Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “Anne Applebaum”

Yemen and the ‘Crisis of Western Values’

It is U.S. support for and involvement in other atrocious wars abroad, including and especially the war on Yemen, that cry out for denunciation as a betrayal of our values.

Posted September 7th, 2019

Why We Should Reject Trump’s Regime Change Policy for Iran

Here’s a radical notion: perhaps we should recognize that the future of Iran is not ours to plan or prepare.

Posted November 26th, 2018

The Interventionist’s Lament

Interventionists regret the decision not to kill people in another country that posed no threat to the U.S. or any of our allies.

Posted August 30th, 2016

‘Brexit’ and a Lesson in Coalition Politics

Different factions are going to end up on the same side of a debate for all sorts of reasons.

Posted June 27th, 2016

Britain and the Dishonest Charge of “Retreat”

“Retreat” is normally code for a foreign policy that is slightly less aggressive and meddlesome.

Posted March 8th, 2015

“Relaunching” NATO Isn’t Going to Happen

Anne Applebaum thinks Obama can “relaunch” NATO in his remaining two years: …

Posted August 25th, 2014

When In Doubt, Impose Sanctions

Anne Applebaum issues a call for economic warfare with Russia: At the …

Posted January 27th, 2014

“History” Never Left

Anne Applebaum repeats a familiar argument: We spent the 1990s enjoying the …

Posted December 27th, 2013

The Shutdown and U.S. “Credibility”

Anne Applebaum gets a bit carried away: The cost of shutting down …

Posted October 2nd, 2013

The U.S. Needs to Resist the Impulse to Take Sides in Foreign Conflicts

Anne Applebaum concludes her column today with some good advice: Two decades …

Posted September 5th, 2013