Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “Turkey”

The “Broad” Coalition That Doesn’t Exist

The U.S. is fighting a new, open-ended war for the sake of “partners” that are contributing little or nothing to the war.

Posted September 11th, 2014

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