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Rubio wants to fill a role in the 2016 field that is already being filled without him.
Any limits in the new draft resolution are irrelevant as long as the 2001 AUMF remains in force.
Miliband's support for the Libyan war is a warning of the kind of foreign policy he favors.
We should stop pretending that brief foreign excursions give novices any meaningful foreign policy experience
The "credibility" argument never needs proof to be taken seriously.
If Bush won't "re-litigate" the Bush-era wars, we should assume that he saw nothing wrong with how his brother managed them.
Whom does Netanyahu represent? Noah Millman questions the Israeli prime minister’s claim …
They would be as unwise to join the alliance as the alliance would be to invite them.
The U.S. has been suckered into taking on almost all of the work and the risks of the air campaign while its "partners" make token contributions.
The administration is seeking approval for a "limited" war that it envisions as being virtually unlimited in terms of place, duration, and potential targets.
Congress should refuse to sign off on the administration's expansive war resolution.
Walker came up with a good excuse to avoid talking about issues that he is clearly not prepared to discuss at any length.
The good news is that support for arming Ukraine remains a minority view overall.
Obama's would-be Republican successors are preparing to attack Obama's former Secretary of State with an argument that Obama used against her.
Bush could hardly be making his agreement with his brother's policies more obvious.
The entire process of authorizing the war is happening long after the decision to intervene was made without any real debate.
Paul is most likely to benefit from having more hard-liners in the race.
Jindal has been discrediting himself for years.
The interventionist argument is long on cheap moralizing and short on sober reflection.
Hard-liners want the talks with Iran to fail.