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About Daniel Larison
Daniel Larison is a senior editor at TAC, where he also keeps a solo blog. He has been published in the New York Times Book Review, Dallas Morning News, Orthodox Life, Front Porch Republic, The American Scene, and Culture11, and is a columnist for The Week. He holds a PhD in history from the University of Chicago, and resides in Dallas. Follow him on Twitter.
No wonder the head of Israel’s government believes he can do whatever he wants in his dealings with the U.S.
Antiwar Eastwood. Asawin Suebsaeng reports on Clint Eastwood’s antiwar views and how …
His mismanagement of the relationship with the U.S. hasn’t cost him or Israel anything.
It doesn’t make much sense for Rubio to launch a bid, but he’s doing it anyway.
Netanyahu seems not to have suffered for any of his obnoxious behavior, nor is he likely to.
The obsession with reputation may be driven primarily by a concern to shore up a leader’s domestic position.
The relationship during the last fifteen years has been a largely one-sided and destructive one for both countries.
Labour is still on track to be all but wiped out in Scotland.
Rand Paul makes another unforced error.
Rubio uncritically repeats one of the most ridiculous myths about Iran.
The invitation is clearly timed to interfere with the ongoing nuclear negotiations.
Obama has made it a habit in the last few years to order or threaten military action that isn’t necessary for U.S. or allied security.
Foreign policy will likely take up a very small part of tonight’s speech.
Western governments decided over the last year that Ukraine wasn’t worth very much to them.
Western governments should be reluctant to “help” Libya when their last attempt to “help” the country contributed directly to its ruin.
Republican hawks have little or no understanding of these issues, but that doesn’t stop them from advocating for a far more aggressive, ambitious foreign policy.
A governor’s foreign policy ignorance and mistakes are usually judged less harshly than a senator’s.
Graham’s support would come at the expense of the other hawkish “centrists” in the field.
Jeb Bush has no substantive disagreements with how his brother governed while president.
When Thou wast baptized in the Jordan, O Lord, the worship of …← Older posts
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