The Week’s Most Interesting Reads
Gove in, Johnson out. The Telegraph reports on the state of the Conservative leadership race.
He who wields the knife never wears the crown. Philip Johnston comments on Boris Johnson’s political collapse.
The Benghazi report misses the real scandal in Libya. Ted Galen Carpenter reminds us that the Libyan war and its aftermath are the real scandal that Congress should be investigating.
5 attitude adjustments our foreign policy leaders need to make. Daniel Davis urges policymakers to scrap some of their worst recurring habits.
Don’t blame “Brexit” on U.S. policy in Syria. Michael Cohen chides hawkish critics of the administration that have tried to spin the outcome of the EU referendum as a consequence of American policy in Syria.