The world's a complex place. It's time to reconsider covert action as an instrument of American statecraft.
"Republicans will have to look back to the days of conservative foreign policy before the onset of the George W. Bush administration. There they will find a rich history of defending the American national interest..."
A plan of action if the worst-case scenario in Eastern Europe unfolds.
Jerusalem views America as quixotic at best, absent at worst as the foundations of its security erode.
The rose-colored worldview of the Obama administration and many at the top of the military sorely needs the hardboiled realist's balance.
The administration thinks we've ignored Asia and paid too much attention to the Middle East. China doesn't see it that way.
Popular uprisings, social transformations and American interventions have hurt the region's second-largest religion.
If you want to improve America's intelligence, don't read the 9/11 report. Read Buchan's Greenmantle or Kipling's Kim. We need agents of daring and skill, not better bureaucrats.
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