Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “Hillary Clinton”

O’Malley’s Conventional Foreign Policy

O’Malley offers a faint echo of Clinton on foreign policy.

Posted June 26th, 2015

Sen. Murphy’s Progressive Foreign Policy Quest

Murphy’s project is heavily weighed down by the partisan need to defend Hillary Clinton.

Posted June 23rd, 2015

Republicans and the Libyan War

Like many other hawks, Perry discovers only in hindsight that an unnecessary war for regime change might have been in error.

Posted June 23rd, 2015

Clinton and the Democrats on Foreign Policy

The Democratic Party isn’t as united on foreign policy as it might seem.

Posted June 17th, 2015

Clinton Wants Voters to Forget Her Foreign Policy Record

Clinton has every incentive to ensure that voters aren’t reminded how lousy her foreign policy record is.

Posted June 15th, 2015

The Chafee Challenge to Clinton

Chafee would do well to challenge Clinton on the entirety of her foreign policy record.

Posted June 3rd, 2015

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Allies against empire. Richard Drake recounts the careers and foreign policy views …

Posted May 29th, 2015

The Disastrous Libyan War

Opponents of the Libyan war were right about almost everything from the start.

Posted May 28th, 2015

The Politics of the Libyan War

If politicians were judged on the quality of their record, Libya would be a major problem for Clinton.

Posted April 24th, 2015

There Is No “New Isolationism”

Foreign policy is normally a low priority for almost all voters.

Posted April 16th, 2015

The Warren Mirage

The Democrats need to have some challengers to run against Clinton, but the focus on Warren is misplaced.

Posted March 26th, 2015

Bad Client Behavior and U.S.-Israel Relations

The scars left by this latest episode of Israeli espionage could be significant.

Posted March 24th, 2015

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

The dangers of not reaching a deal with Iran. Gary Sick describes …

Posted March 13th, 2015

Why Hawks Aren’t Held Accountable for the Wars They Support

Hawks are typically never judged by the results of the policies they support.

Posted March 12th, 2015

The Perils of Hawkish Campaigning

The public doesn’t support aggressive measures across the board.

Posted March 6th, 2015

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Abu Ghraib goes to court. Kelley Vlahos reports on the role of …

Posted February 20th, 2015

Why 2016 Hawkish Candidates May Hamper U.S. Diplomacy

The prospect of a more hawkish administration in 2017 will make other governments less interested in making deals with the U.S.

Posted February 19th, 2015