Designated Driver Diplomacy

Tory leader David Cameron has outlined a striking new vision for the Anglo-American partnership—with Britain in the role of the "skeptical friend."

Issue: July-Aug 2007

IT HAS been rightly noted in literally hundreds of articles that the Iraq debacle has underscored not just the specific incompetence of the Bush Administration, but has revealed, more generally, the built-in failings of the neoconservative movement itself. Lost in neoconservatism's colossal crash is the fact that two other, far more successful European ways of working with America also withered in Iraq's aftermath, leaving the transatlantic relationship without a coherent modus operandi.

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