David B. Rivkin, Jr.
Family Feud: The Law in War and Peace
American law treats terrorism like an act of war, not a crime. The fact that Europeans don’t doesn’t make their way better.
The International Committee of the Red Cross strains at the gnat of American unilateralism and swallows the camel of terrorist atrocities. Stop applauding.
Averting an Iraq Syndrome
As "senior" members of the foreign policy establishment, Abramowitz's and General Odom's calls for withdrawal from Iraq deserve consideration. But they they are unconvincing, Rivkin writes.
Leashing the Dogs of War
With regard to the laws of war, the United States and Europe now operate under completely different legal codes.