Noah Millman

Posts tagged “foreign policy”

Yemen, Stupid Speech and the Great Hipster Migration

My head just keeps on blogging.

Posted May 14th, 2015

How Strong Is the Realist Case For the Iran Deal?

Stephen Walt’s article gives us an opportunity to examine it.

Posted April 16th, 2015

Can a Hegemon Have a Principled Foreign Policy? Yemen Edition

Here comes another savage war of peace.

Posted April 15th, 2015

How Strong Is the Realist Case Against the Iran Deal?

Kissinger and Shultz’s op-ed give us an opportunity to examine it.

Posted April 9th, 2015

The GOP Senate Leadership’s Iran Letter Was No Mistake

It’s a deliberate attempt to cripple America’s ability to conduct foreign policy.

Posted March 10th, 2015

What, Me Worry?

The case for “cheerful pessimism” in foreign policy.

Posted March 2nd, 2015

Pessimism Has No Place In American Foreign Policy Debate

But that doesn’t mean it’s wrong.

Posted February 24th, 2015

Who Would Vote For a Peace Candidate?

Is there really a popular constituency – in either party – for a campaign focused on foreign policy restraint?

Posted January 27th, 2015

The King Is Dead – Long Live the King

Our relationship with Saudi Arabia is a depreciating asset – but that doesn’t mean we should simply dump it.

Posted January 23rd, 2015

How Do You Solve a Problem Like Korea?

First-strike fantasies undermine the credibility of our diplomacy.

Posted January 9th, 2015

If Credibility Is Fragile, Then Commitments Should Be Rare

Credibility matters less when objective interests and capabilities are clear – and more when they are hard to discern. Which may explain why the more expansive hawks care about it so much.

Posted January 7th, 2015

Can Putin Survive a Full-Scale Ruble Crisis?

And if he can’t, what becomes of “Putinism”?

Posted December 16th, 2014

TNR’s Nostalgic Eulogizers

There’s probably been too much written already about the fate of┬áThe New …

Posted December 9th, 2014

A Chuck Hagel Postmortem

He was frustrated by the Administration’s indecisiveness and contradictions, but he also reflected them.

Posted November 28th, 2014

A Millman-Walt Dialogue On Foreign Policy

If President Obama couldn’t turn the aircraft carrier of American interventionism, who can?

Posted November 28th, 2014

How Jim Webb Should Handle the Culture War

He should run neither from it nor on it, but against it.

Posted November 20th, 2014

Libya and the Tides of History

Thinking in terms of narrative satisfaction can blind us to the reality of conditions that will actually determine the outcome

Posted November 19th, 2014