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Iran Hawks and Détente Dead-enders


Crying Wolf over Iran


Neocons Despair over Détente with Iran


Washington Debates Syria | Gingrich Repents


David Brooks, “Jihadist Wildfires,” and Other Oddities


The Campaign to Push for U.S. Military Action in Syria


The Neocons’ Chechen Problem


Bush III?


10 Years Later: Any Regrets?


Joe Lieberman the Neocon


The “Freedom” Faction


Washington’s New Agenda Dredges Up Old Opponents


The Anti-Hagelverse


The Next SecDef?


Election Post-Mortem


The Romney/Ryan Foreign Policy Team


The Attack-Syria Coalition: Then and Now


The MEK Lobby: Chumming with Terrorists No More


Attack of the Surrogates

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August, 23 2014

Obama administration officials have strongly hinted that they are considering expanding their intervention against ISIS over the Syrian border.


August, 20 2014

Although the Obama administration has grown skeptical of full-blown military interventions, it has increased its reliance on air strikes and special forces—forms of intervention that are no more capable of influencing political or strategic outcomes than their predecessors.


August, 20 2014

Many of the most egregious violators of international law are not rogue dictatorships but developed democracies like the United States and its allies.


August, 18 2014

Recent polling reveals a degree of public support for the recent U.S. intervention in Iraq, though a majority of respondents also worried that the U.S. would go "too far" in responding to the threat posed by ISIS.


August, 12 2014

Political settlements in Iraq and Syria—preferably ones that depose Nouri al-Maliki and Bashar al-Assad, respectively—would go much further toward stopping ISIS than airstrikes.


August, 12 2014

Despite repeated insistences that it urged Israel to reduce civilian casualties, the U.S. government has systematically played down Israeli abuses and recited Israeli government talking points about the latest war in Gaza.


August, 09 2014

Inside the Beltway, President Obama’s decision to launch a limited military action in northern Iraq has garnered qualified support from across the political spectrum.


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