The Case for British Intervention

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Last week, British Prime Minister David Cameron went before parliament to request support for the UK joining airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria. There could well be a vote within…
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On Defense, Cameron is No Thatcher

I wish I could be happier about the outcome of the British elections. There is a naturally tendency, after all, for American conservatives to cheer for British Conservatives. Winston Churchill…
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Will Hostage Bring Cameron into the War?

Refusing to pay ransoms to terrorists has the virtue of being both morally laudable and strategically expedient. However, governments that refuse to negotiate with terrorists are generally obliged to take…
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Hashtag Diplomacy Jumps the Shark

The Obama administration’s “hashtag diplomacy” has been under criticism for some time, though condemnation of its participation in the campaign to rescue the girls kidnapped by Nigeria’s Islamist terror group…
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