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Filed Under:US Politics / Conservative
Posts on Regator:4322
Posts / Week:15.9
Archived Since:June 16, 2009

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So Much For The “Limited” Intervention

Obama says that airstrikes in Iraq could continue for months: President Obama …

The Disgraceful Shilling for the MEK Continues

The de-listing fight may be over, but that hasn’t stopped the MEK’s …

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Shakespeare’s elusive politics. Noah Millman rejects the idea that Shakespeare was simply …

Getting Dragged Back Into Iraq

Ramzy Mardini makes the case against military action against ISIS: President Obama …

Saakashvili’s Fan Club vs. the Rule of Law (II)

Lincoln Mitchell takes Saakashvili’s Western fans to task: Saakashvili said all the …

The Yes-Man Is Your Enemy, But Your Friend Will Argue With You

John Podhoretz applauds Shmuel Rosner’s condemnation of Israel’s “fair-weather fans”: These “fair …

Amash’s Victory Speech and Ellis’ Demagoguery

Aaron Goldstein offers a typically absurd complaint about Justin Amash: I watched …

Justin Amash Wins

Rep. Justin Amash (MI-03) defeated his primary challenger Brian Ellis by a …

The Warsi Resignation and U.K. Foreign Policy

The Economist‘s Blighty blog comments on Baroness Sayeeda Warsi’s resignation from the …

Presuming To Know Other Countries’ Real Interests

Dan Drezner criticizes Obama for lecturing Russia on what is in its …

Dictating How Other Nations Should Be Governed

Jackson Diehl complains that the Georgian government is holding abusive former officials …

Missing the Point on U.S.-Indian Relations

Tunku Varadarajan suggests that the poor state of U.S.-Indian relations isn’t all …

How To Destroy Republican Realism

The Financial Times has published a reasonably fair editorial on Republican foreign …

“Instinctive Militarism” and Republican Foreign Policy Reform

Edward Luce offers an optimistic asssessment of the chances for Republican foreign …

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Why WWI lasted as long as it did. Stephen Walt considers the …

The Folly of Taking Sides in Foreign Conflicts

Joe Lieberman wants us to know that he’s still all for getting …

The World Doesn’t Need a Permanent “Coalition of the Willing”

Nikolas Gvosdev wonders if a “League of Democracies” is in the future: …

Cruz’s Outdated and Cynical Foreign Policy

John Allen Gay comments on Ted Cruz’s recent remarks on foreign policy. …

Hawkish Delusions and “Staying the Course”

Daniel Henninger makes the latest unpersuasive attempt to spin the public’s aversion …

Libya and Hawkish Revisionism

Max Boot indulges in some convenient revisionism: Saturday was the day the …

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