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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, 2015

A recent open letter by the hawkish Washington Institute for Near East Policy about the Iran nuclear negotiations was signed by many figures who claim they support a nuclear deal with Iran, but whose past recommendations would have led to war with Iran.


June 29, 2015

The authors of an open letter published by the hawkish Washington Institute for Near East Policy most likely knew that their statement was intended to set goals for the negotiations that are unattainable.


June 22, 2015

Michael Oren, the former Israeli ambassador to the U.S., has released a new book vilifying President Obama and his supposed treatment of the U.S.-Israel relationship.


June 20, 2015

Neocon stalwart Elliott Abrams prides himself on having a passion for democracy and human rights even as he has brazenly praised the tightening of relations between Saudi Arabia and Israel.


June 18, 2015

Critics of the Iran nuclear negotiations fail to see that any potential agreement was always going to be a compromise and that what they claim are “concessions” are really the compromises necessary for a successful deal.


June 13, 2015

The Foundation for Defense of Democracies’ Clifford May conveniently criticizes China for creating “facts on the ground” in the South China Sea while ignoring similar Israeli moves in the Occupied West Bank.


June 08, 2015

The neoconservative claim that George W. Bush “won” the Iraq War is ridiculous.


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