The Myth of a Moderate Obama
The president is no pragmatic centrist. In fact, he has the most expansive and leftist vision in the history of the presidency.
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There are growing signs of a divergence in American-Israeli relations and interests.
The German thinker's name has been attached to a wide range of modern ideas—poststructuralism, postmodernism, gender studies, etc.—yet he was more a man of his day than of ours.
U.S. policy makers have all too often clung to orthodoxies even as they fail. Yet a select few have managed to turn the ship of state around, to a better course.
American NGOs that push for democratic change abroad are facing growing resistance.
Netanyahu may insist his state is "not neo-colonial," but Vladimir Jabotinsky, his ideological ancestor, saw things differently.
The intelligence failures of Iraq seriously constrained policy makers in other areas.