Author Archives: Paul W. Schroeder
Only after America leaves Iraq can the conflagration we started be brought under control.
The U.S. needlessly inflamed Iraq in the vain hope of sparking a democratic revolution. We got an inferno instead.
Failure to achieve the easy victory the hawks promised in Iraq doesn’t mean that we must continue to lose.
How the U.S. played into the terrorist’s plan
Victory in the War on Terror depends less on homeland security than global collaboration.
What becomes of a country that loses its capacity for repulsion?
The administration’s claim of a right to overthrow regimes it considers hostile is extraordinary – and one the world will soon find intolerable.
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