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The Danger of Making Promises That the U.S. Isn’t Going to Keep

Noah Millman continues the discussion on what we can know about Romney and Obama’s future foreign policy. I want to draw attention to these sentences near the end: I’m saying that making promises you don’t intend to keep is an index of bad character. Bush Jr. was right not to go to war over Georgia. [...]
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Waging Culture War

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan (3 years ago)

Noah Millman believes that "foreign policy, at least on the GOP side, is now basically a branch of the culture war": It’s in the last two elections that the trend of foreign policy being treated as part of the culture... Read Post

Bill Romney, Commander-In-Chief?

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan (2 years ago)

On foreign policy, Noah Millman calls Romney "the Republican Bill Clinton": [W]hat I’d expect from a Romney Presidency is neither a moderate Eisenhower foreign policy of cautious consolidation of a hegemonic position, nor a radical ... Read Post

Running On Foreign Policy

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan (2 years ago)

Larison thinks it unlikely to pay dividends. Millman reframes: The mystery isn’t why President Obama is running (partly) on foreign policy. The mystery is why Romney is. There is just no percentage in attacking Obama from the hawkis... Read Post


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