Justin Logan is the director of foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute and blogs for The Skeptics at The National Interest.
Too often, the Beltway conventional wisdom emerges without careful scrutiny, before the hard questions have been asked.
When it comes to foreign-policy pundtiry, putting our reputations where our mouths are would teach us a great deal.
There's little cause for optimism as a new round of nuclear talks begins.
Ambitious projections that Tokyo will provide for more of its own security are overly hasty—and perhaps wishful thinking.
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