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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.
The Armenian genocide a hundred years later. Justin Marozzi reviews Ronald Suny …
The U.S. is backing a reckless war led by an ugly authoritarian client to counter an “expansion” of Iranian influence that isn’t happening.
No U.S. interests are being served here.
Jeb Bush has no desire to distance himself from his brother’s foreign policy record.
Walker’s declining approval ratings could drag down his 2016 candidacy.
The partisan split on Israel is persisting and getting wider.
Foreign policy is normally a low priority for almost all voters.
If Republican presidential candidates say they intend to scrap a nuclear deal as soon as they have the chance, we should not doubt that they mean to do this.
If the U.S. is stuck with the clients it has, it has to be able to pick and choose the degree and kind of support it provides.
Rubio’s views on Cuba policy are driven primarily by ideology.
If it weren’t one of our clients, the attacking government would be denounced for threatening the stability of the entire region.
We need your help to continue promoting conservative principles of wisdom, prudence, and restraint.
An appropriate and long overdue decision.
The new demand is irrelevant because it has nothing to do with the nuclear issue.
It’s silly to assert that support for a failed Cuba policy has something to do with a commitment to the freedom of Cubans.
Rubio’s desire for a “new American century” is just as ideological and dangerous as the phrase suggests.
A Rubio candidacy stopped making sense once his immigration gambit blew up in his face.
Hadi predictably fails to mention the humanitarian disaster that this war is causing for the entire country.
The U.S. has identified itself as a supporter of a cruel and unjustified attack.
Most hawks have never seen an arms control or nonproliferation agreement that they haven’t wanted to derail or defeat.← Older posts
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