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Archived Since:June 16, 2009

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The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

The importance of the Iran agreement. Paul Pillar identifies four aspects of …

The Saudis’ War Is Failing at Everything Except Ruining Yemen

The military intervention is throwing the country deeper into disorder and chaos.

The Administration’s Absurd Justification for Supporting the War on Yemen

The U.S. is backing the same destabilizing and aggressive behavior in Yemen it claims to oppose elsewhere.

Debunking Iran’s “March of Conquest”

It makes for a good fear-mongering soundbite, but on closer scrutiny the argument falls apart.

The Nuclear Deal and a Multipolar World

Our allies aren't interested in pursuing our Iran hawks' impossible goals at their expense.

The U.S. Endorses Saudi Propaganda for the War on Yemen

Our officials are recycling preposterous propaganda lines to defend the indefensible.

Cotton’s Blithe Warmongering

Starting a war with Iran will last longer and cost more than anyone anticipates.

The Bizarre Need to Take Sides in Yemen

This does nothing to make the U.S. more secure, but it does make our government one of the authors of the ruin of another country.

The U.S. Increases Support for the War on Yemen

The consequences of the Saudi war are already very serious.

Paul’s Announcement Speech

Paul's foreign policy rhetoric was combative enough to be off-putting to antiwar conservatives and libertarians.

The Iran Hawks’ Extraneous Objections to a Nuclear Deal

Refusing to resolve one issue because it doesn't magically solve all other problems is a mindless approach to foreign policy.

The Hawkish Campaign Against Paul Begins

The focused attacks on Paul show there was no point in trying to placate hard-liners.

Perry’s Iran Folly

If we wanted to embitter another generation of Iranians against our government, we would do exactly as Perry wished.

Ted Cruz, Factional Candidate

If the goal is to win the nomination, appealing to one faction to the exclusion of everyone else isn't going to succeed.

A Very Weird Interpretation of U.S. Iran Diplomacy

It's wrong to say that the Iran framework agreement puts "daylight" between the U.S. and its allies.

Diplomacy with Iran and Hawkish Whataboutism

Iran hawks set absurdly high expectations for what negotiations should be able to do and what they should include.

Blessed Is That Cometh in the Name of the Lord

By raising Lazarus from the dead before Thy passion, Thou didst confirm …

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Saudi Arabia’s coming quagmire. Peter Salisbury explains the background to the current …

The Reckless Saudi War on Yemen

The war on Yemen is already backfiring and harming regional security.

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