Post Archive

March 1, 2009

Over at his Foreign Policy blog, Stephen Walt has a mind-numbingly predictable take on the controversy surrounding the appointment of Charles "Chas" Freeman to head...

There was much tumult within the losing party after the election. What should should conservatives do? What direction should they take? All manner of high-brow...

A little bit of self-promotion for a change: my new book, Under a Mushroom Cloud: Europe, Iran and the Bomb is out in English. Many...

John Judis comments on a defense of the stimulus bill by the Chair of the Council of Economic Advisors, Christina Romer: She makes two important observations:...

Peace processors frequently rely on important-sounding adjectives to give their plans an unearned persuasiveness.  Take, for example, the article in the March/April issue of Foreign...

Eleanor Clift and I agree on virtually nothing, but she nearly gets this right: The many millions of liberals who gambled that a young, charismatic politician...

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was hoping to end his term in office with some sense of achievement. He launched a popular and efficient operation in...

A CPAC poll three years before the presidential election isn't predictive of anything. But regarding the current mood, it sure does undermine the "Republicans are...