Author Archives: Leon Hadar
About Leon Hadar
Leon Hadar is a foreign policy analyst, author, and contributing editor at TAC. He holds a Ph.D. from American University, and is the author of the books Quagmire: America in the Middle East and Sandstorm: Policy Failure in the Middle East. He is a Wikistrat expert and former Cato Institute research fellow, and his articles have appeared in the New York Times, The Washington Post, Washington Times, The Los Angeles Times, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, and the National Interest.
Why the immigration debate should be about language and culture more than jobs—and not just race.
Is today’s GOP the party for someone who would break the color barrier?
What would Margaret Thatcher do in a post-American world?
The unlearned lessons of the Vietnam War
And what “No”—an anti-Pinochet film Milton Friedman might have loved—teaches us about regime change.
My first reaction to Senator Rand Paul’s foreign policy address at the …
Why we shouldn’t have women in combat
After following Chuck Hagel’s Senate confirmation hearings and reading Daniel McCarthy’s thoughtful post …
Republicans don’t need a grand transformation, just a sensible candidate.
At the risk of turning this site into an online seminar on …
Historians studying Russian and German foreign policy in the last century have …
His foreign policy recalls George H.W. Bush—and his domestic policy could be Ike’s or Nixon’s.
A few days after the fall of the Mubarak regime in Egypt …
Nate Silver had an interesting piece yesterday which concludes based on statistical …
The guys at MSNBC allege that Senator John McCain’s campaign against the …
“Puerto Rico, You lovely island . . .” “I like to be …
How Republicans alienated a once-allied bloc of voters
The world’s rising powers will take different paths to modernization
Americans are once again surprised to learn that the rest of humanity …
As a life-long hypochondriac, I was laughing out loud when reading the …← Older posts
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