James Joyner is managing editor of the Atlantic Council.
Daniel W. Drezner and Megan McArdle respond to David Frum’s take on the blogosphere. James Joyner and James G. Poulos look at whether NATO insiders have their predictions of the alliance’s demise right.
Who should we trust to decide what's secret?
The Atlantic alliance said it wouldn't go into Libya, but did. On Syria, the same promises are more credible.
Why the scholar's thought continues to have an enormous impact.
Atrocity prevention isn't consistently practiced because it isn't consistently practical.
Gun violence may kill more people, but terrorism still merits the more aggressive response.
Stay informed on our latest news!
Follow The National Interest