Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “Spain”

Our Allies Are Right Not to Trust the U.S. on Iran

When you see the administration paving the way for a new war, don’t be fooled when they claim that they aren’t seeking the thing they have been pursuing for months.

Posted May 15th, 2019

Who Attacked the North Korean Embassy in Spain?

If anyone connected with the U.S. government was involved, both Spain and North Korea will be understandably outraged.

Posted March 14th, 2019

It Is Time to End U.S. Involvement in the War on Yemen

When will the U.S. follow suit?

Posted September 4th, 2018

Romney’s Fantasy Version of American History

The more disturbing possibility is that Romney actually believes that his fantasy version of American history is true.

Posted March 30th, 2018

More Questions That Should Be Asked, But Won’t Be

Five questions the candidates should be asked.

Posted November 10th, 2015

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

Russia: superpower or proxy? Kevin Sullivan comments on Russia’s expanded military role …

Posted October 2nd, 2015

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

The CIA’s torture defenders. Philip Giraldi dismantles the claims of apologists for …

Posted September 25th, 2015

Western Public Opinion and NATO

Many NATO countries favor expanding the alliance, but aren’t committed to defending new members.

Posted June 10th, 2015

Scotland and Separatism in Europe

A Scottish ‘yes’ vote isn’t going to lead to a wave of political crises across Europe.

Posted September 18th, 2014

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

What Scottish independence would (and wouldn’t) mean. Angus Roxburgh reflects on what …

Posted September 12th, 2014

Fretting About Scottish Independence

George Robertson frets about the effects of possible Scottish independence: The ripple …

Posted January 6th, 2014

Clinging to Myths and Talking Points

Ross Douthat’s new column prompted the comments in Rod’s post this morning. …

Posted October 7th, 2012