Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “Hillary Clinton”

Webb Is Running for President

His entry into the race should be very good and healthy for the Democratic Party and the country.

Posted November 20th, 2014

2016 and the Third-Term “Curse”

Voters’ fatigue with the Democrats could be a serious problem for their nominee in 2016.

Posted November 18th, 2014

Clinton and Iran

Clinton has a distorted view of what a “bad” deal with Iran would look like, and she is quite sympathetic to Iran hawks’ maximalist demands.

Posted November 12th, 2014

Don’t Believe the Rubio Hype

Rubio hasn’t charted his own course “away from both the most hawkish and most dovish wings of his own party.”

Posted November 12th, 2014

The Libyan War Could Come Back to Haunt Clinton

Clinton was an architect of a major policy blunder that continues to wreck the country that “benefited” from the intervention.

Posted November 11th, 2014

The Most Overrated Bilateral Relationship in the World

The value of the U.S.-Israel relationship is constantly exaggerated so that we forget that the client state is frequently a liability.

Posted November 10th, 2014

Derailing Clinton

The Democrats and the country would be much better off with someone other than Clinton as the party’s nominee.

Posted November 10th, 2014

Did Hillary Clinton Win the Midterms?

Midterm repudiations of a party aren’t normally followed by the election of the same party’s nominee.

Posted November 10th, 2014

Most Americans Aren’t Hawks

Most Americans don’t identify as hawks, and even more of them don’t want a global “leadership” role for the U.S.

Posted September 30th, 2014

Hawks and Doves

Clinton may be able to get away with being much more hawkish than her party.

Posted September 19th, 2014

The Democratic Party’s Many Hawks

The party is not somehow to the “left” of where it was on foreign policy thirty years ago.

Posted August 28th, 2014

How Much Does Foreign Policy Rhetoric Matter?

Dan Drezner doubts Beinart’s claim that the public-elite gap on foreign policy …

Posted August 19th, 2014

On “Organizing Principles” and Ideology

Christopher Preble points out that having an “organizing principle” for foreign policy …

Posted August 19th, 2014

Hawkishness Can Be a Serious Liability

Zachary Keck argues that Clinton’s hawkish foreign policy views don’t matter for …

Posted August 18th, 2014

Clinton and the Neoconservatives (II)

Michael Tomasky argues that Clinton isn’t a “neocon,” which is true enough, …

Posted August 13th, 2014

Clinton’s Foreign Policy Is the Opposite of Triangulation

Matt Lewis is unduly impressed by Hillary Clinton’s predictable hawkishness: It’s called …

Posted August 11th, 2014

Clinton, Paul, and Containment

Dan Drezner makes some mischief with a comparison of similar statements by …

Posted August 11th, 2014