Daniel Larison

Posts tagged “The Quincy Institute”

The Quincy Institute Is Already Winning

In another two months, U.S. forces will have been fighting in Afghanistan for 18 years straight, but we are still treated to patronizing and dismissive rhetoric that the U.S. isn’t really at war.

Posted September 3rd, 2019

Misunderstanding the ‘Restraint Coalition’

The differences Brands identifies may apply to generic Democrats and Republicans, but they don’t describe us very well at all.

Posted August 6th, 2019

The Quincy Institute: Cherishing Peace, Abhorring War

If we want to have a less militarized and more peaceful foreign policy, we must have true abhorrence for war.

Posted July 29th, 2019

Misrepresenting and Misunderstanding Restraint

Sanders, Warren, and the Quincy Institute are all proposing a necessary, overdue correction to the outrageous and destructive imbalance in our foreign policy.

Posted July 25th, 2019

The Clash of Exceptionalisms

There is another, much older kind of American exceptionalism–the kind that John Quincy Adams might have recognized–that extols the U.S. as an example of liberty to the world.

Posted July 9th, 2019

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

A new think tank that wants to end the forever war. Stephen …

Posted July 5th, 2019

Setting Aside the Imperial Diadem

There is a great hunger among Americans across the spectrum for a foreign policy that is both responsible and humane, just and wise, peaceful and prudent.

Posted July 2nd, 2019

A Think Tank Dedicated to Peace and Restraint

The creation of a think tank dedicated to “an approach to the world based on diplomacy and restraint rather than threats, sanctions, and bombing” is very welcome news.

Posted June 30th, 2019