Author Archives: Christopher Preble
As politicians play games on Capitol Hill, an entire country roils with hunger, disease and destruction.
Stephen Walt takes aim at the dysfunctional caste of privileged insiders who botch our foreign policy and then ‘fail up.’
Some may argue for restraint, but is Trump willing to listen?
Unless the sensible center speaks up, an interventionist elite will continue to dominate U.S. foreign policy.
The former secretary of defense’s memoir shows that good intentions won’t fix U.S. foreign policy.
The answer to military strain is not more troops but less war.
Imperial Grunts: The American Military on the Ground, Robert Kaplan, Random House, 375 pages
from The American Conservative