From Burke to Reagan, drawing principles from history.
Washington should confront its adversaries, not engage them.
"We could thus lose on two fronts. The Iranians get a green light to pursue their nuclear program while at the same time enjoying U.S. approval for their rising preeminence inside Iraq and the region."
The Obama administration seems to conflate the two in its policy toward Cairo.
Can war be humane?
Obama's recent UN speech encapsualted his "peace-is-hard-work" approach. But it did not demonstrate the type of leadership Americans want to see.
Kim Holmes has joined the Giuliani campaign as a foreign policy advisor. Read samplings of his writing in The National Interest here.
Bush will never run for office again. He should concentrate on applying his doctrine, not on defending his decisions.
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