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Rubio is being built up as the Great Hawkish Hope.
Even in Florida there is not much support for Jeb Bush's pursuit of the presidency.
Politicians don't get "khaki" election results by starting wars with no end in sight.
The last time that the public offered broad, uncritical support to U.S. foreign wars, their trust was betrayed and the country was much worse off because of it.
It makes the mistake of feeding the paranoia and alarmism of the regime that the protesters are facing.
The GOP may briefly enjoy the senatorial perks of majority, but 2016 will return them to their current listless status quo.
Not only is this particular intervention unwise, but it relies on the flawed assumptions of decades of misguided U.S. policy.
What’s wrong with Hong Kong. Nicholas Bequelin reviews some of the city’s …
Ideologues are usually incapable of understanding how everyone else looks at the world.
He is the walking reminder of why most Americans shouldn't trust Republicans to conduct foreign policy.
Obama has yielded to the consensus in Washington as he has done so often before.
If Turkish participation is contingent on expanding the war to include attacks on the Syrian regime, it would be better to do without such "help."
The campaign trail this year features a combination of mindless consensus and a heavy dose of ignorant fear-mongering
The title of Codevilla's book should be "To Keep Making War"
At its worst, it is an exercise in using a foreign political movement to make a point about how important they think the U.S. is to the rest of the world.
There are few governments less likely to respond well to U.S. statements about its internal affairs than the Chinese government.
Obama and other U.S. officials need to get out of the habit of issuing ultimatums in their public statements.
Far from being "in love" with war, the public has been whipped into a panic about a vastly exaggerated threat by irresponsible fear-mongers.
At best, "speaking out" about Hong Kong protests would be a vain gesture, and at worst it could do real harm to the protesters and their cause.
Most Americans don't identify as hawks, and even more of them don't want a global "leadership" role for the U.S.