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A Crucial Question for Reformicons

All things being equal, I should be fan of Yuval Levin. I haven’t read his Burke- Paine book, but…
Scott McConnell July 8, 2014

Mitt Romney Was Wrong All Along

Further evidence that the Republican Party still ought not to be trusted with guiding U.S. foreign policy comes courtesy…
James Carden July 7, 2014

Gangs Bust the False Dichotomies of the Child Migration Crisis

The ongoing Central American child migrant crisis gained the national spotlight last week when the president asked Congress for emergency funds to stem…
Catherine Addington July 7, 2014

Congress Can Stop Obama’s Ramp Up to War

Barack Obama has asked Congress for $500 million to train and arm rebels of the Free Syrian Army who…
Patrick Buchanan July 1, 2014

The Chinese Embassy’s Embarrassing New Address

Chinese dissident and human rights activist Liu Xiaobo has a habit of making headlines from prison. The political reformer…
Catherine Addington June 30, 2014

New Internationalism: Reax

Last week we convened some of the most significant thinkers in the country from across the political spectrum at…
Maisie Allison June 27, 2014

Make Obama Go to Congress for More War in Iraq

Intervening against ISIS without permission would be a costly and unconstitutional mistake.
Patrick Buchanan June 24, 2014

Bombs Can’t Save Iraq

The panic that engulfed this capital after the fall of Mosul, when it appeared that the Islamist fanatics of…
Patrick Buchanan June 20, 2014

“Moral Clarity” on Iraq

A critical moment of the TAC-sponsored New Internationalism conference occurred when Daniel Drezner said that a key debate in…
Scott McConnell June 19, 2014

ISIS Poses No Existential Threat to America

As the Islamic warriors of ISIS rolled down the road from Mosul, John McCain was an echo of French…
Patrick Buchanan June 17, 2014