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Dogwhistling Past Libya

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The Romney Foreign Policy Team: Waiting in the Wings

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Whither Iran after the Likud-Kadima Union?

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The Right’s Curious Nostalgia for Military Rule

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An End to Impunity for MEK Boosters?

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Beating the Wrong Drum in Syria

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Will the GOP Own Its Position on Israel-Palestine?

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Neocons Take Aim at Ron Paul

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Turning the Tide on the “Pro-Israel” Debate

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Iran: Here We Go…

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One War Is Not Enough for GOP Candidates

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Outlandish Iran “Plot” Unleashes Calls for War

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Romney: A New Prince for the Neocons

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One Step Closer: Lieberman Calls for “No-Fly” Zone over Syria

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The Right’s Curious New Tack on Palestinian Statehood

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Israel-Firsters Declare Victory in NY-9

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Neocons Open Arms to Obama on Syria

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The Islamophobic Echo Chamber

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The Man Pulling the Anti-Sharia Strings

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Bret Stephens Disappoints

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From the Wires

June, 30 2014

As it did in Vietnam, the United States has strenuously sought to blame others for the mess it created by invading Iraq.


June, 28 2014

While many realists in Washington support U.S. cooperation with Iran and even Syria to roll back gains made by ISIS in Iraq, neoconservatives and Washington's Gulf allies are rallying against any normalization of U.S. relations with Iran.


June, 26 2014

While opposition to the U.S. Export-Import bank, which financially incentivizes the purchase of U.S. exports, previously came from the left, the House Tea Party faction has launched a revolt against the bank and its backers in the business community and the GOP establishment.


June, 21 2014

Despite their ubiquity on television talk shows and newspaper op-ed pages, the hawks who propelled the U.S. into war in Iraq 11 years ago appear to be falling short in their efforts to persuade the public and Congress that Washington needs to return.


June, 17 2014

Some European supporters of the exiled Iranian opposition group MEK have played down the role of ISIS in Iraq, painting the violence plaguing the country as a popular revolution against an Iranian-backed autocrat.


June, 14 2014

Although Iraq’s Sunnis have a multitude of legitimate grievances against Shia Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, much of the country’s current unrest is a result of preexisting social fractures, Western meddling, and predatory behavior by the country’s largely Sunni neighbors.


June, 13 2014

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has reportedly disclosed a plan to international negotiators to prevent Iran from obtaining “breakout” nuclear weapons capability while still retaining its right to enrich uranium.


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