Obama’s ethnic coalition is changing America’s attitude toward war–for the better.
A decade of The American Conservative—and its enemies
The Crisis of Zionism, Peter Beinart, Times Books, 276 pages
An effective antiwar candidate is what the neocons fear most.
Pathbreaking scholars Norman Finkelstein and John Mearsheimer speak out about the precarious future of the Jewish state.
Progressives are not the only ones protesting AIPAC.
Already the world’s most studied group of writers since Bloomsbury, the neoconservatives …
The best thing about Obama is the time he spends on the links.
President Obama’s speeches signal a desire to treat Israel like any other country. Now events have converged to test his resolve.
Barack Obama’s rapturous welcome
Is the lobby losing its grip?
Barack Obama answers Democrats’ longing for a candidate who is above politics, but he would probably lead them to disaster in November.
A new book riles the AIPAC crowd, but makes it to the bestseller list anyway.
World War IV: The Long Struggle Against Islamofascism, Norman Podhoretz, Doubleday, 240 pages
Fifty years ago, another Western power fought “Islamofascism”—then walked away.
Neoconservatives lobbied for an unnecessary war and are getting blamed. But they have made comebacks before.
Is it too soon for a “Webb for President” bandwagon? Of course …
The debate ignited by Walt and Mearsheimer gathers momentum.
Ethical Realism: A Vision for America’s Role in the World, Anatol Lieven and John Hulsman, Pantheon, 200 pages