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Romney didn't foresee or predict anything correctly.
Hard-liners everywhere always assume that the other regime in any negotiation is getting the upper hand.
No one really accepts Santorum as the "heir apparent."
Healthy parties should have enough new political talent available that they won't want a retread nominee.
Thanks to the 2011 intervention, Libya was guaranteed to endure the years of disorder and violence that have followed.
Romney's ego trip makes it more likely that an insurgent Republican candidate will come away with the nomination.
Romney's foreign policy views have been reliably, embarrassingly bellicose.
The error that confused two real countries and created a fake one isn't funny, but it is good to draw attention to how laughable it is,
No matter how long another state has been a U.S. client, the U.S. owes it much less than it owes it to its real allies.
It makes no sense, but it may be happening anyway.
Leo Strauss: hawk or dove? Samuel Goldman reviews Robert Howse’s Leo Strauss: …
What he has said lately on foreign policy is just what one would expect from any Republican hawk.
Support for escalation continues to be a minority position.
Restarting the Korean War is obviously crazy.
Hawks pretend that the U.S. has many more commitments than it really has.
Once again we are presented with a dumb "pro-Israel" proposal that will make conditions worse for all involved.
Almost all of the likely candidates have never shown much interest in foreign policy.
U.S. policy on Israel and Palestine continues to be wildly at odds with what most Americans claim to want.
The appeal to "credibility" is the bludgeon that hawks employ when the case for their preferred "action" is extremely weak.
Conservatives should never assume that any kind of power "does more good than harm in the world."