Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “Pew”

The Hawks’ Solution to Everything: Throw More Weapons at the Problem

The hawks’ solution of throwing weapons at every problem that arises overseas has very little popular support.

Posted November 10th, 2014

The Myth of American “Indispensability”

The myth of indispensability serves as an all-purpose rationalization for foreign policy hyper-activism.

Posted November 6th, 2014

Public Opinion and the War Against ISIS

A large majority of Americans doesn’t think the war has a clear goal.

Posted October 23rd, 2014

Public Opinion and Foreign Policy (II)

Demand for a more activist foreign policy is still quite weak in the country as a whole.

Posted September 2nd, 2014

Public Opinion and Foreign Policy

The vast majority of Americans still doesn’t want a more activist foreign policy.

Posted August 28th, 2014

There Is Still No Foreign Policy “Paradox”

Roger Cohen once again repeats a tiresome argument: Yet many seem to …

Posted August 19th, 2014

Israel and Partisanship

Pew finds an increasingly large partisan gap in sympathy for Israel: I …

Posted July 17th, 2014

Conservatives and Activist Foreign Policy

Reading Perry’s uninspired op-ed, I was reminded of a finding in Pew’s …

Posted July 14th, 2014

The Old and New Exceptionalisms Revisited

Rod Dreher recently pointed out a new Pew survey on Americans’ views …

Posted July 7th, 2014

Regional Opposition to Arming Syrian Rebels

Citing a Pew survey from earlier this year, Bruce Stokes notes that …

Posted June 20th, 2014

Russia and Public Opinion

Even after the annexation of Crimea, a new Pew survey finds that …

Posted March 26th, 2014

America’s Role in the World and Public Opinion

A new WSJ/NBC News poll (via Sullivan) contains some interesting findings that …

Posted March 12th, 2014

Ukraine and Public Opinion

Pew finds that most Americans don’t want the U.S. to be “too …

Posted March 12th, 2014

Conservative Internationalism‘s Bizarre Definition of Internationalism

Reading through Henry Nau’s Conservative Internationalism, I found that one of the …

Posted December 10th, 2013

Missing the Obvious on Diplomacy and Public Opinion

James Traub and David Ignatius make a similar and very odd claim …

Posted December 9th, 2013

Syria Hawks vs. the Public (II)

Max Boot misses why the public approves of the Russian deal on …

Posted September 19th, 2013

The More People Hear About Attacking Syria, The More They Oppose It

Pew’s survey of public opinion on Syria shows a remarkable increase in …

Posted September 11th, 2013