoided addressing specific foreign policy issues in his announcement.

The Shameful U.S. Role in the War on Yemen

The U.S. is complicit in a humanitarian disaster in Yemen.

Jeb Bush’s “Nuanced” Foreign Policy

If Bush's past public statements on Cuba and Iran are any indication, he doesn't make a habit of giving nuanced answers.

Obama and the War on ISIS

The mismatch between words and policies has been a long-running problem for the administration.

McCain Is the MEK’s Newest Fan

John McCain continues his long tradition of embracing horrible foreign groups: The …

Clinton Wants Voters to Forget Her Foreign Policy Record

Clinton has every incentive to ensure that voters aren't reminded how lousy her foreign policy record is.

Walker’s Britain Blunder

It is at best tacky for Walker to use anything Cameron said to him for campaign purposes.

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

An open-ended conflict in Iraq. Micah Zenko reviews the shifting administration justifications …

Ignoring the War on Yemen

The war has generated virtually no outrage or criticism here in the U.S.

Bush and Hawkish Magical Thinking

Bush greatly overrates the power and influence that the U.S. has over the events in other parts of the world.

Superpower and Non-Intervention

How we can raise the bar for U.S. foreign interventions

Western Public Opinion and NATO

Many NATO countries favor expanding the alliance, but aren't committed to defending new members.

The German Backlash Against TTIP

The trade deal faces some of its stiffest opposition in Germany.

The Ongoing Catastrophe in Yemen

Conditions will only continue to deteriorate while the blockade of Yemen is in place.

“Indispensable” America and Superpower

Trying to be the "indispensable" nation is an unsustainable and undesirable role for the U.S. to have.

Jeb Bush Goes to Europe

Bush's hawkish message will mostly fall on deaf ears in Germany.

Rubio’s Weird JFK References

Rubio's decision to link himself to Kennedy is revealing.

Iran, Yemen, and the Destructive Effects of Threat Inflation

The war on Yemen is another example of how threat inflation produces horrible policy decisions.

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