Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “The Economist”

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Libya and the tides of history. Noah Millman reflects on Shakespeare and …

Posted November 21st, 2014

The British Vote to Recognize Palestine

The House of Commons vote is a sign that Israel is losing ground among some of its otherwise reliable supporters in the West.

Posted October 14th, 2014

Alliances and “Credibility” Arguments (II)

There are many things wrong with this Economist editorial, but this struck …

Posted May 1st, 2014

Confrontation Can’t Be Avoided By Actively Seeking It

The Economist wants to confront Russia now: The West has seen Russia …

Posted April 17th, 2014

The Economist and Saakashvili’s “Legacy”

The Economist‘s report on the end of Saakashvili’s tenure is typical in …

Posted October 31st, 2013

Obama and the Urge to Meddle in Foreign Conflicts

The Economist’s Lexington gets something very wrong: Mr Obama is not in …

Posted August 22nd, 2013

The Republicans’ 2016 “Bench” Is Weaker Than It Appears

The Economist considers Rick Perry’s political future. I’m not very interested in …

Posted July 11th, 2013

Persophobia at The Economist

The cover article for this week’s Economist mainly addresses Iran’s nuclear program, …

Posted June 21st, 2013

When Did Romney Ever Court “the Isolationist Right”?

Apparently, The Economist‘s editors were not paying much attention to the Republican …

Posted August 23rd, 2012

Romney, “Traditional Allies,” and NATO

The Economist offers a ridiculously generous assessment of Romney’s foreign policy: He …

Posted August 4th, 2012