We’re sorry to see the lively debate on Iraq between Max Boot and Victor Davis Hanson end today. You can follow the debate’s fascinating progress below:
COMMENTARY has been a major voice in the American debate over foreign policy for more than sixty years. The questions Max and Victor raise about Iraq are contemporary echoes of those that have engaged thinkers in this realm since the end of World War II. Here are a few classic examinations of America’s strategic and political role in the world from our archives to feed your intellectual appetite till Monday. Enjoy.
World War IV: How It Started, What It Means, and Why We Have to Win
The Struggle for Mastery in Asia
Aaron L. Friedberg
How to Cope with the Soviet Threat
Was Woodrow Wilson Right?
Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Vietnam: New Light on the Question of American Guilt