Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “Dan de Luce”

Pompeo Faces a Difficult Confirmation Battle

The Foreign Relations Committee should make Pompeo’s confirmation as difficult as it can.

Posted April 4th, 2018

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Trump’s military budget is a bonanza for hawks. Christopher Preble considers the …

Posted February 23rd, 2018

The Saudi Blockade Keeps Killing Yemenis with Starvation and Disease

The longer that the Saudis and their allies keep strangling the country, the worse these conditions will get.

Posted December 4th, 2017

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

The odds against antiwar warriors. Andrew Bacevich reviews Michael Kazin’s War Against …

Posted March 31st, 2017

The Appalling Idea of Increasing U.S. Support for the War on Yemen

It would be deranged to commit the U.S. to an even larger role in enabling this disaster.

Posted March 26th, 2017

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

U.S.-Iranian relations could spiral out of control. Daniel DePetris considers how an …

Posted January 27th, 2017

Trump vs. Foreign Policy Restraint (II)

The gap between what advocates of restraint want to see in U.S. foreign policy and what Trump is doing is very wide and seems likely to keep getting wider.

Posted January 27th, 2017

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Trump and Israel. Kelley Vlahos reports on the uncertainty created by Trump’s …

Posted January 20th, 2017

Threat Inflation and Flynn’s ‘World War’

If Flynn gets his way, the U.S. will certainly be at war for many more years to come.

Posted November 21st, 2016

The ‘Credibility’ Myth That Never Dies

The “credibility” myth is one of the more pernicious and pervasive ideas in our foreign policy debates.

Posted November 8th, 2016

2016 and the Politics of the Nuclear Deal

The nuclear deal wasn’t going to be an issue that determined many votes.

Posted October 25th, 2016

Flynn’s Warped Worldview and Russia

It appears that Flynn is now on board with viewing Russia as nothing but a menace.

Posted July 13th, 2016

The Unending War on ISIS

The war began as a “limited” and defensive action, but quickly morphed into an aggressive, open-ended, multi-year commitment that was never debated.

Posted August 27th, 2015