Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “Turkey”

U.S. Foreign Policy and the “Cause of Freedom”

The Wall Street Journal repeats a piece of ideological claptrap: So it …

Posted July 8th, 2014

Fixing the U.S.-Brazil Relationship

Roger Cohen makes the case for an improved U.S.-Brazilian relationship in a …

Posted April 21st, 2014

Weekly Roundup

The ruins of Ani. A photo gallery of the medieval Armenian Bagratuni …

Posted January 31st, 2014

Conservative Internationalism and the “Freedom Agenda”

Henry Nau responds to Michael Desch’s review of Conservative Internationalism. He is …

Posted November 20th, 2013

No, Russia Isn’t About to “Lose” Armenia

Walter Russell Mead wonders if Armenia will alter its security relationship with …

Posted August 6th, 2013

Hawks Continue to Misunderstand and Misrepresent the Green Movement

No Victor Davis Hanson column on foreign policy would be complete without …

Posted July 16th, 2013

Regional Opinion and Syria

Earlier this week, Hussein Ibish was expressing his hope for “mission creep” …

Posted June 18th, 2013

U.S. Criticism Doesn’t Change Authoritarian Regimes’ Behavior

Hannah Thoburn protests what she considers to be an insufficient U.S. response …

Posted June 16th, 2013

Obama and Erdogan

Aaron Goldstein has an unusual interpretation of the protests in Turkey: Even …

Posted June 3rd, 2013

Public Opinion and Syria

Marc Lynch recently cited some interesting results from a Pew survey of …

Posted May 8th, 2013

Failing the Test of Ethical Realism

Dan Drezner continues the discussion on Obama and realism and cites the …

Posted January 28th, 2013

Kagan vs. the Emerging Democracies

Martin Indyk and Robert Kagan write: Strengthening the liberal political order will …

Posted January 21st, 2013

The U.S. Shouldn’t Indulge Its Allies’ Adventurism

Bruce Crumley reports on the French decision to recognize the reorganized opposition …

Posted November 14th, 2012

Syrian Rebels Put Their Hope in a Romney Win

Syria’s rebels are hoping that Romney wins today: Yet as Syria‚Äôs upheaval …

Posted November 6th, 2012

Romney, Turkey, and Possible Future Intervention in Syria

Bob Wright considers the likelihood of military intervention under Romney: But, whatever …

Posted October 30th, 2012

The U.S. Would Be Stuck with Most of the Risks and Costs of a Syrian War

Richard Cohen is still unhappy that the U.S. has not been bombing …

Posted October 16th, 2012

Turkey Can’t Expect Even “Token” Support from NATO on Syria

Among other things, Matt Gurney doesn’t seem to understand that Turkey doesn’t …

Posted October 15th, 2012