Eric S. Margolis

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More Allies, More War?

America’s commitments abroad are not making us safer.
Eric S. Margolis October 12, 2016

From Sarajevo to the Senkakus

Disputed islands may be the spark that ignites a Sino-Japanese conflagration.
Eric S. Margolis February 14, 2013

The Irrelevance of Susan Rice

The next secretary of state must restore non-militarized diplomacy--and the ambassador won't.
Eric S. Margolis December 4, 2012

Assange Is America’s Pussy Riot

Britain and the U.S. make fools of themselves over the WikiLeaks fugitive.
Eric S. Margolis August 20, 2012

Diplomacy by Drone

Our Predators are turning an ally into a victim--and perhaps an enemy.
Eric S. Margolis August 10, 2012

Why Afghans Are Turning on Their U.S. “Allies”

Oh Lord Shiva, protect us from the fang of the cobra, the claw of the tiger, and the vengeance…
Eric S. Margolis March 6, 2012

A Gentle Voice of Reason for America

NEW YORK — America has come back, at least politically, to where it was in the far-off 1950s when…
Eric S. Margolis January 10, 2012

The Dear Leader’s Death Creates Dangers and Hopes

The death last weekend of North Korea’s “Dear Leader” Kim Jong-il  presents many dangers, but also some hopes for…
Eric S. Margolis December 19, 2011